|Emeritus Professor of Law
Faculty Fellow, Center for Law, Science & Innovation
After spending most of his career focusing on antitrust, regulation and legal ethics, Jonathan Rose changed direction. His primary scholarly interests now involve medieval and early modern English legal history, and his research focuses on the history and regulation of the legal profession and the operation of the medieval legal system. Professor Rose has also written on early defamation law, medieval prisons, and the historiography of legal history.
Professor Rose, who joined the faculty in 1968 and was an Associate Dean from 1987-90, teaches Legal History, Antitrust, Contracts and Legal Ethics, and has received numerous teaching awards. He also is a Faculty Affiliate of the Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies at ASU. He is the author of numerous articles on legal history, antitrust, economic and occupational regulation, and legal ethics.
Professor Rose is a member of the Selden Society, the American Society of Legal History, the American Law Institute, and the BNA Antitrust and Trade Regulation Report Advisory Board. He is a life member of Clare Hall, University of Cambridge. Professor Rose has also served on numerous committees and boards, and as a consultant for various departments of the state of Arizona, including as a Special Assistant to Governor Bruce Babbitt
Laws, Lawyers, and Texts: Studies in Medieval Legal History in Honour of Paul Brand (Susanne Jenks, Jonathan Rose, Christopher Whittick eds., Brill, 2012).
KD606 .L39 2012
English Legal History and Interdisciplinary Legal Studies, in Boundaries of the Law: Geography, Gender and Jurisdiction in Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Anthony Musson, ed., Ashgate 2005).
Studying the Past: The Nature and Development of Legal History as an Academic Discipline, 31 J. Leg. Hist 101 (2010).
Of Ambidexters and Daffidowndillies: Defamation of Lawyers, Legal Ethics and Professional Reputation, 8 U. Chi. L. Sch. Roundtable 423 (2001).
Ambidextrous Lawyer: Conflict of Interest and the Medieval Legal Profession, 7 U. Chi. L. Sch. Roundtable 137 (2000).
Assistant: Vera Hamer-Sonn
B.A., University of Pennsylvania
LL.B., University of Minnesota (1963)