Professor Maute teaches basic and advanced courses in professional responsibility
and the law of lawyering, gender-based discrimination and feminist jurisprudence. She is
the founder and, between 2004 and 2010, the director of the University of Oklahoma’s law
student pro bono program, Students for Access to Justice (SATJ).
Professor Maute writes and lectures extensively, with special focus on legal ethics,
legal history, contracts, and dispute resolution. She has authored over twenty
publications, with recent works in the law reviews at Fordham, Tulane, Northwestern,
Georgetown and Utah. Her recent ethics scholarship concentrates on the evolution of
lawyers' pro bono responsibilities, system design for the delivery of legal services
to under-served communities, and selection of state court judges.
Active in national academic and professional organizations, Maute has chaired the Section
on Professional Responsibility and the Section on Women in Legal Education of the
Association of American Law Schools (AALS), has served on the Multi-State Professional
Responsibility Test-Drafting Committee, and on law school accreditation site inspection
teams for the AALS and the American Bar Association. On a local level, Maute serves on
the Oklahoma Bar Association Rules of Professional Conduct Committee, the Access to
Justice Committee, and the Standing Committee on Women in Law.
Works in Progress
Books and Major Creative Works
Contributions to Books
Continuing Legal Education Materials
Presentations (National and International)
Professional Service Activities