Lynk panelist at NYU Judicial Recusal Symposium

 Myles Lynk Professor Myles Lynk, the Peter Kiewit Foundation Professor of Law and the Legal Profession, was a recent panelist at New York University Law’s symposium on judicial recusal. The ... Read more...

Gammage Writing Book on Developing Sustainable Cities

Grady Gammage Jr., a senior research fellow at Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute, is currently writing a book on sustainable American cities tentatively titled, “Sustaining a Suburban City: Learning from Phoenix.” A native Phoenician, Gammage has spent 40 years ... Read more...

Chodorow Q&A with Roll Call

 Adam Chodorow Tax Professor Adam Chodorow recently sat down for a Q&A with Roll Call, to discuss a piece he wrote in Slate. Chodorow's article was on the "most pressing" problem he sees facing ... Read more...

Ferguson-Bohnee Speaks at Hawaiian Governance Symposium

Professor Patty Ferguson-Bohnee spoke at the Educational Governance Symposium about self-governance initiatives to rebuild the Hawaiian nation. The symposium, held in Honolulu on Nov. 1, was the final event of the Kāmau a Ea series, which serves as a venue for addressing the concerns of the ... Read more...

Ferguson-Bohnee Speaks on Native American Religious Rights

Professor Patty Ferguson-Bohnee was a panelist at two recent events in Washington, D.C. “Religious Freedoms of Native Americans Following the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby Decision” addressed Native American religious practices. The event took place on Nov. 13 and was sponsored by the ... Read more...

Marchant Presents at Society for Risk Analysis

Professor Gary Marchant served as a presenter at the annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis in Denver on Dec. 8- 9. His first presentation, “Nanotechnology: From Harmful to Helpful?” addressed the many benefits to health and the environment associated with ... Read more...

Bodansky Authors Climate Change Agreement Article

Dan Bodansky, Foundation Professor of Law and Faculty Member in the Program on Law and Sustainability, has recently published an article titled “Alternative Models for the 2015 Climate Change Agreement” in Environmental Liability - Law, Policy and Practice. The article reflects the ... Read more...

Bodansky Participates in UN Lima Climate Talks

 Dan Bodansky Dan Bodansky, Faculty Co-director of the Center of Law and Global Affairs and Foundation Professor of Law, was one of three ASU faculty members to participate in the COP20 UN climate ... Read more...

Kader mentors visiting scholar from Kazakhstan

 David Kader Professor David Kader is mentoring visiting scholar Aidos Amirgaliyev, who is spending two months conducting research at ASU on criminal procedure for his dissertation. Amirgaliyev is ... Read more...

Furnish teaches course in Mexico

 Dale Furnish Professor Emeritus of Law Dale Furnish taught a short course at the recent annual meeting of the Academia Mexicana de Derecho Internacional Privado y Comparado (Mexican Academy of ... Read more...

Ellman presents paper at the Conference on Empirical Legal Studies

 Ira Ellman On Friday, November 7, Professor Ira Ellman presented his paper, “Child Support and the Custodial Mother’s Move or Remarriage,” at the ... Read more...

Furnish authors new publication

   Dale Furnish Professor Dale Furnish has a chapter in the Anuario Español de Derecho Internacional Privado, volume XIII at pp. 563-585 (2014), published at the Universidad ... Read more...

Hodge co-authors article on Ebola and legal preparedness

James G. Hodge Jr. Professor James G. Hodge Jr. recently co-authored an article "Law, Medicine, and Public Health Preparedness: The Case of Ebola," which was published on the Public Health Reports ... Read more...

Larson receives award from American Agricultural Law Association

 Rhett Larson Professor Rhett Larson, was recently awarded the American Agricultural Law Association’s Professional Scholarship Award for his paper, “Reconciling Energy and Food ... Read more...

Marchant publishes article on synthetic biology

Gary Marchant Professor Gary Marchant co-authored an article on regulatory measures for synthetic biology. “The Living Regulatory Challenges of Synthetic Biology” was published in the Iowa ... Read more...

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