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David Warner

Professor of Law Emeritus

Professor Warner joined the faculty in 1972 and retired in 1999. Prior to joining the faculty, he was a Law Clerk to Justice Mauriece E. Rawlings of the Iowa Supreme Court and practiced with Shull, Marshall, Marks and Vizintoes in Sioux City, Iowa, and with Hughes, Thorsness, Lowe, Gantz and Clark in Anchorage, Alaska.

During his time at ONU, Dr. Warner put considerable effort into researching and developing programs that implemented computers as teaching tools. He served as the academic computer users' advisory group and assisted other faculty in areas concerning computers.

While at ONU, Professor Warner served as Chair of University Counsel for two years and as such was a special trustee of the university. He also held the Fisher Chair in Law for two years. Professor Warner was awarded the Teaching Excellence Award in 1994.

Professor Warner was named Professor Emeritus in 2001.


LL.M., University of Chicago
J.D., University of Nebraska
A.B., George Washington University

Teaching Interests: 

Administrative Law
Law and Computers
Consumer Protection