Professor Henslee is founding faculty member. He came to the College of Law from Pepperdine University, where he taught for 12 years. Winner of the Clark Award for Creative Writing, Professor Henslee is the author or editor of seven books. He teaches a range of courses, including copyright, trademarks and unfair competition, sports and entertainment law. Professor Henslee holds a M.F.A. in film from U.C.L.A., a J.D. from Pepperdine University School of Law, and a B.A. in English from the University of Hawaii.
By appointment only
Courses taught by Professor Henslee:
- Entertainment Law
- Torts II
- Moot Court
- Marybeth Peters Is Almost Right: An Alternative to Her Proposals to Reform The Compulsory License Scheme for Music, 48 Washburn Law Journal 103 (2008).
- How to Survive the First Year of Law School, American Bar Association. 3rd Ed., July 2007.
- Non-legal Careers for Lawyers, 5th Ed., ABA Press May 2006.
- Santa is Real, KRS Productions (2005).
- Other Niche Practices, chapter in a multi-author book Flying Solo, 3d., ABA Association, July 2005.
- Entertainment Law, Cases and Materials on Film, Television, and Music, West, June 2004.
- Theater Law, Cases and Materials, chapter author of multi-authored casebook, Carolina Academic Press in June 2004.
- What Else Can You Do With a Law Degree?, Student Lawyer Magazine, May 2003.
- Non-legal Careers for Lawyers, 4th Ed., ABA Press November 2002.
- Follow the Money, Electronic Musician, November 2001.