Professor Mansfield teaches at The University of Tulsa, where her current course load is Oil and Gas, Property, Public Lands, and Energy Policy: The REEL World. The last class is a survey course of resource, energy, and environmental law. Her B.A. is from Yale, summa cum laude, and her J.D. with honors is from the University of Wyoming.

 Before entering academia, Professor Mansfield was an attorney for the Department of Interior, based in the Rocky Mountain Regional Solicitor's office.

 Professor Mansfield is best known to practitioners as the Editor of the Year in Review for the American Bar Association's Section on Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law and as the author-editor of the Mineral Law Newsletter of the Oklahoma Bar Association. Her other writings include two lengthy chapters for the multi-volume Thompson on Real Property, Revised Edition, namely, the chapters on "Mines and Minerals" and "Petroleum and Pipelines."

Representative law review articles include: When "Private" Rights Meet "Public" Rights: Problems of Labelling and Regulatory Takings, 65 U.Colo. L.Rev. 193 (1994); A Primer of Public Land Law, 68 Wash. L. Rev. 799 (1993); On the Cusp of Property Rights: Lessons from Public Land Law, 18 Ecol. L.Q. 43 (1991) (Berkeley, Boalt Hall); and Through the Forest of the Onshore Oil and Gas Leasing Controversy Toward a Paradigm of NEPA Compliance, 24 Land & Water L.Rev. 85 (1989).

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