Student Services

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…

Volunteer as a Poll Worker w/ the ABA’s Poll Worker, Esq. Project

The American Bar Association is partnering with the National Association of Secretaries of State and the National Association of State Election Directors to encourage lawyers, law students and other legal professionals to serve as nonpartisan poll workers for the upcoming 2020 election. Depending on the jurisdiction, tasks may range from…

Volunteer Remotely to Take Calls for the Statewide COVID-19 Hotline

Volunteer with the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education by answering calls and providing brief legal information and referrals –NOT LEGAL ADVICE—to people calling the statewide COVID-19 hotline.  Each shift to answer calls remotely is two hours.  Training is provided!  Please see the attached flyer with training dates and…

Wednesday, 9/9 – Please Attend Community Conversation on “ASU Law and the World Around Us”

Please RSVP for this Wednesday’s (9/9) Community Conversation on “ASU Law and the World Around Us.”   RSVP Link: https://forms.law.asu.edu/view.php?id=878406   We know many of you have been impacted by recent current events and have ideas on how ASU Law should respond.  We want to hear from you! This will…

9/3 You’re Invited to a Community Conversation w/ Law School Leadership Re the “Return to Fall”

This fall, members of the law school leadership and Student Services teams will host Community Conversations for small groups of students to help build a sense of community, get student feedback, and collaborate and identify opportunities for improvement. Each lunchtime session will focus on a different topic. We will also…

9/9 – Join a Discussion on Racism, Discrimination and Injustice in the Legal Profession

On September 9th from 3pm-4:30pm (AZ time), please join Collaborative Bar members for a groundbreaking virtual dialogue on racism, discrimination and systemic injustice in the courts and the practice of law. Together we will listen, share personal experiences and discuss actions we can take individually and collectively to effect positive,…

February 25th – Workplace and Campus Safety Training

On February 25th, please join us for a brown bag workplace and campus safety training, conducted by Becky Garcia, Crime Prevention Officer with Arizona State University’s Police Department. Come and learn: How to deescalate and/or respond to disruptive subjects The do’s and don’ts when setting up a meeting to deliver…

3/26 – Tolerance Means Dialogue and Apply for $750 Scholarship!

Please join us on March 26th for a great discussion and lunch! Professor Kramer will moderate a Tolerance Means Dialogue on “Religious Liberty & Culture War Over LGBT Rights: Can University Students Make a Difference?” in room 544 from noon to 1:00pm   RSVP Here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSekWnru7hoI5ItcEgwNf3y5DCip8wKbFMfi_n4D1HlUkpSmQg/viewform   Also submit an…

You’re Invited – February 25th Workplace and Campus Safety Training

On February 25th, please join us for a brown bag workplace and campus safety training, conducted by Becky Garcia, Crime Prevention Officer with Arizona State University’s Police Department. Come and learn: How to deescalate and/or respond to disruptive subjects The do’s and don’ts when setting up a meeting to deliver…

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…