Profiles in "Law" Expertise Area

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Kimberly Holst's scholarship examines the intersection of law and media—particularly how media impacts public understanding of law. She presents on effective law school pedagogy before domestic and international audiences.
  • Mark Hannah's research examines intersections of law, rhetoric, and expertise in complex, multi-disciplinary problem-solving contexts.
  • As an historian and lawyer, Davis focuses on civil rights, employment, and property law, and particularly on constitutional issues of race and identity.
  • Dr. Fradella seeks to narrow the gap between empirical knowledge and law, policy, and practice related to criminal justice and constitutional rights.
  • Kristen Hermann has 24 years of experience in academic and student affairs administration. She has been significantly involved in building and expanding the first four-year residential experience at ASU and in the PAC 12.
  • José Cárdenas was in private practice for 30 years before joining ASU in 2009 as chief legal advisor. He serves on the boards of many ASU affiliated entities, is active in the community and is the host of KAET's Horizonte.
  • Rigoni's research interests include legal philosophy, legal reasoning, logic, semantics, contract law and restitution. He has previously taught Ethics, Business Ethics, Law & Philosophy, Political Economy and Philosophy.