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Faculty Directory

Faculty

World-class Faculty

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.

Angela Banks
Angela Banks

Angela M. Banks serves as the Vice Dean and Charles J. Merriam Distinguished Professor of Law. She is an immigration and citizenship expert whose research focuses on membership and belonging in democratic societies.

Jennifer Barnes
Jennifer Barnes

Jennifer Barnes is an advocate for justice and public interest in both the classroom and the courtroom. She serves as Director of the Civil Litigation Clinic and teaches students the ethical practice of law. .

Paul Bender
Paul Bender

Paul Bender teaches courses on U.S. and Arizona constitutional law. He has written extensively about constitutional law, intellectual property and Indian law,

Khaled Beydoun
Khaled Beydoun

Professor Beydoun teaches in the areas of constitutional law, critical race theory, national security, law and technology, and their intersections.

Daniel Bodansky
Daniel Bodansky

Bodansky is a leading authority on international environmental law and global climate change law. He teaches courses in public international law and sustainability.

Diana Bowman
Diana Bowman

Diana M. Bowman 's research analyzes and informs the development of smarter governance and regulation of innovation in order to simultaneously enhance creativity, improve public health and deliberation of emerging tech.

Mary Bowman
Mary Bowman

Karen Bradshaw
Karen Bradshaw

Charles Calleros
Charles Calleros

Charles Calleros’ research interests include comparative contract law; international conflict of laws; the intersection of free speech with race and gender discrimination; and various issues regarding legal education.

Andrew Carter
Andrew Carter

Susan Chesler
Susan Chesler

Susan Chesler teaches Legal Method and Writing, Legal Advocacy, and Contract Drafting and Negotiating. Her scholarship focuses on transactional drafting and applied legal storytelling. She started teaching at ASU in 2008.

Ann Ching
Ann Ching

Adam Chodorow
Adam Chodorow

Chodorow is the Jack E. Brown Professor of Law. His research and teaching interests lie in tax and business law.

Laura Coordes
Laura Coordes

​Laura Coordes's research focuses on bankruptcy and financial distress, including commercial law, large corporate reorganizations, and local government finance and policy.

Evelyn Cruz
Evelyn Cruz

​Evelyn Cruz is the director of the College of Law's Immigration Clinic which represents foreign-born foster children in immigration matters. She teaches and writes about immigration and legal education.

Linda Demaine
Linda Demaine

Professor Demaine's research interests include the empirical analysis of law, legal procedure, and legal decision making, the application of legal and psychological perspectives to social issues, and advances in technology.

Alyssa Dragnich
Alyssa Dragnich

Aaron Fellmeth
Aaron Fellmeth

Aaron Fellmeth is a leading expert in public international law and international business law. He is a Co-Chair of the ABILA International Human Rights Committee and a past Co-Chair of the ASIL Human Rights Interest Group.

Patty Ferguson Bohnee
Patty Ferguson Bohnee

Patty Ferguson-Bohnee has substantial experience in Indian law, election law and policy matters, voting rights, and status clarification of tribes. She is the director of the Indian Legal Clinic at ASU.

Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff
Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff

Fordyce-Ruff joins ASU as an associate clinical professor of law.

Joel Friedman
Joel Friedman

Joel Friedman is a leading authority on labor and employment discrimination law. He teaches courses in Labor Law, Employment Discrimination, Civil Procedure and Evidence.

David Gartner
David Gartner

David Gartner teaches Constitutional Law, Law and Democracy, International Institutions, Foreign Relations Law, and Global Health Law and Policy.

Betsy Grey
Betsy Grey

Betsy Grey publishes and teaches in the areas of tort law, products liability and mass tort litigation, as well as neuroscience and law.

Jamie Grischkan
Jamie Grischkan

Professor Grischkan's work explores the rise and regulation of bank holding companies, the relationship between antitrust law and financial regulation, and the historical development of the American antimonopoly tradition.

Zachary Gubler
Zachary Gubler

Zachary Gubler's research interests lie in the areas of corporate law and financial and securities regulation. His recent work has focused on insider trading law and the institutional design of securities regulation.

Tamara Herrera
Tamara Herrera

Tamara Herrera teaches various legal writing courses, Indian Legal Research, and Property. Her scholarly interests include legislative drafting, tribal law, and legal writing pedagogy.

Art Hinshaw
Art Hinshaw

Art Hinshaw is the Director of the Lodestar Dispute Resolution Program at ASU. His research and teaching interests lie in the field of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), primarily mediation and negotiation.

James Hodge
James Hodge

James G. Hodge, Jr., JD, LLM, is the Peter Kiewit Foundation Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Public Health Law and Policy at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU.

Kimberly Holst
Kimberly Holst

Kimberly Holst's scholarship examines the intersection of law and media—particularly how media impacts public understanding of law. She frequently presents on effective law school pedagogy before domestic and international audiences.

Esther Hong
Esther Hong

Amy Langenfeld
Amy Langenfeld

​Amy Langenfeld’s research pursuits include judicial writing, legislative drafting, and oral communications skills for professional settings.

Rhett Larson
Rhett Larson

Rhett Larson's teaching and research focus on international and domestic water law and policy.

Stacy Leeds
Stacy Leeds

Stacy Leeds is the Willard H. Pedrick Dean and Regents Professor of Law. She is an Indigenous law and policy scholar and an experienced leader in law, higher education, economic development and conflict resolution.

Stefanie Lindquist
Stefanie Lindquist

Lindquist joined ASU in 2016. She is recognized as an expert on the U.S. Supreme Court, constitutional law, administrative law, and empirical legal studies and award-winning educator.

Erik Luna
Erik Luna

Erik Luna is the Amelia D. Lewis Professor of Constitutional and Criminal Law. He teaches and writes primarily in the areas of criminal law and criminal procedure.

Gary Marchant
Gary Marchant

Marchant frequently lectures about the intersection of law and science at national and international conferences. He's authored more than 150 articles and book chapters on various issues related to emerging technologies.

Ben McJunkin
Ben McJunkin

Professor McJunkin teaches and writes in the areas of criminal law and procedure, with particular focus on the criminalization of sexual violence and the policing of marginalized communities.

Susan McMahon
Susan McMahon

Eric Menkhus
Eric Menkhus

Caitlin Millat
Caitlin Millat

Caitlin Millat is an associate professor of law. Her work focuses on education, the family, gender and the law, and children and the law.

Robert Miller
Robert Miller

​Robert J. Miller’s areas of expertise are civil procedure, federal Indian law, American Indians and international law, American Indian economic development and Native American natural resources.

Chad Noreuil

Chad Noreuil teaches Legal Method and Writing, Legal Advocacy, Criminal Law, Prisoner Rights, and a course on passing the bar exam at ASU. He is an author and national lecturer for BarBri.

Trevor Reed
Trevor Reed

Professor Reed teaches courses in Federal Indian Law, Property and Intellectual Property. His research aims to assist Indigenous Peoples in protecting and promoting their creativity and innovation.

Troy Rule
Troy Rule

Troy Rule's research focuses on emerging property law and regulatory issues involving wind energy, solar energy, domestic drones and other technologies.

Michael Saks
Michael Saks

Saks’ research interests focus on empirical studies of law and the legal system, evidence law, the law's use of science, the behavior of the litigation system, and legal policy affecting medical patient safety.

Erin Scharff
Erin Scharff

Erin Adele Scharff writes about tax policy and tax federalism.

Michael Selmi

Selmi teaches and writes in the areas of employment discrimination, employment law and civil rights.

Rachel Stabler
Rachel Stabler

Douglas Sylvester
Douglas Sylvester

Douglas Sylvester was the 8th dean of the College of Law at ASU. Under his leadership, ASU Law reached historic heights ranked 25th in the nation (up from 40th in 2012) and 8th among public law schools.

James Weinstein
James Weinstein

James Weinstein's areas of academic interest are Constitutional Law, especially Free Speech, as well as Jurisprudence and Legal History.

Justin Weinstein-Tull
Justin Weinstein-Tull

Weinstein-Tull teaches Constitutional Law, the Fourteenth Amendment, and a seminar on Federalism.

Ilan Wurman
Ilan Wurman

Ilan Wurman is an associate professor at the College of Law, where he teaches administrative law and constitutional law. He writes on administrative law, separation of powers, and constitutionalism.