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ASU Law alums earn prestigious tax law clerkships

Two graduates from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University have the opportunity to fine-tune their tax skills as clerks with the U.S. Tax Court in Washington, D.C.  There are only 30 tax court clerkships in this specialized field of law. ASU Law boasts two members in the 2023 cohort: Michael Shaw and Michael O’Neill. Both graduated with their Juris Doctor (JD) degrees in 2022. 

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Find out what some of ASU Law's alums are up to this fall.

Dan Burk

The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law community – and the entire American legal academic community – mourns the loss of Dan L. Burk, who passed away on Feb. 4. 

Judicial icon, groundbreaking Arizonan Sandra Day O’Connor dies at 93

Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman to serve on the United States Supreme Court and the namesake of Arizona State University’s law school, died December 1, 2023 at age 93. A trailblazer throughout her career, she made history as the first American woman to serve as a state Senate’s majority leader, as well as the first contemporary woman to have a law school named after her.
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