Profiles in "Constitutional Law" Expertise Area

  • Vidal-Aparicio teaches at Arizona State University and the Maricopa Community Colleges. His doctoral dissertation studies how deliberative democratic innovations can help recover political trust. He is the author of 500 Preguntas al Nacionalismo Español.
  • Charles Calleros’ research interests include international and comparative contract law; international conflict of laws; intersection of free speech with race and gender discrimination; and issues regarding legal education.
  • Lehman has taught at ASU for 27 years and her research interest is in judicial selection systems as it influences judicial behavior and outcomes.
  • Michael Stanford is a faculty fellow, a licensed attorney, and a literary scholar with a particular interest in literature about the law.
  • Laurence Winer's scholarship focuses on the First Amendment and government regulation of the media and includes published articles, amicus briefs and various government filings.
  • Paul Bender teaches courses on U.S. and Arizona constitutional law. He has written extensively about constitutional law, intellectual property and Indian law,
  • James Weinstein's areas of academic interest are Constitutional Law, especially Free Speech, as well as Jurisprudence and Legal History.
  • David Gartner teaches Constitutional Law, Law and Democracy, International Institutions, Foreign Relations Law, and Global Health Law and Policy.
  • 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.