ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Records State’s Highest Bar Exam Passage Rate

The No. 1 bar exam passage rate among Arizona law schools once again belongs to ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law.  Results of the July Arizona bar exam show ASU Law graduates with an 89.1 percent passage rate. The state's overall bar exam passage rate was 74.6 ... Read more...

Karin discusses new employment law in article

 Marcy Karin The law related to breastfeeding at work was featured in an article co-authored by Professors Marcy Karin and Robin Runge. The article, “Breastfeeding and A New Type of Employment ... Read more...

Marchant Moderates Molecular Diagnostics Workshop

Gary Marchant Professor Gary Marchant, Faculty Director of the Center for Law, Science & Innovation, moderated a roundtable discussion among leading government, industry, and academic experts to explore ... Read more...

LSI Hosts 2014 Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies

Renowned scholars in the fields of law, science, and technology took part in the Second Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies, hosted by the College of Law’s Center for Law, Science & Innovation. ASU Professor Timothy Takahashi of the Aerospace Engineering School ... Read more...

Professor Rule Meets with Phoenix Officials Regarding Drone Use

 Troy Rule Professor Troy Rule recently met with Phoenix officials to discuss the legal implications of the city using drones. A debate focusing on a drone ordinance in Phoenix is projected to take ... Read more...

Marchant Authors New Article on Government Imposed Technology Mandates

Gary Marchant Professor Gary Marchant, Faculty Director of the Center for Law, Science & Innovation recently published an article in the UCLA Law Review titled “Complexity and Anticipatory ... Read more...

LSI Presents Third Annual eDiscovery Conference

The Hon. Shira Scheindlin, U.S. District Judge, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, and the Hon. John Facciola, U.S. Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, were featured speakers at the Third Annual ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery and Digital Evidence ... Read more...

Alumni Association honors Justice Berch with Homecoming award

   Justice Rebecca Berch, '79 The ASU Alumni Association will honor Sun Devil alumni leadership at halftime during the upcoming Nov. 1 Homecoming game, which will pit ASU against the University of ... Read more...

Kittrie Receives $240,000 Defense Department Contract for Study on Lawfare

 Orde F. Kitrrie Professor Orde F. Kittrie recently received a $240,000 contract from the U.S. Department of Defense. Kittrie is the sole principal investigator for the contract, which is ... Read more...

Indian Legal Program alum, Robert Rosette, earns honor from National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development

   Robert Rossette Robert Rosette, a 1996 graduate of the College of Law and founder of Rosette, LLP was recently selected to receive the First American Entrepreneurship Award from the National ... Read more...

Hodge's work cited in the New York Times

Professor James G. Hodge Jr.'s work was recently cited in an article in the New York Times titled "Is the U.S. Prepared for an Ebola Outbreak?" The article examines the varied steps in the progression of the Ebola case in Dallas, Texas. Click here to read the full article. Hodge is a leading ... Read more...

Clint Williamson, former US Ambassador for War Crimes Issues, joins ASU Law

   Clint Williamson Clint Williamson, who most recently served as a special prosecutor for the European Union, will be a Professor of Practice at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ... Read more...

Hodge quoted by NBC News

Professor James G. Hodge Jr. was recently quoted in an article on online at NBC News titled "Dallas Ebloa Family Joins Long History of Quarantines." The article examines the forced quarantine of the Dallas family linked to America's first diagnosed Ebola victim. "These folks are not being ... Read more...

ASU law students win first place in writing contest

Two ASU Law students were awarded a $5,000 cash prize and publication in the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Law Journal (ACTEC) after taking first place in the Mary Moers Wenig 2014 Student Writing Competition. Abbie Farmer and Cory Tyszka co-authored the paper, “Virtual ... Read more...

Rule quoted in New York Magazine

Professor Troy Rule was recently quoted in a New York Magazine article titled, "Drones and Everything After." The article explores the different kinds of drones being manufactured and the legal ramifications of the new technology. The airspace above 500 feet is reserved for planes and other ... Read more...

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