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The Center for Law, Science and Innovation has been an established leader for over 30 years in addressing the extraordinary legal and regulatory problems caused by rapid developments in science and technology. The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University was the first in the country to create a center to address these challenges. As technology increasingly assumes a central role in our lives, the center is uniquely positioned to be an innovator and leader in the teaching and application of 21st century law and policy.

Joshua Abbott, Center Director
Gary Marchant, Faculty Director
Jay Jenkins, IP Director
Debb Relph, Program Coordinator

Diana Bowman, Faculty Fellow
Betsy Grey, Faculty Fellow

Michael Arkfeld
Arnie Calica
Dan Christensen
Larry Cohen
Kirk T. Hartley
James (Jim) Hennessy
Gerard (Jerry) Lewis
Keith Lindor
Dawn Marchant
Robert (Bob) J. Milligan
Roger N. Morris
Dr. George Poste
K Royal
John Shufeldt
Judge Roslyn O. Silver
Yvonne Stevens
Cory Tyszka

Raj Abhyanker
Arellano Alexis
Sarah Arnold
Casey Ball
Jamie Balson
Kalyn Behnke
Elizabeth Bertram
Samuel Blake
Benjamin Bryce
Lauren Burkhart
Michelle Burlin
Jennifer Chapman
Eric Chen
Danielle Chronister
Robert Clarke
Casey Clowes
Victoria Cook
Rachel Coor
Robert Copple
Alicia Corbett
Josh Covey
Michael Croweak
Rebecca DeWitt
Michael Donovan
Alek Emery
Alexandra Izuel Evans
Lauren Ferrigni
Diva Galan
Lundyn Garrett
Scott Gibson
Kia Grass
Chelsea Gulinson
Derek Hamilton
Katherine Hanna
Corey Harbison
Ashley Hardy
Tessa Hustead
Ross Kader
Amena Kheshtchin-Kamel
Lyn Gaudet Kiehl
Daniel Kolomitz
Peter Krehbiel
Vanessa Lancaster

Amanda Lewis
Daniel Libbey
Gabriel Abad Lim
Rachel Lindor
Kellie Manders
Ian McLane
Robert Makar
Anthony Marenna
Anthony Marino
Nathaniel May
Mason McCarty
David Medina
Courtney Moran
May Mowzoon
Jennifer Murphey
Neil Malamuth
Robin Nagele
Nisha Noroian
Justin Powley
Joshua Rayes
Rebecca Reiben
Brian Richardson
K Royal
Susan Russo
Heather Sapp
Daniel Schwiebert
Kristyne Shaaf-Olson
Angelica Simpson
Bridget Smith
Shauna Stein
Lauren Stewart
Tammy Thibodeau
Andrew Thiery
Lucille Tournas
Hannah Vice
Johnathon Webb
John Webster
Sarah Wetter
Kim Weidenaar
Racheal White Hawk
Gregory Wilmoth
Alan Witt
Karen Wohlgemuth

3L

Joseph Cada
Summer Comstock
Nancy Craig
Alexander (AJ) Gilman
Ji Kang
Jessica Kemper
Daniel Neally

2L

Colleen Contreras
Kaitlin DiMaggio
Drew Hensley
Walter Johnson
Christina Jovanovic
Steven Laxton
Erin Mitchell
Sarah Pook
Anthony Pusateri
Rachel Richman
Amanda Waters
Daniel Weiss
Benjamin Yeager

1L

Emily Carey
David Carvalho
Rachel Crowley
Asha Devineni
Jessica Fitzgerald
Trent Hoffman
Kaylee Hoffner
Lauren Norton
Cory Owan
Alec Tyra

Projects

The Center for Law, Science and Innovation is working at the intersection of cutting-edge technology and the law. Our groundbreaking projects and programs include:

Our neuroscience events focus on different findings each event, with one of our more recent events being the Aging Brain, and the legal and ethical dilemmas behind the developments in neuroscience, genetics and the clinical treatment of dementia and aging.

Blockchain is predicted to become a foundational technology underlying international supply chains, smart contracts, new personal identifications systems, medical advances and much more. LSI is host to workshops and speaker series focused on blockchain and the law, as well as its popular Blockchain Interest Group.

Artificial intelligence is changing the way companies do business and hire employees, governments provide services, and attorneys practice law. 

With the increase in infringement of patents reading on complex products, the international Patent Remedies for Complex Products (INPRECOMP) will help advance scholarships in this area by bringing together leading international patent scholars.

Substantial progress has been made in understanding the role of human aging as the main force of diseases in regards to aging.  A number of interventions have found promising data on the rate of the aging process as well as reducing the rate of multiple chronic diseases and could possibly improve the human healthspan in regards to the quality as well as length.

The eDiscovery and Digital Evidence conference is focused on the practical and cutting- edge issues that are affecting electronic information, information governance and data analytics. The conference brings together attorneys, jurists, and legal and technological professionals to discuss the wide array of issues between current and emerging technologies.

The annual GETS conference, held in May consists of plenary and session presentations and discussion on regulatory, governance, legal, policy, social and ethical aspects of emerging technology. Submission for abstracts are encouraged by the co sponsor and can be submitted here.

Events

Research

Articles, reports, and other research by the Center for Law, Science and Innovation’s faculty, fellows, and community.

Students

Conference Speakers

Robert Singleton

INTEL

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Adam Cheise

Snell & Wilmer

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Lary Flint

Graphic Designer

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Melisa Pomero

Support

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Certificate in Law, Science and Technology

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Center Scholars

JD Students interested in being more involved with the center can apply to be Center Scholars. These students 

Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science and Technology

Jurimetrics is a publication of the ABA’s Section of Science & Technology Law and the Center for Law, Science and Innovation. The journal is staffed and edited by JD students passionate about the intersection of law, science, and technology, and lead by Faculty Editor Diana Bowman and Managing Editor Deborah J. Pogson. Learn more about Jurimetrics here.