Bodansky participates in climate change dialogue in Bonn

 Dan Bodansky Dan Bodansky, Faculty Co-director of the Center Law and Global Affairs and Lincoln Professor of Law, Ethics, and Sustainability, took part in a dialogue on the 2015 Paris climate change ... Read more...

Miller speaks at universities in British Columbia, New York, and California

 Robert Miller Professor Robert J. Miller, a faculty member of the Indian Legal Program, was the President's Dream Colloquium speaker on April 4 at Simon Fraser University in British ... Read more...

Ellman gives presentation in London

 Ira Ellman Ira Ellman, Merriam Distinguished Professor of Law, recently gave a presentation in London at a seminar sponsored by the Economic and Social Research Council of the U.K., part of a series on ... Read more...

Bodansky presents on climate change in London and Paris

 Dan Bodansky Dan Bodansky, Faculty Co-director of the Center for Law and Global Affairs and Lincoln Professor of Law, Ethics, and Sustainability, gave two presentations in Europe on climate change in ... Read more...

Clinton speaks at UCLA School of Law conference

 Robert N. Clinton Robert N. Clinton, Foundation Professor of Law, spoke at the UCLA School of Law for a conference on tribal governance.  The conference, “A Roadmap for Making Native ... Read more...

Abbott invited to give presentation in Amsterdam

Kenneth Abbott, Jack E. Brown Professor of Law, was recently invited to give a presentation for the EU Commission and the EU Medicines Agency in Amsterdam in December. Read more...

Harvard’s Kennedy School publishes Kittrie article

Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government published an article, titled "Iran Plays Games with the Geneva Deal," co-authored by ASU law professor Orde Kittrie and Olli Heinonen, former Deputy Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency. The article assesses Iranian implementation of the Joint Plan of Action agreed to in Geneva on Nov. 24, 2013 between Iran and the United States, China, France, Germany, Russia, and the UK. 

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Kittrie book recommendations become U.S. law

A set of recommendations by Professor Orde Kittrie of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University were signed into law on Dec. 26 by President Obama as Section 1304 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2014. The section is titled, “Strategy to Modernize Cooperative Threat Reduction and Prevent the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials in the Middle East and North Africa Region.”

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Hinshaw gives keynote at North Carolina law conference

Professor Art Hinshaw, Clinical Professor of Law and Director of Lodestar Mediation Clinic, gave a keynote address at the Annual North Carolina Bar Association Professionalism Conference on Dec. 13. Read more...

Miller speaks at three Native American law conferences in November

Professor Robert J. Miller, a faculty member of the Indian Legal Program, recently spoke at three American Indian economic development conferences in November. Read more...

Barraza speaks at an American College of Surgeons event

Leila Barraza, deputy director for the Network for Public Health Law - Western Region, recently spoke at an American College of Surgeons conference in Phoenix. Read more...

Abbott speaks at a conference at Yale

Professor Kenneth Abbott, co-director of the College of Law’s Center for Law and Global Affairs, spoke at a conference at Yale University on Nov. 1. Read more...

Bender writes paper on Federal Trade Commission case

Professor Paul Bender recently wrote a white paper questioning parallel legislative efforts in the U.S. Senate regarding the Federal Trade Commission. Read more...

Rose chairs panel at Miami legal conference

Professor Jonathan Rose, a Willard H. Pedrick Distinguished Research Scholar at the College of Law, recently chaired a panel on Latin American Legal History at the Annual Conference of the American Society for Legal History in Miami. Read more...

Rose publishes legal history essay

Professor Jonathan Rose, a Willard H. Pedrick Distinguished Research Scholar at the College of Law, recently published an essay in The American Journal of Legal History. Read more...

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