Karin quoted in the Arizona Republic

 Marcy Karin Clinical Professor Marcy Karin was quoted in a July 9 article in the Arizona Republic, “Why Arizona isn't a good place for working parents,” by reporter Ryan Van ... Read more...

ASU law grad wins human-rights award

Daniel Rodriguez, a May graduate of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at ASU, is being honored for his advocacy in helping undocumented youths receive higher education.  Rodriguez will receive the George I. Sanchez Memorial Award from the National Education Association, during their ... Read more...

Steve Young urges graduates to overcome challenges, follow their quests

NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young, addressed the 2014 graduates of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University on May 13. The ceremony took place at Gammage Auditorium on ASU’s Tempe Campus. ... Read more...

Timothy Forsman receives John S. Armstrong Award

Timothy Nathaniel Forsman, along with classmate Vail Choji Cloar, was awarded the John S. Armstrong Award, the College of Law's top honor.   This award was established by the Armstrong family to honor the Arizona legislator ... Read more...

Vail Cloar honored as John S. Armstrong award recipient

  Vail Choji Cloar, along with classmate Timothy Nathaniel Forsman, was awarded the John S. Armstrong Award, the College of Law's top honor. This award was established by the Armstrong family to honor the Arizona legislator who ... Read more...

Sadie Short named this year’s Carey/Armstrong Prize for Achievement in Public Service recipient

Sadie Elizabeth Short was awarded the Class of 2014’s Carey/Armstrong Prize for Achievement in Public Service. The award recognizes the student with the greatest contribution to public service during his or her law ... Read more...

Mitesh Patel wins 2014 Strouse Prize for contributions to the Center for Law, Science & Innovation

Mitesh V. Patel was honored as the 2014 recipient of the Strouse Prize at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU. The Strouse Prize was created in memory of Daniel Strouse, a beloved faculty member at the College of Law whose ... Read more...

Jennine Ihde awarded Mary M. Schroeder Public Interest Prize

Jennine Marie Ihde was awarded this year’s Mary M. Schroeder Public Interest Prize. This endowed award was established by the College of Law on the occasion of the Honorable Mary M. Schroeder stepping down as Chief Judge of the ... Read more...

Weinstein debates hate speech regulations

 James Weinstein On May 13, Professor James Weinstein of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law debated New York University Law Professor and Oxford Political Theory Professor Jeremy Waldron at Durham University in England, at an event ... Read more...

Kader speaks on religion clauses of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

 David Kader Professor David Kader spoke to the Alumni Seminar of the Monsignor Ed Ryle Fund on May 22. The seminar is a day long program for faith leaders from around the state of Arizona. Approximately 15 priests, pastors, rabbis and imams gathered to discuss issues of public ... Read more...

Dahlstedt speaks at Annual Conference on Clinical Legal Education

 Jamie Dahlstedt Associate Clinical Professor Jaime Dahlstedt recently represented the College of Law at the Annual Conference on Clinical Legal Education in Chicago, Illinois. The annual conference is organized by the Association of American Law Schools, and is meant to provide ... Read more...

Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch wins the James A. Walsh Outstanding Jurist Award

Rebecca White Berch Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Alumna, Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch (’79), was selected by the State Bar of Arizona to receive this year’s James A. Walsh ... Read more...

Garreau speaks on role of technology in policymaking, society

 Joel Garreau Joel Garreau, ASU Lincoln Professor of Law, Culture and Values, recently spoke as a panelist at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, D.C. The panel titled "Technology, ... Read more...

ASU Law School To Offer ‘Pay What You Want’ Continuing Legal Education Courses

The Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University is offering recorded, online CLE seminars for whatever price the user wants to pay. The “pay what you want” format will stay in effect from May 23, 2014 to June 30, 2014. 

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ASU professor elected to the American Philosophical Society

  Robert James Miller, a professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, has been elected a member of the American Philosophical Society (APS), the oldest learned society in the United ... Read more...

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