AP Quotes Dean Sylvester On Grand Canyon Trademark Issue

A longtime Grand Canyon concessionaire has applied to trademark the names of some of the most iconic lodges in the area. Dean Sylvester told the Associated Press that while the concessionaire has a good case for winning approval for the federal trademarks, he suggested the Park Service oppose ... Read more...

Grey Quoted in New Republic on PTSD and the Death Penalty

Professor Betsy Grey's work on post-traumatic stress disorder and sentencing mitigation was cited in a New Republic article that looks at whether military veterans with PTSD belong on death row. Read more...

Larson Quoted in Article About New Kyl Center for Water Policy

Professor Rhett Larson, was recently quoted in an article published by Cronkite News, titled "Named for former senator, new ASU center studies state's most precious resource." The article discusses the creation of the Kyl Center for Water policy, part of the ASU Morrison Institute for Public ... Read more...

Hodge Quoted on Measles Outbreak

Professor James G. Hodge Jr., recently was quoted in a San Diego Tribune article titled "Measles outbreak fuels exemption debate." The article examines the ongoing measles outbreak that started at Disneyland, and includes at least 41 confirmed cases. The outbreak is increasing public attention ... Read more...

Environmental Law Prof Blog Highlights New ASU conference on Sustainability

The Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, is planning a new annual law professor conference focused on sustainability related law. The conference is scheduled for May 8, 2015. Click here to read more about it. Read more...

Clinton quoted in ABA Journal

Foundation Professor of Law Robert N. Clinton was quoted in an article for the January 2015 issue of the ABA Journal titled “100 Years of Law.”  The article addressed the use of eagle feathers for religious ceremonies, restrictions placed by the government according to the ... Read more...

ASU Law Alum Ed Pastor Receives University Medal of Excellence

United States Representative Ed Pastor, a 1974 graduate of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at ASU, recently received the University Medal of Excellence, considered one of Arizona State University’s most prestigious honors. “Arizona State University is proud to present Rep. ... Read more...

Dean Sylvester discusses career in legal academia

Dean Douglas Sylvester's career was highlighted in an interview with the law school search site, LAWDRAGON Campus. In the interview Sylvester discusses his career path and how it lead him to a his current position as the Dean of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State ... Read more...

Bodansky: Legally Binding Climate Pacts Would Sideline U.S.

 Dan Bodansky ASU's Dan Bodansky, Faculty Co-director of the Center of Law and Global Affairs and Foundation Professor of Law, was recently quoted in an article by Climate Central. The article titled ... Read more...

Rule interviewed by CBS radio

Professor Troy Rule was recently interviewed by the CBS local radio station in Minneapolis, Minnesota, WCCO. Rule spoke about drone regulations in the interview. Click here to listen to the broadcast. Read more...

LA Times publishes Rule's op-ed on drone regulations

An editorial written by Professor Troy Rule was recently published in the Los Angeles Times. The article was titled "FAA should curb its regulatory authority over commercial drone use." In the article Rule suggests that although several state legislatures have already enacted drone-related ... Read more...

Rule cited in Forbes Magazine article

Professor Troy Rule's recent article on drones was referenced in a Forbes Magazine online article titled "The Federal Government Things Your Backyard is National Airspace and Toys are Subject to FAA Regulations." The article's author Gregory S. McNeal referred to Rule's article as the "seminal ... Read more...

ASU Law Alum Sahith Aula publishes article in Forbes

Sahith Aula (JD '12) recently published an article in Forbes titled "The Problem With the English Language in India." The article discusses how English has become the language of the elite and of governance in India, while only about 30 percent of India's entire population can speak ... Read more...

Hodge quoted on Ebola and military quarantines

Professor James G. Hodge Jr. was quoted in an article on PBS' NewsHour titled "Soldiers and civilans face different Ebola protocols." The article examines the Pentagon's Ebola security measures for U.S. military returning from an Ebola response mission in West Africa. Returning ... Read more...

Hodge interviewed on NPR

Professor James G. Hodge Jr. was a recent guest on NPR's show All Things Considered.  Hodge discussed whether state and local governments have the legal authority to impose mandatory quarantines. Legally, Hodge said public health powers across all states have the authority to ... Read more...

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