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Faculty Directory

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World-class faculty and administrators provide students with opportunities to gain insights and practical skills needed to address legal challenges locally, nationally, and globally. With over 300 combined years of faculty practice experience, students have access to leading experts on a broad range of topics. Many of our faculty are also practicing attorneys and professionals. This means students have direct access to potential employers and externship opportunities.

Kenneth Abbott
Kenneth Abbott

Abbott's research focuses on the interdisciplinary study of international law and politics, focusing on public and private global governance . He is is a lead faculty member of the Earth System Governance Project.

Robert Bartels
Robert Bartels

Bob Bartels has litigated more than 300 civil and criminal cases in various state and federal courts, including five oral arguments in the U.S. Supreme Court. Professor Bartels has been an Assistant and Special Assistant U.S.

Guy Cardineau
Guy Cardineau

Cardineau is an Emeritus Professor, a member of the Mexican Academy of Sciences, and has more than 140 patents and applications worldwide, with 30 issued US patents, including the concept of using plants to produce vaccines.

Bob Dauber
Bob Dauber

Most of Bob Dauber’s teaching energies are devoted to supervising and instructing student attorneys in Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law's Civil Justice Clinic.

Ira Ellman
Ira Ellman

Dale Furnish
Dale Furnish

Sanford Guerin
Sanford Guerin

Prior to joining the College of Law faculty, Sanford Guerin was a faculty member at the University of Denver.

David Kader
David Kader

David Kaye
David Kaye

Kaye is a Regents' Professor Emeritus at ASU and Distinguished Professor Emeritus at PSU. His research focuses on the law of evidence, the use of science and statistics in litigation, and on genetics and the law.

Gary Lowenthal
Gary Lowenthal

Myles Lynk
Myles Lynk

Myles Lynk teaches civil procedure, legal ethics and professional responsibility, business organizations and corporate governance. He also teaches law and literature seminar for students in Barrett, The Honors College.

Alan Matheson
Alan Matheson

Jonathan Rose
Jonathan Rose

Rose's current scholarly interests involve medieval and early modern English legal history. His research focuses the legal profession and the operation of the legal system in medieval and early modern England.

Milton Schroeder
Milton Schroeder

Ann Stanton
Ann Stanton

Stanton’s currently working on a new book titled, "Children’s Rights and the Law."

Judy Stinson
Judy Stinson

Victoria Trotta
Victoria Trotta

Bonnie Tucker
Bonnie Tucker

Michael White
Michael White

Michael J. White’s work lies principally in the areas of history of philosophy, science and mathematics, especially during Greek and Roman antiquity, of formal logic and political philosophy, moral theory and jurisprudence.

Laurence Winer
Laurence Winer

Laurence Winer's scholarship focuses on the First Amendment and government regulation of the media and includes published articles, amicus briefs and various government filings.