Academic Programs

Before the Bar: Master at-home exam prep with our Virtual Office Hours

ABA Law Student Division  Taking your first round of law school exams? We’re here to help! Join us for tips that will help prepare you for success. This month’s Virtual Office Hours are with Heather Varanini. Professor Varanini is the Associate Director of Academic Achievement and an Adjunct Professor at…

New Trial Advocacy Program & Certificate – Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Hello, all. Please come to a meeting on Wednesday, January 29, Room 250, 12:15 – 1:15 to learn about the new Trial Advocacy Certificate available to rising 2Ls and 3Ls and current 3Ls who have met the certificate requirements. We will discuss important changes in the curriculum, our new Learn…

Washington, DC Programs Info Session – 1/27, lunch provided

Please join Lauren Burkhart, Director for Washington, DC Affairs, for a lunchtime information session on the College of Law’s Washington, DC programs on Monday, January 27 at 12:15pm in Room 250. The information session will cover courses and programming offered in Washington, DC, the benefits of spending a semester or…

Paid Job! Grad Programs Seeking TA/RA Applicants to Support Master’s Program

ASU Law Grad Programs is seeking JD Student applicants for open TA/RA positions in the Master’s programs. Students must be 2L or higher. TA/RA duties may include recording grades for professors, interacting with students, responding to questions, and offering general guidance and education to master’s students and professors. Most interaction…

TODAY, November 12 at lunch in Room 650 – FREE FOOD – Outlining, Exam Prep, and Journal/Brief Writing Tips and Tricks

TODAY, November 12 at lunch in Room 650 – FREE FOOD – Outlining, Exam Prep, and Journal/Brief Writing Tips and Tricks

Join the Federalist Society TODAY at lunch in room 650 fur this koalaty event: Find your bearings at this outlining session focusing on how to 1) study for finals and 2) take finals. Nick Walter (3L) will be Skyping in from ASU in Washington, D.C. and will go over rules…

TUESDAY, November 12 at lunch in Room 650 – FREE FOOD – Outlining, Exam Prep, and Journal/Brief Writing Tips and Tricks

TUESDAY, November 12 at lunch in Room 650 – FREE FOOD – Outlining, Exam Prep, and Journal/Brief Writing Tips and Tricks

Join the Federalist Society fur this koalaty event: Find your bearings at this outlining session focusing on how to 1) study for finals and 2) take finals. Nick Walter (3L) will be Skyping in from ASU in Washington, D.C. and will go over rules and outlining strategies, focusing on unbearably…

Young ITA Writing Competition – Deadline January 15, 2020

YOUNG ITA WRITING COMPETITION AND AWARD “New Voices in International Arbitration” 2019-2020 Young ITA and the Institute for Transnational Arbitration are pleased to invite submissions for the second Young ITA Writing Competition and Award: “New Voices in International Arbitration”. Background: The Young ITA Writing Competition and Award “New Voices in…

TONIGHT!!! 5:30-7pm – An Evening with the Sheriff Paul Penzone

Come join the Criminal Law Association and the Government and Public Interest Law Student Association in learning about the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office’s role in Arizona criminal law and a discussion with the current Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone. Appetizers provided! Monday, November 4th 2019 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM…

Lodestar Dispute Resolution Center invites you to join Ethics In The Trenches for Family Mediators – Friday, September 27

The Lodestar Dispute Resolution Center & The Maricopa County Association of Family Mediators is hosting a special event workshop for family mediators.  And our ASU College of Law students are invited. This fascinating program will focus on resolving practical, real-world ethical dilemmas that professional mediators face inside the mediation room.…