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Year: 2014

Steve Young urges graduates to overcome challenges, follow their quests
Timothy Forsman receives John S. Armstrong Award
Vail Cloar honored as John S. Armstrong award recipient
Sadie Short named this year’s Carey/Armstrong Prize for Achievement in Public Service recipient
Mitesh Patel wins 2014 Strouse Prize for contributions to the Center for Law, Science & Innovation
Jennine Ihde awarded Mary M. Schroeder Public Interest Prize
Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch wins the James A. Walsh Outstanding Jurist Award
ASU Law School To Offer ‘Pay What You Want’ Continuing Legal Education Courses
ASU professor elected to the American Philosophical Society
Students honored by trial advocacy program
ASU Law School Alumni Confirmed to Serve on Federal Bench
Martin ('90) Appointed to U.S. Bankruptcy Court for Arizona
Jeremiah Chin ‘14 and Jennifer Walston ‘15 Honored for Exemplary Student Research
ASU Unveils Innovative One Year Sports Law Programs
“Building the Future” Campaign Kick-Off
Three ASU Law Students Awarded Prestigious Udall Foundation—Native American Congressional Internships
ASU College of Law Advocacy Team wins the National Championship
Renowned Scholar Arthur R. Miller and Distinguished Panel to give 18th Annual Pedrick Lecture, “Revisiting the Rules: Celebrating 75 years of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure”
How to grow a business by 8500% in ten years: the lessons learned from regional and bilateral FTAs
Steve Young to speak at law school convocation
Ferguson-Bohnee receives national appointments from Lawyers’ Committee, ABA
Regents' Professor Rebecca Tsosie Receives National Honor
ASU Jessup team places 2nd at Rocky Mountain Regionals, advances to Internationals
Morris Lecture on Feb. 19 will feature attorney Charles James
Indian Legal Program hosts American Indian economic development conference Feb. 27-28
Hodge named President of ASLME’s Board of Directors
Sylvester discusses support for students, alumni
Changes in Indian law, reservations to be examined at College of Law’s annual William C. Canby Jr. Lecture
Indian Legal Clinic hosts conference on broken federal recognition process
Mentoring program recognized with MLK Diversity Award
 

Year: 2013

Granville ('07) named one of Tempe’s People of the Year
Polk ('82) named one of 14 to watch in 2014
Kyl to law grads: cultivate excellence, stay flexible
Obama nominates Soto ('71) to federal bench
College of Law names Director of Development
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law sets fundraising record in 2013
Proposed plans for Arizona Center for Law and Society showcased
Join marathoners in memory of Feller
Marchant article on 23andMe featured on slate.com
Former state Rep. Ben Miranda ('84) dies
3L receives law diversity award
Conference explores role of science in preventing rampage killings U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor (ret.) to give opening remarks
Grey, Canby elected to American Law Institute
Joe Rogers, class of 1989 and one of the youngest Lieutenant Governors in America, remembered in Colorado
Obama nominates three alumni to serve on U.S. District Court
Ruth V. McGregor Project to Stop Sex Trafficking among beneficiaries of ASU Law’s inaugural Gold ’n Gavel Auction and Reception Sept. 20
Raj Abhyanker (’03) named Legal Rebel by ABA Journal
Ruth Carter publishes book on flash mob law
8 students honored by Trial Advocacy Program
Student blog on climate negotiations receives 1,500 visits
Law faculty to participate in U.S. courts’ videoconference on vaccines
Hammond receives Justice for All Award
College of Law patent program recognized in The Institute
Kittrie chairs roundtable on Iran’s Nuclear Procurement Network
Law faculty, students to present research
Delgado receives law school's top honor
Toobin tells College of Law graduates to follow in Sandra Day O’Connor’s footsteps
Rabicoff receives Daniel Strouse Prize
Fox and Rothenberg win Good Neighbor Award
Buel selected for Centennial Professor Award
ASU students advance to national finals in ABA advocacy competition
Indian Legal Clinic students draft amicus brief
Patent practice without a law degree
Two chosen for inaugural student research award
College of Law to host interdisciplinary conference on the history, future of U.N. policy on the rights of indigenous peoples
American Law Institute elects Marchant to membership
ASU Alumni Law Group seeks Executive Director
College of Law receives $1 million in sustained support for Western Region Office of the Network for Public Health Law
Student scores legal writing trifecta for College of Law
Student wins award for small business contract writing
Justice O’Connor entertains capacity crowd at College of Law
LSI, ASU researchers publish major article in Science journal
College of Law's legal writing program ranked fifth by U.S. News
U.S. News ranks College of Law among Top 30 in annual survey
3L wins international law writing competition
College of Law welcomes Bill Macumber
Former senator Kyl joins ASU as distinguished scholar of law
College of Law to launch teaching law firm in Summer 2013
ILP students compete in NALSA moot contest
ASU students compete in Pennsylvania
College of Law arbitration team competes in Denver
Judge Elizabeth Finn to discuss civil rights in Arizona
ASU team wins international moot competition
College of Law hosts annual Mock Trial Academy for high school and middle school students
Pedrick Lecture explores privacy and the Fourth Amendment
U.S. Magistrates, renowned experts to headline conference on crucial eDiscovery and digital evidence issues
Law professor files Supreme Court brief
LSI seeks abstracts for spring conference on emerging technologies
ASU's Emerge to showcase vibrant fusion of arts, technology
Burmese democracy advocate and former political prisoner Zin Mar Aung to visit law school
Tsosie joins ranks of ASU’s most prestigious scholars
Director of employer relations co-authors 'Small Firms, Big Opportunity'
Distinguished professor and executive director hired for Indian Legal Program
ASU’s Foreclosure Mediation Unit earns CPR’s award for outstanding practical achievement
Oversight of free speech in era of mobile technology to be explored during Jurimetrics lecture
Tribal citizenship in a globalized world to be examined at College of Law’s annual William C. Canby Jr. Lecture
North American Law Degree receives wide press coverage
Justice Timmer tells graduates to stay humble
Popko appointed to Judicial College of Arizona
 

Year: 2012

ASU law school creates North American Law Degree to prepare graduates to practice in U.S. and Canada
NABA awards scholarships to five law students
Arizona Board of Regents and City of Phoenix advance relocation of ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law to heart of downtown Phoenix
Hinshaw appointed to Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct
Tsosie named Regents' Professor
College of Law student helps biology team in national competition
A note from the Dean
A note from the President of the Alumni Association
Attorneys, alumni turn out to help with Native vote protection
Law student performs nonprofit research in Colombia
Of failures and comebacks: A Dean’s story
Tammy Vavra: Registrar and strong shoulder
Wimsatt: Taking on meaty IP cases
Law students participate in CourtWorks
Morris lecturer to students: ‘Be the best lawyer you can be’
Students to compete in 2012 Jenckes Cup
Free speech experts discuss hate speech laws at College of Law
Morris Lecture to explore challenges of diversity in multicultural society
Lynk to receive ‘Spirit of Excellence’ award
Colangelo, Bartie to address sports conference
CourtWorks: students to take the bench in Federal Court
Hate speech to be explored by international experts during debate at ASU law school
ASU law alumna named to Arizona Supreme Court
Three from College of Law chosen for Bar Hall of Fame
Renowned neuroscience expert delivers ‘Boundless Lecture’ at College of Law
Phoenix high school students visit the College of Law
College of Law to hold conference on homeowner rights under National Mortgage Settlement
Arizona Court of Appeals judge and ASU law alum Randall Howe to have investiture
Justice O’Connor promotes civics to high school students
Rose contributes to, co-edits book dedicated to prominent legal historian Paul Brand
Brain sciences and the law to be explored during lecture at College of Law
Sylvester featured on the cover of ‘Arizona Attorney’
A note from Rebecca Bair, Executive Director of Institutional Advancement
Class Notes
ASU law professor to receive prestigious legal writing award
Tribal Court Trial Skills showcases alumni, faculty
'ABA Journal' names Carter one of 10 'Legal Rebels'
Q&A with Shelli Soto
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law - By the numbers
College of Law publishes proceedings of national nanotechnology regulation conference
Two ASU law grads among three finalists for Arizona Supreme Court seat
New CLE program will serve community, raise scholarship funds
NIH awards $884,000 grant to ASU’s Center for Law, Science & Innovation
Diaz named to top Hispanic leadership group in Phoenix
College of Law clinic chosen to participate in U.S. patent and trademark pilot programs
College of Law wins national diversity award
Sylvester appoints three associate deans
Endowment in Charles Pulaski's name established at College of Law
LSI co-hosts conference on electronic discovery issues
Justice Hurwitz confirmed by Senate for federal appeals court seat
Diane Halle Center for Family Justice adds family law attorney
Justice Berch to receive top AWLA award for encouraging, mentoring women in law
IAP takes Phoenix man's bug-catching invention under its wing
New book by White published by Oxford University Press
Karin accepts national Visionary Award
Student wins Burton Award for Distinguished Legal Writing
Justice O’Connor tells graduates to recognize the power of the individual
Justice O’Connor to address graduates of her namesake law school
ASU team wins national mediation competition
College of Law alumna and student assist middle school moot court competition
Student selected as Native American Congressional Intern by Udall Foundation
‘Islamic State’ debate rescheduled
Student wins national legal-writing award
PHLPP releases report for national Health Impact Project
Bartels wins case before the U.S. Supreme Court
Marchant, Lindor blog on NOVA
Douglas Sylvester named dean of law school
College of Law graduate argues before Supreme Court
Four students compete in William C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moots
Cambridge launches web pages for 2011 conference organized by Weinstein
Report on crisis standards of care, produced by Hodge, other IOM committee members, released by national institute
'Science' publishes recommendations of Abbott, other scholars on global environmental governance reforms
Kittrie receives University of Michigan Law School Latino Alumni Award
Students in Civil Justice and Family Protection clinics provide legal information and consultations to veterans at-risk or experiencing homelessness
Alumni Association announces scholarship recipients
Center for Law and Global Affairs hosting several speakers this spring
Moot court team advances to final rounds in competition
The Southwest's future as a solar superpower to be explored at national policy summit Phoenix
Trial Advocacy Award offered in memory of Paul W. Holloway
Rosen's article touted by the Institute for Law Teaching and Laerning
EEOC Chair to deliver John P. Morris Memorial Lecture
Sinema encourages law alumni to contribute, mentor, advocate
‘Arizona State Law Journal’ to host Remands Symposium
On 'Horizon': Garreau discusses Emerge, an ASU-wide collaboration of scientists, engineers, designers, artists in redesign of future
Murphy’s book of essays in law, morality and religion published by Oxford University Press
Lucas LaRose elected governor of the ABA Law Student Division 15th Circuit
Breaux named Volunteer of the Month by Gilbert Public Schools
LSI names new executive director
‘Arizona State Law Journal’ to host “The Arizona Supreme Court and the Arizona Constitution: The First Hundred Years”
Stinson to receive top faculty award from Alumni Association
Cabot to receive Judge Learned Hand Award
Law student to argue homeowners’ case before Arizona Supreme Court
Wissler wins international award for outstanding scholarship in ADR
College of Law to fete longtime professor at annual Pedrick Society dinner
Holst presents at Annual AALS Meeting
 

Year: 2011

Arizona Solar Summit group visits Gila Bend Solar Landscape, examines needs for solar cluster
Marchant joins ranks of ASU’s most distinguished scholars
Homeowner Advocacy Unit featured in Valley media
Homeowner Advocacy Unit featured on KTVK-TV (Channel 3)
Homeowner Advocacy Unit fights to stop foreclosure sale
Prevail Project launches global gathering place – prevailproject.org
Ferguson-Bohnee appointed Faculty Director of Indian Legal Program
A response to the recent 'New York Times' article on law-school curriculum
Mayes named Green Pioneer by ‘Phoenix Business Journal’
Golestan and Hughes to compete in 2011 Jenckes Cup
Gun fight’ lecture to be hosted by College of Law
Lowenthal defense of death-row inmate results in federal court resentencing ruling
Valley students visit federal courthouse for ‘CourtWorks’
The Berches featured by the ASU Foundation
Marchant to join former President Clinton, Justice Scalia at conference
Legal clinic named for retired Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Ruth V. McGregor
Phoenix attorney Howard Cabot to receive top pro bono award from the College of Law
Law students to help teenagers take the bench in federal court
Bartels argues case before U.S. Supreme Court
Cantrell wins national pro bono award
Grey named Matheson Fellow
College of Law to host combat pilots in discussion of military actions and the law of armed conflict
The Homeowner Advocacy Unit featured on Valley media
Winer introduces material at an international conference focused on religion and politics in Paris
Distressed homeowners to receive assistance from law school
New Homeowner Advocacy Unit at College of Law hires assistant director
C. Hessick interviewed on Fox Report about S.B. 1070
2011 graduate to visit White House, meet with Education Secretary Duncan
Ellman is co-recipient of Nuffield Foundation grant
Test 1
Gartner participates in American Political Science Association annual meeting
Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis Initiatives Launched
ASU launching 2 programs to offer help in resolving mortgage woes
Law student wins NLR writing contest
Update from the Provost
Students gain experience, land permanent jobs through externships in College of Law's D.C. program
Students in D.C. externship program receive Congressional coaching
College of Law alumna receives top award for clinic involvement
Message from the Provost
Sylvester Named Interim Dean of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
Conference on the adolescent brain and juvenile justice to be hosted by the College of Law
M.D./J.D. graduate wins Strouse Prize, has eye on solving health disparities
Two College of Law students to receive Armstrong Award
‘Law Journal for Social Justice’ publishes first edition
Faculty feature - Daniel M. Bodansky
Mayes heads new program on law and sustainability
College named among top schools to study health care law
College of Law M.L.S. student featured in ‘Management Today’
Kader and Stanford’s poetry to be discussed at Tempe event
Renowned civil rights leader and chairman emeritus of NAACP to deliver Morris lecture
College of Law student wins national legal writing award
College of Law Jessup moot court team places second among U.S. schools in international round
ASU appoints Diane Humetewa to advise President on Indian Affairs
Indian law students take week-long course at Ho-Chunk, Inc., in Nebraska
ABA’s “Legal Rebels” to give lecture at College of Law
Bender quoted in ‘Tribune’ about birthright citizenship
College of Law listed by ‘National Jurist’ for strong Native American student population
Artman quoted in ‘Republic’ article about proposed Tohono O’odham casino
Bender featured in Channel 15 report on possible ‘blacklisting’ at Arizona legislature
Chodorow book chapter published in Oxford University handout
College of Law students take second place at annual moot court competition
Kramer’s paper featured in ‘Psychology Today’
Lynk gives ASU lecture about classical literature
Marchant to lecture about murder gene
Rothenberg discusses College’s efforts to address human trafficking on Channel 15
Weinstein’s essay featured in prominent court decision
White published in ‘San Diego Law Review’
Artman quoted in ‘Republic’ article regarding Internet access on Indian reservations
Bender quoted in ‘Republic’ article regarding Giffords’ shooting
Buel to be awarded Lifetime Achievement Award
College of Law moot court team takes first place at regional tournament
College of Law ranks 6th in nation for best law school for public interest
Grey speaks at Denver neuroscience conference
Hessick quoted in ‘Times’ article regarding a child pornography case
Hodge talks about new health practices during a podcast
Mayes to moderate panel discussing sustainability
Gartner to speak at annual ASIL convention
Bender quoted in ‘Republic’ article discussing legislative immunity
Berman quoted in ‘Journal’ article about law students’ job prospects
Civil Justice Clinic to argue before Arizona Court of Appeals
Henry emphasizes importance of discussions about justice
Gartner and Abbott to speak at Resilience 2011 conference in Tempe
Bender quoted in ‘Republic’ column regarding Arizona’s immunity clause
Bodansky’s book to be awarded the Harold and Margaret Sprout Award
Clinton quoted in article regarding the proposed Tohono O’odham casino
College Law to launch new Project on Federalism and Separation of Powers in a Global Era
Judges Hawkins, Canby and Clifton offer advice to students
Kader and Sanford’s poetry to be discussed at Tempe event
Bender quoted in ‘Republic’ article about federal authority
Buel lectures at University of Kentucky about human trafficking issues
Dickinson discusses ‘Outsourcing War and Peace’ in Washington, D.C.
Gartner to serve as commentator for John F. Roatch lecture
Oklahoma City University’s president to speak at Pedrick lecture
YWCA awards received by Professor Barnes, Justice McGregor`
Calleros and Gover receive ABA Spirit of Excellence Award
Chodorow presents at a tax policy workshop in Boston
Drones and the law: ASU conference in Washington, D.C., to be streamed live in College of Law’s Armstrong Hall
Four College of Law students win annual legal writing award
Gartner to speak at conference hosted by the 'Yale Journal of International Law'
Grewal quoted in ‘Republic’ article regarding the Fiesta Bowl
Hessick interviewed by Channel 12
Buel to speak about human trafficking at University of Kentucky
Popko and Hessick testify before Arizona House of Representatives
Stinson published in ‘Brooklyn Law Journal’
Video: Debate on reforming Arizona's sentencing system
ASU College of Law’s national nanotechnology regulation conference to tackle big policy questions for the small science
Jane Reddin, 1957-2011
NYU professor to lecture on international law
A Volatile Mix of Politics, Taxes, Religion, and Speech – the Genesis of “Politics, Taxes, and the Pulpit: Provocative First Amendment Conflicts”
Crimm and Winer address political campaign speech restrictions on houses of worship
Artman quoted in ‘Arizona Republic’ article on Glendale’s disputed casino
Dickinson chapter published in ‘Comparative Administrative Law’
Ellman to speak at Columbia University conference
NYU professor to lecture on international law
Citizen Marchant takes Oath of Allegiance
Bodansky to speak at Valparaiso University
Cruz published in prominent Mexican academic magazine
Gartner to speak at annual public policy lecture
Meyerson authors three chapters to be published in AAA handbook
Saks co-authors piece published in 'Brooklyn Law Review'
Judge Hawkins to speak at alumni luncheon
Kader and Sanford’s ‘Poetry of the Law’ earns high review from NYT columnist
D.C. program law students present their ideas to Congress
Marchant speaks at University of Miami Global Business Forum
Ralph Spritzer, 'finest advocate,' dies at 93
 

Year: 2010

Marianne Alcorn: dedicated, tenacious, beloved
Gartner sees law as catalyst for international change
Global human rights scholar works for world change
Zachary Kramer seeks justice through the classroom
Saks appointed to National Conference of Lawyers and Scientists
Public Policy Incubator Program releases report: ‘Sentencing in Arizona’
Rosier rocks the Ironman
McGregor to receive public service award from YWCA
Mayes chosen to head new program on law and sustainability
O'Connor, judges, professor to speak on Constitution Day
Kader on Honorary Committee for Holocaust Museum dinner
Ellman publishes 5th edition of family law casebook
Dickinson discusses book at Boston College
Furnish presents papers in Colima, Mexico
Kittrie speaks at Georgetown University
Kittrie speaks at University of Georgia Law School
'Republic' article on crime labs features Saks
Clinton addresses Fulbright Association
Furnish teaches at Ibero-American University in Tijuana
Ellman article on SSRN Top Ten list
‘Innocent Until Interrogated’ author discusses coerced confessions
Burns and Koch to compete in 2010 Jenckes Cup
Law school’s public health law program receives national research grant
College to sponsor Title VI workshop
"Intellectual Property Rights in China"
ASU's 'Great Debate' on NPR's 'Science Friday,' Nov. 5
Berman article reprinted in Brazilian journal
Mayes chosen to head new program on law and sustainability
"The White House Subcommittee on Forensic Science"
Berman and Dickinson speak at Princeton
Family Justice Bus to offer legal advice and services
SELSA to host national conference launching journal
"A Brief History of the Food and Drug Administration"
Clinic students perform legal services for national business organization
"Technology, Privacy and the Law: Spiraling into a Surveillance Society?"
Berman book subject of Temple roundtable
Furnish article included in collection
Kader on panel about Arizona border wall
Leading academics, policy-makers in immigration debate to headline national conference at College of Law
Law students honored at 40 Hispanic Leaders Under 40 Awards ceremony
Stuart book reviewed in ‘Arizona Attorney’
Weinstein one of 8 leading First Amendment scholars at University of Virginia law school conference
Definition of rights explored in annual Shoen Lecture
Artman, Clinton quoted in ‘Arizona Republic’ on Glendale casino fight
Law school's career program noted in 'Republic'
‘Law Journal’ publishes article about the college’s new public health law center
Berman article published in ‘Utah Law Review’
Murphy book translated into Chinese
"Neuroscience and the Law"
College of Law lands million-dollar grant to establish 11-state regional Public Health Law Network
2010 Client Counseling event produces top four competitors
Hodge to speak at biopreparedness event
Finalists to compete in Client Counseling event
Several law school ‘queens of the court’ featured in ‘Phoenix Woman’
‘Arizona Republic’ article on 14th Amendment includes Bender
‘Republic’ quotes Bender in article on Arpaio lawsuit
Bender comments on speed of federal filing in Arpaio case
Chodorow to present paper at University of Illinois College of Law
Kader a panelist on Ecumenical Council forum
Marchant reacts to stem cell research funding ruling
Kittrie speaks at Lawfare! at Case Western law school
With an eye on marketing new innovations and ideas, law school’s tech ventures group changes name, focus
Cruz published in 'Harvard Latino Law Review'
First-year law students begin the year with community service
Rose presents paper in England
Hammond wins 2010 Morris Dees Justice Award
Two law students chosen for Spirit of Service Scholars award
College launches program to give law students experiences in health-care settings
EXPERT WITNESS: Hool Law Group attorney Jon Coury
Law school’s Top 10 writing program adds new professor
EXPERT WITNESS: The Idea Gardener Tom Fulcher on "Branding for Emerging Entrepreneurs – Why Should You Care?"
Law student completes sustainability fellowship
Law students win ASCAP competition
Kittrie speaks at American Bar Association annual meeting
Tryouts for the New York City Bar Competition
‘Republic’ quotes Bender on gay-marriage ruling
C. Hessick on 12 News
Noreuil book on bar exam published
Sigler article linked on Legal Theory Blog
Berman honored by NYU Law
‘Arizona Republic’ quotes C. Hessick on expedited appeal
Artman on Tribal Law and Order Act
C. Hessick chats on azcentral.com
C. Hessick on ‘Horizon’
Stanford University Press publishes Berman essay
A. Hessick on WPR
C. Hessick on national news radio program
'L.A. Times' article includes A. Hessick
C. Hessick interviewed by ‘The Wall Street Journal’
O’Grady on ‘NBC Nightly News’
Reuters article includes C. Hessick
Tsosie published in ‘Tulsa Law Review’
ASU Civil Justice Clinic secures $250,000 settlement in foreclosure rescue scheme case
ASU Civil Justice Clinic secures $250,000 settlement in foreclosure rescue scheme case
Bartels quoted in ‘Arizona Daily Star’
Dickinson article in NYU journal
Abbott, Marchant article published in ‘Sustainability’
Fellmeth article published in journal
Marchant addresses CDC nanotech conference
Clinic’s work for military families noted by CLEA
Karin briefs state council committee on work-life policy initiatives
Dickinson in ‘The Washington Post’
Online ABA program on immigration statute to feature law professors
Karin to address workplace policies at ASU conference
Kornhauser contributes chapter to new tax law book
Article by Saks published in forensic science journal
Health-related law programs highlighted in 'AZ Business Magazine'
Bender quoted in ‘Arizona Republic’ on tax-credit case
High school students enjoy intro to law
Clinton article on history of IGRA published in ‘Arizona State Law Journal’
Furnish to teach NAFTA course for Baylor in Mexico
Rose presents paper at legal history conference
Artman publishes chapter in ‘Emerging Issues in Tribal-State Relations’
Calleros’ diversity award reported in ‘Republic’
Global human rights scholar to join College of Law
ASIL publishes Fellmeth article on IP law treaty
Bodansky to address Oxford’s World Forum on Enterprise and the Environment
TWIGA/CJC report on Workplace Prof Blog
GEN article features Marchant, conference panelists
Marchant book reviewed by ‘The Washington Post’
Justice Project case reported in ‘NY Times’
Royal Military Academy workshop panel chaired by Kittrie
Kittrie to Speak At ABA Annual Meeting in San Francisco
Justice Project in ‘The Police Chief’
MonaLou Callery hired as assistant director for Diane Halle Center
Saks to discuss future of forensic science at Kentucky meetings
SB 1070 talk to include Cruz
Law students named to inaugural ASU scholars group
National transactional clinic conference hosted by College of Law
Civil Justice Clinic prepares state workplace flexibility report
Furnish to speak on State Bar panel
Calleros to receive diversity honor from state Bar
Berch (x3) book into fifth printing
Marchant featured in ‘ASU Magazine’
Saks article published in Iowa journal
College of law mentor/alumna in ‘AZ Magazine’
Fortunato Marchant to address meeting in Italy
Justice Ryan (Class of 1977) to step down
Free speech panel to include Weinstein
De la Vara aids Yuma summer interns with housing
Goddard governor candidacy announced
Satterlee leads work/life balance panel
Law student awarded Gideon Fellowship
Saks to present at New Mexico Judicial Conclave
Wissler paper in `Court ADR Connection’
Initial D.C. class finds life-changing experience
Truman Young Fellowship awarded to law student
Center for Law, Science & Innovation Graduation Reception
Graduates urged to 'do work worth doing'
Wheels of the Justice Bus to roll at ABA meeting
College's 40th anniversary party rocks the house
Williams presents at NALP Conference
Lujan running for attorney general
Cool elected to National Mock Trial Board
Kader on Law Day panel: 'Law, Justice and the Holocaust: What You Do Matters'
ABA’s Legal Rebels trio advises law students
Gordon, Matheson, students honored at annual Law Journal banquet
Former death-row inmate to lecture at College of Law
Diane Halle Center receives ASU Foundation grant
College of Law to host ‘Legal Rebels,’ leading innovators in the legal profession
College of Law’s Tax Literacy Project to screen ‘An Inconvenient Tax’
Buel chosen to head Diane Halle Center for Family Justice
2L elected to national ABA student post
O'Connor stumps for judicial independence
Kader and Stanford edit anthology of ‘Poetry of the Law’
Berman named 2010 O’Connor House Fellow
Dickinson article featured in international law journal
Furnish consults with Salvadoran government on transactions law
Furnish gives workshop on Honduran law in Tegucigalpa
Hinshaw named Senior Fellow at Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution
Justice O'Connor to deliver annual Pedrick Lecture
Dynamic leader of NAACP to deliver Morris lecture
Memorial service for 2L scheduled, counseling available
Conference to explore tribal role in future energy development
VLAA to assist with Downtown Phoenix Festival of the Arts
Special issue of Oxford journal dedicated to College’s 2009 Forensic Science Conference
College to host work/life meeting for network of Valley employers
Law students organize Justice Bus to provide mobile free legal services
Two $1 million grants fund Diane Halle Center for Family Justice and NextCare Urgent Care Family Violence Legal Clinic
ASU teams dominate regional mediation competition
Moot court competition draws 41 high school seniors
Students helping active duty military, veterans, and families through clinic
Live Webcast: Personalized Medicine Conference
'Eradicating Child Sex Slavery' topic of Linda Smith presentation
Former O’Connor law clerks share scholarship at Symposium
National conference to focus on personalized medicine
Assistant EPA administrator addresses law students
Video: Justice Albie Sachs on the law and humor
Video: Saks honored as Regents’ Professor
Berch updates alumni on court’s progress
Alumni Association awards tuition, book scholarships
Law school to host Arizona Supreme Court
Smithsonian historian to speak at ASU
Alumnus uses law skills to write, sell first novel
Marchant to present at large energy/environment conference
Law, science center commemorates 25th anniversary with new name, programs
Video: Former U.S. Attorneys discuss forced resignations
O'Connor reviews Our Courts at Taube American Values lecture
Harvard scholar leaves little hope for health care reform
Gover addresses ‘White Man’s Indian’ in Canby Lecture
Indian Legal Clinic helps Gila River prosecutors win appeal
Personalized Medicine in the Clinic: Policy, Legal and Ethical Implications
Harvard scholar to discuss Obama, health care reform
O’Connor to be first ‘Horizon’ guest in new studio
 

Year: 2009

Influential author/humanist joins ASU to direct new project on law, technology and the human race
Three law students named Cohen Professionalism Scholars
Law school, Decision Theater awarded public health law research grant
LST builds first global nanotech regulation database
Hodge to participate in health care debate
Birnbaum, others noted in 'Best Lawyers in America'
Moot Court students dominate
Chodorow to speak at Chinese universities
Kornhauser article published by ABA
Exonerated men discuss wrongful conviction, fight for freedom Nov. 19
Global climate change expert to lead law and sustainability initiative
High school, college students visit law school
With help from ASU, African-born physician launches dream of bringing medical technology to the Congo
HNBA law students visit Phoenix grade school
Berch sits on ACLU panel
Hinshaw to speak at the University of Oregon School of Law
Hodge to address global flu conference
Berman article published in law and social science review
Pedrick selected for Maricopa County Bar Association Hall of Fame
O’Connor exhibit opens at AHS museum
Nobel laureate to deliver Hogan & Hartson Lecture
Entertainment experts to speak at symposium
Berman, Clinton appointed to Hopi Tribal Court of Appeals
Race Judicata
LST, Lincoln Center faculty receive federal grant
O'Connor Fellows join law school
Grewal selected as inaugural Visiting Associate Professor of Law
Karin to establish work-life policies program at College of Law
Artman, former Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs, joins College
Hodge brings health law, ethics, policy expertise
Williams completes CLA/CP exam
College of Law among best for Hispanic students
Justice Project receives federal grant
College announces new patent law clinic
College launches new Washington, D.C., program
Indian Legal Clinic files amicus brief in 5th Circuit
Kornhauser heads Tax Literacy Project
Artman to be keynote at development conference
Our Courts debuts on Web
McGregor to receive prestigious award
Tuchi appointed Interim U.S. Attorney
Justice O'Connor to receive 'Medal of Freedom'
Clinic receives Bar foundation grant
Arizona justices honored by attorney's group
Rodriguez Mundell receives Santana Award
Berch named Alan A. Matheson Professor
State Bar to honor alumni
Ortega to chair La Raza Board of Directors
Science devotee, judge earns LL.M. degree
Kader, HSJN to receive ABA's top pro bono award
Justice O’Connor to appear on 'Letterman'
ILP co-presents environmental workshop
Soto to receive Bar award
Summer Law Camp Introduces 60 Youngsters to Legal Profession
Alumnus argues before high court
ASU entrepreneurs set to launch anti-theft device for catalytic converters
Pogson earns doctorate degree
TVSG lands ASU-Kauffman Foundation grant
Altruistic law student wins new public service award
CNN: Obama turns controversy into jokes, lesson at commencement
Brian Barner to receive Armstrong Award
Saks joins ranks of ASU’s most distinguished scholars
College of Law announces student awards
Law students shine at ABA competition
Law Peeps take the prize
Brewer speaks at Dean’s Session
2009-2010 `Jurimetrics’ board named
Weinstein, new book celebrated by colleagues
`Nature’ publishes article by law professor, student
Forensic science disciplines demand, deserve `real science’
DeRemer, Williams to present at conference
Forensic science to go under the microscope at conference
Berch ('79) elected Chief Justice of Arizona Supreme Court
Federal judge to deliver annual Pedrick Lecture
White named dean at University of Miami School of Law
Morris Lecture to focus on significance of Obama election
Arizona Supreme Court hears oral arguments at College of Law
High school student, law student team win national Moot Court event
College rolls out red carpet for Legal Writers
Fundraiser for Strouse scholarship planned
SELSA symposium to feature sports/entertainment lawyers
Nadir receives diversity award from Tempe
Experts meet to discuss improving U.S.-China trade
Law students rock the regional
Renowned academic freedom experts to speak at College
College of Law to offer new flexible schedule
Punishment theory examined in Shoen Leading Scholars Lecture
As heard on NPR
O'Connor to discuss 'Our Courts' on 'The Daily Show'
U.S. forensic science system ‘badly fragmented,’ says national report
Tribal leader urges `eternal vigilance' to protect sovereign rights
Alumnus Ramos chosen for Nashvillian of the year
Media advisory: Experts available to discuss NAS report
Mock Trial Academy draws nearly 200 secondary students
As heard on NPR: LST brain addiction conference
Scholarships deadline approaches
Alumni Association gives scholarships
Ahearn describes `energy revolution' for alumni
NAS report to be `force of change in forensic field'
Marchant honored by Alumni Association
Enos to speak on balance of power at annual Canby lecture
GITMO expert to lecture at College
Judge Cohen to address `Seizing the Ethical Opportunity’
‘Ongoing Revolution in Punishment Theory’ subject of new lecture
College of Law, Maricopa County Superior Court co-sponsor course on statutory interpretation
Tsosie to be judge for San Carlos Apache Tribal Court of Appeals
Kader leads Kosovo delegation in discussion of religion and law
 

Year: 2008

Law graduates given contemporary, ancient advice
White accepts Learned Hand Award
Popko discusses federal sentencing guidelines on Webcast
Rose invited to be affiliate, graduate faculty in History Department
Law students receive Bar scholarships
Law experts ponder keeping up with technology
First Native American regent honored at reception
Jury research grant made to Saks, Koehler
Mexican Diplomat Visits Class
Furnish elected to ASLAN post
Alumni spotlight: Diane Humetewa
Justice for All Night
Menkhus speaks in Dublin
College to host international forensic science conference
Work-life balance tips offered at Dean’s session
Scholars use discussion to explore governance of indigenous genomics
Clinic helps Navajo grandmother restore right to vote
Civil Justice Clinic collects more than $100,000 for clients
Alumni inducted into Phoenix College Hall of Fame
Students to defend Jenckes Cup
Alum is finalist in national writing contest
Scholars gather to discuss indigenous genomic research
Arizona Commerce Secretary addresses class
Cruz moderates discussion with Princeton students
Law student organizes FBI fundraiser
Kaye participates in ASU Sneaker Tour
Project Civil Discourse Week proclaimed
College hosting national conference on dispute resolution
Conference explores history, future of Indian Gaming Act
Arizona receives federal DNA grant
Marchant to speak about `murder genes’
One-woman play about women, justice
Chodorow to speak on virtual reality taxation
A message from Dean Paul Schiff Berman
Youth Mentoring Board formed
College to host judicial merit selection panel
Law students probing human behavior
As heard on NPR: Indian Gaming conference
Navajo Nation conducts hearing at College of Law
Prison-reform award given to Schriro and staff
New IT employee
O’Connor portrait presented to College of Law
College climbs list of schools for Hispanic students
Travis Borquez named to national diversity post
Law school and Barrett partnership to benefit students
TVSG assists Phoenix innovators, entrepreneurs
Japanese judge spends semester at College
Loan repayment assistance available
James Cool awarded Trial Advocacy Scholarship
Mars worker joins IT staff
Students should consider exchange programs
Chesler to teach legal writing, drafting contracts
Ferguson-Bohnee named to permanent faculty
Alumna earns leadership award
Hessick follows indirect path to teaching
LL.M. student presents at UNESCO conference in Tokyo
Indian gaming 'Pathbreakers' to be honored
Alumna elected Chief Judge
O’Grady appointed associate dean
Sylvester named associate dean
Law student wins big scholarship
Cohen scholars visit Museum of Tolerance
Barrett Scholars learn, practice mock-trial skills
Alumnus passes Bar, and then some
College receives Bar disability award
Adjunct to receive Bar award
Project Civil Discourse talk
ILP to host national IGRA conference
Law school joins Barrett summer program
Native community gets Clean Air Award
College adds international, human-rights scholar
Natural resources focus of seminar
Alumna takes helm of Pro Bono office
Barbara Barrett takes oath as U.S. Ambassador to Finland
Paul Schiff Berman appointed Dean
College's largest class defined by diversity, sociability, hard work
LL.M. Graduate hopes to teach
Law student passes away at 64
Beloved Dean Schatzki honored
Graduates lunch with the Justice
Civil Justice Clinic earns top award
Barnes named a top pro bono attorney
Judge Silverman lauded by 'Law Journal'
Cohen Scholars selected
Law students, alumni honor dean
Scholarship fund to honor Dean White
Law adjunct given national award
Adjuncts fund scholarships
Lisa Award given to 3L
Royal named to “Forty-under-40”
Law scholars receive ABA grant
Student Plaza dedicated
Prize named for Judge Schroeder
Exam strategies offered in State Bar workshops
Supreme Court visits with law students
Russian jurists visit law school
Turman delivers Morris Lecture
Arizona’s top court to visit College
Justice Project moves to law school
Federal judges advise law students
Injustice foe to give Morris Lecture
Federal appeals court to visit College of Law
Dean candidate visits campus
J. Reuben Clark conference draws crowd
Law school to host NNALSA moot court
Top researcher joins faculty
Constitution illuminated by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer
Solicitor General visits College
Campbell hits a triple for the College
'Accounting for Lawyers' course featured
Governor declares 'Dean Patricia D. White Day'
Alum featured in `Journal'
Employer-sanctions act debated
Law student grappling with Super Bowl
Employer-sanctions law to be debated
Upcoming Events
Law students mentor youth at Teen Court
Memorial planned for Ashley Jane Miller
Supreme Court Justice Breyer to speak
Alum, author to speak in February
Lecture on criminal justice in Indian Country
 

Year: 2007

Alumnus featured in 'Wall Street Journal'
Alumni lauded in 'AZ Woman'
Graduates urged to seek balance
Nine alumni to be considered for Superior Court appointment
Alumna confirmed as U.S. Attorney
Fellmeth to participate in German conference
Transdisciplinary nanotech course open
LST involved in nanotech conference
Cruz quoted on Cuban Web site
Scholarship to honor Lucia
Washburn to give Canby lecture
Funeral for alumna Maureen Goodwin
Intersession course on responsibility
New course to help with Bar Exam
Dean search committee gathers names
Italian judge to co-teach winter course
Gover bids farewell to law school
Alumna nominated for U.S. Attorney
‘Engineered evolution’ is lecture topic
Yuma: Legal mecca for students
Event introduces students, small firms
Law courses attract Barrett students
Scottish scholars visit law school
Colleges collaborate on Lincoln grant
Law student 'Best' in Santa Fe
Law school bids farewell to Frankie
Cardineau featured in Tech mag
ASLH meeting draws big names, crowd
Spanish professor addresses faculty
`Radical Evolution’ topic of lecture
Dean White quoted by news service
Nixon 'Plumber' urges integrity
LSAC President on affirmative action
Weinstein quoted in 'Times'
Watergate figure at Dean's Session
Alum to lecture at law conference
Gover featured in `Republic'
Marchant co-authors report
Career Services arranges Small Firm Week
Major-leaguer headlines law symposium
Scholarships honor Strouse
Symposium explores 'Art of Representation'
Director featured in `Arizona Woman'
Science meets art at law program
Lowenthal, Cedar in 'Best of Phoenix'
Immigration panel launches series
Nano grant makes news
Dean White announces move to teaching
Royal featured in 'ABG'
Rose featured in 'Arizona Attorney'
Marchant writes on personalized medicine
Brett Aspey Scholarship awarded
Wrongful convictions explored in film
Law School receives nanotech grant
Alumni named to bar leadership program
Calleros book about law school exams published
Fellmeth to chair NIH conference panel
O'Grady spends sabbatical at AG's Office
Gover to head Smithsonian museum
Presentation celebrates Constitution
Winer quoted in 'Republic'
College hosts legal history conference
Magazine features MRED program
Law School hires Harvard fellow
Dana Carvey headlines fundraiser
College among best for Hispanics
Kaye to teach in Nanjing
Menkhus, Haines featured in 'Republic'
Ralston quoted in 'Business Journal'
Saks quoted in ‘LA Times’ on Spector trial expert witness testimony
TVC director featured in 'Republic'
Kittrie quoted in 'Republic'
Three med students take on J.D.
Adjunct professor garners national honor
Three choose thesis program
Justice O'Connor greets students
'07 grad is student development director
Tribal lawyer leads Indian Legal Clinic
Daniel Strouse: Beloved Professor
Kittrie addresses border conference
Wissler, Dauber report on arbitration research
Warne to be honored for health outreach
Law grad named best young attorney
Report on Center conference heard 'round the world
Law school tekkie pens football preview for magazine
D.C. agency headed by alumna wins top award
Royal listed among best pro bono attorneys
Law grad wins ABA prize
Staff member featured in 'Legal Assistant Today'
UK workshop delivered by Kornhauser
Hinshaw quoted in 'ACResolution'
Trotta named to advisory board
Birnbaum, adjuncts, alums fill top lawyers' list
Calleros to teach at law camp for Hispanic teenagers
Professors, ASU president contribute to new IP handbook
Marchant part of Chautauqua lecture series
Law professor to present paper
Law school debuts on iTunes U
Work begins on Our Courts civics education project backed by Justice O'Connor
Law grad wins writing competition
Associate Dean appointed to judicial commission
Berch, Gallagher to receive President's Awards
Ralph Spritzer Interview
Cardineau profiled by Flinn Foundation
Graduate overcomes obstacles
Tsosie, Gover quoted in 'Billings Gazette'
Richard Dahl, founding faculty, inaugural librarian
Richard Charles Dahl -- 1921-2007
Kevin Gover presents national paper
Two women receive achievement award
Saks quoted in `The New Yorker '
2L to spend summer at public-interest non-profit
Napolitano urges graduates to give back
Kaye quoted in Times-Dispatch
Calleros, Soto lauded for work
Hispanic Bar to receive national award for youth work
Class of 2007 provides historic gift
Marchant voted top professor by law students
2007 law graduates a 'class of firsts'
Lowenthal law-school epilogue produces cheers, tears
Law graduates lunch with O'Connor
'ASU in the community' profiles Immigration Clinic
Whitaker delivers Morris Lecture
Stinson elected to post
Morris Lecture honors champion of diversity
Students argue, hear ASU Supreme Court case
'Should brains be private?'
Berch's 'Last Lecture' his best?
Navajo Supreme Court meets at College of Law
Mentorship program connects lawyers, students
Law clinic receives President's Award
'Reflections on Imperfection' by Pedrick Lecturer
Berch chosen for Last Lecture Series
Feller Quoted in L.A. Times
'Repeat Offenders' to play The Rhythm Room
Recent law school grad named Admissions Director
Saks study cited in AP Report
Kaye quoted in `USA Today'
College of Law to co-sponsor Cambridge extreme speech talk
Cruz Quoted in 'The Arizona Republic'
Navajo Supreme Court Visits College of Law
Law Librarian’s Paper Hits Top-Ten
Social Science Lecture Series Concludes
Berch Receives Distinguished Service Award
Integrity by Scott Seymann
Five Law Students Chosen as Cohen Scholars
Integrity Essay by Paul Singleton
Integrity Essay by Madeline Vera
Integrity Essay by Alba Jaramillo
Integrity Essay by A. Joseph Sarcinella
O'Connor Topic of 'Law Journal' Symposium
O'Connor to Introduce Pedrick Lecturer
Ellman quoted in `The Arizona Republic’
'Murder' Solved by ASU Law, Middle School Students
Cardineau Named to Federal Panel
Conference Gives Pros, Cons of Personalized Medicine
Debate scheduled on school choice in Arizona
Cruz quoted in 'Dallas Morning News'
Gover quoted in 'Boston Globe'
Marchant quoted in 'The Arizona Republic'
Granvilles Featured in 'Spark'
Faculty Trio Elected to Renowned Organization
Kader Begins London Fellowship
Q&A: Royal Discusses Career, Life
Dean Teaches Second-Graders
Linda Greenhouse Speaks on Supreme Court
Alan Matheson: A Portrait of Grace
Matheson Honored at Diamond Jubilee
Justice O'Connor Greets Alumni
Fidel Receives Learned Hand Award
Kaye Discusses Statistics in 'Nature'
Ellman on 'Beyond Marriage'
Cruz Comments on Migrant Fee Hikes
Interim U.S. Attorney Appointed
Popko Quoted in 'Wall Street Journal'
Kader Receives Tolerance Appointments
Tax Professor Joins College of Law
Q & A: Warne Discusses Indian Health Care
Marchant: Doctors Face Wave of Lawsuits
Feller Weighs in on Global Warming
Alumna Considered for U.S. Attorney/Arizona
Alumna Considered for U.S. Attorney/District of Arizona
Article Features Pro Bono Efforts
 

Year: 2006

Facman Brings Holiday Cheer
Medical Journal Publishes LST Commentary on Pharmacogenomics
Law Students Featured in Diversity Article
College of Law Graduates Twenty Students
YWCA Honors K Royal
Civil Justice Clinic in News
Moot Court Team Wins Regionals
Lowenthal Quoted on Immigration Case
Republic article: Human smuggling verdict tossed
NALSA Featured in 'Navajo Times'
Gover Quoted in 'USA Today'
'High-Powered' Conference: Tribes/Agencies
Justice O'Connor Visits Law School
Weinstein Speaks at Cambridge
Conference: Tribes and the Federal Maze
New: Real Estate Development Degree
Kaye Writes in 'National Law Journal'
Justice O'Connor to Speak at Renaming