ASU Law announces new leadership positions
The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University has announced the following new appointments and expanded roles on its leadership team.
Adam Chodorow is now vice dean, taking on broader responsibilities in the external relations of the school, in addition to continuing to serve as the Jack E. Brown Professor of Law.
Zachary Kramer is now executive associate dean with broader responsibilities for the day-to-day function of the school, in addition to continuing as a professor of law and the Mary Sigler Fellow.
Eric Menkhus is now associate dean of centers, programs and innovations leading efforts to support and grow the school’s centers of excellence in research and teaching.
Tamara Herrera is now associate dean of academic affairs, succeeding Chodorow in this role, with oversight of academic experience for students and faculty.
Victoria Sahani is newly appointed as associate dean of faculty development, succeeding Herrera in this role, to support faculty research and innovation.
Kathlene Rosier is newly appointed as assistant dean of institutional progress to focus her efforts on the student experience. She will continue to serve as executive director of ASU Law’s Indian Legal Program.
“A big part of what makes ASU Law so special is our stellar faculty and staff who work hard every day to ensure we are delivering the most exceptional law school experience possible,” ASU Law Dean Douglas Sylvester said.
“As we all are facing challenging times, I am confident we will overcome these circumstances with this team, and I continue to be so grateful to be a part of the ASU Law community.”