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Fox and Rothenberg win Good Neighbor Award

Posted on 05/02/2013
Emoline Fox, a coordinator for the Center for Law and Global Affairs, and Daniel Rothenberg, a former professor of practice at the College of Law, along with Arizona State University, recently were chosen to receive the American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter's Good Neighbor Award.

A note from the President of the Alumni Association

Posted on 05/01/2013
On behalf of the Alumni Association, I am so excited to extend congratulations to the Class of 2013 and welcome you into the Alumni Association. We all extend our congratulations on this accomplishment, and wish all of you taking the bar examination this summer the best of luck.

Professor Joseph M. Feller, August 9, 1953 - April 8, 2013

Posted on 05/01/2013
Joseph M. Feller, passionate professor, brilliant attorney, dedicated environmentalist and beloved friend, died at the age of 59 on Monday, April 8, 2013, following a car accident. Joe is survived by his mother, Gilda, three brothers and other family members, many inspired students, and a community of lawyers and colleagues who were touched by his passion and commitment.

Delgado to receive law school’s top honor

Posted on 05/01/2013
Jose Delgado, nicknamed “Robo” by many of his classmates for his robotic adherence to schedule, organization and hard work, will graduate first in his class from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, with a 4.06 grade point average.

A note from the Dean

Posted on 04/24/2013
We here at ASU Law never stop being amazed at the successes of our alums, students, and faculty. In this edition of the newsletter you can read about just a small sampling of those achievements. We have the incredible story of John Sandweg (’02) who taken on the important and challenging role as acting General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. In the story we will hear from John’s father, Bill (’74), as well as Isaac Gabriel (’02) and Noah Kroloff ('03), who will share their thoughts on John and their own law school experiences.

A view from Capitol Hill - John Sandweg (Class of 2002)

Posted on 04/24/2013
John Sandweg (Class of 2002) is a strategic thinker who can quickly hone in on the critical issue in an argument, a political enthusiast who has worked on campaigns and considered running for office himself, a history buff who has devoured the four volumes of Robert Caro’s biography of Lyndon B. Johnson, and an unflappable center of calm in a crisis. So, he may just be a good fit for acting General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, a position he stepped into in October, after serving for more than three years as senior counsel to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

Recruiter building unique program to match students with jobs

Posted on 04/24/2013
Pamela Höh, whose job is to find jobs for College of Law graduates, has found the perfect marriage of her legal education and her career in recruiting.

The Polks: One wedding, two careers, three sons, four (current and future) alumni

Posted on 12/03/2012
If you were to pick a College of Law dynasty, it could be the Polk family. The Polk dynasty was born in moot court competition, and its next generation is now in class in Armstrong Hall. It supports the College of Law through donations of time and money, and its matriarch wields benevolent power through courageous and controversial pronouncements and selfless public service.

Zachary Kramer: The Future of Same-Sex Marriage

Posted on 12/03/2012
The recent election marked a shift in the political battle over same-sex marriage. Four states held crucial votes about the legality of same-sex marriage. That a handful of states put same-sex marriage to a vote isn’t something new.

Wimsatt: Taking on meaty IP cases

Posted on 12/03/2012
Ted Wimsatt stepped out of his professional comfort zone in 2005 to enroll in law school, trading the predictability of his work day as an engineer for the uncertainty of intellectual property law, mediation and legal writing.
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