B.A., 1970, University of California, Santa Cruz
Masters of Social Work (administration), 1974, University of California, Berkeley
J.D., 1981, Southern Methodist University
Following graduation Professor Armour was a law clerk for Judge Barefoot Sanders, Federal District Judge, Northern District of Texas. Professor Armour has been a partner in the litigation section of the Dallas law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld and served as a member of the adjunct faculty of SMU School of Law for the spring semester 1988, teaching Texas Trial and Appellate Procedure. Professor Armour currently teaches in the Civil Clinic at the law school.
EPILOGUE: THEORY IN THE BASEMENT, 51 SMU Law Review 1555 -(1998) (Reprinted in Czpanskiy Bibliography of books and articles relating to Clinical Legal Education and Poverty Law: http://www.law.ab.umdedu/clinic/clinedu).
RETHINKING JUDICIAL DISCRETION: SANCTIONS AND THE CONUNDRUM OF THE CLOSE CASE, 50 SMU Law Review 493 -(1997).
"The Plaintiff’s Challenge in Grutter," presented at the Higher Education Symposium jointly sponsored by the U.S. Dept. Of Labor Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs and the SMU Office of Affirmative Action.
"The Potential Role of Clinics in Brownfields Redevelopment," at the Emerging Role of the Operating Nonprofit in Brownfields Redevelopment, jointly sponsored by the Dedman School of Law and the National Center for Sustainable Development, May 2003.