Ginsburg’s decades on high court included numerous Arizona rulings

Mourners line the Supreme Court with flowers and cards to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Photo taken by Claire Chandler) In a 27-year career on the Supreme Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote more than 200 opinions and countless dissenting opinions that were known for the sharp language that made them one of her trademarks. Any […]

ASU Law students gain paid summer employment, invaluable career experience through innovative ‘Smart State’ initiative

When summer employment opportunities were postponed or canceled for students of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law due to COVID-19, faculty quickly stepped in to provide unique, paid internships and externships. For Diana Bowman, ASU Law’s associate dean for international engagement and co-director for the Center for Smart Cities and Regions, that meant creating a […]

Bowman Joins Panel to Discuss the Future of Mobility

The ASU Convergence Lab and the Instituto Mexicano Para la Competitividad is hosting a zoom panel to discuss the La Movilidad Urbana del Futuro, or Urban Mobility of the Future. Dr. Diana Bowman is part of a three-person panel, discussing how this year will change the future of mobility. Also included on the panel is […]

Artificial Intelligence Is Making Its Way into Fertility Clinics

Walter G. Johnson is a research project coordinator at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, where he received his J.D. in 2020. He also holds a Master of Science and Technology Policy (2017) and B.S. in Chemistry (2015) from Arizona State University. Walter’s research covers regulatory policy and governance for various emerging technologies and […]

New Deadline: Hoffman Fellow Position Open

The World Economic Forum and The Thunderbird School of Global Management are seeking two Hoffman Fellows for a two- year appointment, with an extended deadline of August 10th. The Fellows will be working on addressing the possibilities and challenges posed by the rapid technological innovation. Working with the Forum’s Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution […]

Marchant Featured on “Fun with Law” Podcast

Faculty Director Gary Marchant recently was featured on the “Fun with Law” podcast, hosted by one of his former students, Jalaj Jain. Jain describes Marchant as “the most experienced guest [he’s] had on this show” and mentions that Marchant has close to 30,000 citations on google scholar. In this episode Marchant and Jain discussed the […]

Our Graduating Students

Usually a time of celebration, we are saddened that we can not celebrate graduation with the amazing students who we have had the pleasure to get to know at The Center for Law Science and Innovation. We have had the honor to work with many of these students throughout their ASU Law career and want […]

Jurimetrics Student Wins the 2020 Ross-Blakley Law Library Award for Exemplary Student Research

The Ross-Blakley Law Library recently announced that Jurimetrics Senior Article Editor, Brent Bihr placed first in for Exemplary Student Research. Bihr, a second year student, focused his award-winning paper on Dark Patterns, Warcraft, and Cybersex: The Addictive Face of Predatory Online Platforms and Pioneering Policies to Protect Consumers.  Speaking to Ross-Blakley Law Library, Bihr said […]

A Word from Professor Marchant

This is usually the happiest and proudest time of the year at our law school as faculty, staff and fellow students congratulate our graduating students. This is the culmination of three long years of hard work, endless study, challenges met and overcome, professional and personal growth, and hopefully many cherished memories by our graduating class. […]