Professor Allison earned his J.D. in 1972 from The University of Tulsa and his LL.M.
in 1976 in the area of economic regulation from Columbia University. He teaches
constitutional law, water law, and regulated industries. Professor Allison is a fellow of
the Sustainable Energy & Resources Law Program of the College of Law. His scholarship
includes a casebook on regulated industries and numerous articles on constitional law and
energy policy. As special counsel to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, he helped
organize and write a study of issues the OCC encountered in deciding whether to adopt
various public utility standards proposed in the landmark Public Utilities Policies Act
of 1978. Professor Allison has been lead counsel on five State Supreme Court challenges
to initiative petitions concerning state government reorganization, abortion rights,
education reform, and congressional term limits. He has been a Democratic nominee for
Congress. 

Books

Western Water Law (1982)
 
Economic Regulation: Energy, Transportation and Utilities (with Richard J. Pierce and Patrick H. Martin) (1980)
 

Contributions to Books

Survey of Oklahoma Water Law, Articles, Chapters in Books and other contributions to scholarly works (1994)
 
Survey of Oklahoma Water Law, , Articles, Chapters in Books and other contributions to scholarly works (1991)
 
Overview: Utility Competition-The Work of Hands, Visible and Invisible, , Articles, Chapters in Books and other contributions to scholarly works (1988)
 

Articles

PDF

Oklahoma Water Rights: What Good Are They?, Articles, Chapters in Books and other contributions to scholarly works (2012)
 

Link

The Effects of State Laws and Regulations on the Development of Renewable Sources of Electric Energy (with John L. Williams), Articles, Chapters in Books and other contributions to scholarly works (2010)