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It was just a small detail: a logo on a shirt. 

Having achieved his dream of working in the sports industry, a student at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University is helping local high schoolers do the same.

The law is a mystery to most people and can be a scary path to navigate.

Often it seems there is nowhere to turn — or it takes thousands of dollars to find the answer.

Editor's note: ASU Juris Doctor candidate Ember Van Vranken recently

Arizona State University and the city of Phoenix are paying tribute to the life and civic contributions of Sandra Day O’Connor on the anniversary of her swearing-in to the Supreme Court.

Baseball. It’s a common thread throughout the life of Arizona State University alumnus Judge Lawrence Anderson.

While millions of fans are playing fantasy football this fall and pretending to be football executives, Phil Ofili, a first-year student in ASU Law’s Master of

Autonomous cars, 3D printing, blockchain technology: With so much emerging tech, how are we ever going to keep up with regulation? 

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