The Center for Law, Science and Innovation serves as a resource to support and connect our students with unique content, contacts, skills, and resources to prepare them for modern legal practice. ASU Law offers more than 50 law, science, and technology related courses, supported and taught by our 50+ faculty fellows. Programs and projects include annual conferences, workshops and speakers, individual and group research activities, and sci-tech externships and clinical work.
Certificate in Law, Science and Technology
JD students can supplement and enhance their degree with the Law, Science and Technology (LST) Certificate. The certificate program includes focused coursework, mentorship, and extracurricular educational opportunities for preparing 21st century lawyers. Please note that this certificate is available only to JD students currently enrolled at ASU Law.
In addition to earning the general LST Certificate, students may choose one or more of the following focus areas:
- Intellectual Property
- Life Sciences
- Data, Privacy and Security
For more information on the Law, Science and Technology Certificate, click below.
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Center for Law, Science and Innovation projects
The Center for Law, Science and Innovation is an established leader in addressing the extraordinary legal and regulatory questions triggered by rapid developments in science and technology. ASU Law was the first in the country to create a center focused on the topics that now make headlines every day.
LSI’s mission is to use law to enable innovation for the betterment of society. By facilitating interdisciplinary efforts among students, faculty, professionals, policy-makers, and industries, the center tackles the shared challenges and themes of emerging technology governance, such as:
- Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies
- Artificial Intelligence and the Law
- International Coordination
- Privacy and Security
- Pacing Law with Science
- Big Data, Analytics, and the Internet of Things
- Human Enhancement
- Soft Law / Standards
- Technology and Access to Justice
- Human Relationships and Technology
- Technological Unemployment
- Precautionary Principle
- Sustainable Technology Development
- Regulation and Reimbursement