More than a third of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law faculty, an exceptionally large component, have scholarly interests in the law's relationship to scientific and technical fields. Many of these Faculty Fellows bring scientific training and experience that preceded their legal careers. This strong faculty presence has been critical to both the Center's founding and growth at ASU.
Approximately 10 Center Student Scholars are selected from each class and each receives a $1,000 tuition fellowship that is independent of other financial assistance that may be provided by the College of Law or other sources. Center Scholars are active partners in the Center for Law, Science & Innovation, and participate in its management.
Many faculty from other departments at Arizona State University are also affiliated with the Center. (A far greater number of additional ASU faculty from various departments have participated in Center activities on the basis of the relevance of their expertise to a particular program or conference.)
The Center also relies upon the assistance of Research Fellows, who support Center activities and pursue reserach in conjunction with the Center and its Faculty Fellows.