Thursday, February 21, 2019

Arizona State University Adds Three Professors to Its Legal Writing Faculty

The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University announced the addition of three new faculty members starting in Fall 2019: Mary Bowman, Ann Ching, and Rachel Stabler.

Mary Bowman ASUMary Bowman will join ASU as a Clinical Professor of Law.  She is currently the Director of the Legal Writing Program at Seattle University Law School, where her scholarship has focused on the intersection of legal writing teaching and clinical teaching.  She has also published on topics relating to cognitive bias and the justice system.  She has been a member of the Legal Writing Institute Board of Directors for the past five years, where she has served as Co-Chair of the Professional Status Committee.

Ann Ching ASUAnn B. Ching will join ASU as an Associate Clinical Professor of Law. She previously taught legal writing at Pepperdine Law School and at the U.S. Army’s JAG School in Virginia before returning to Arizona where she has been practicing as the State Bar of Arizona Ethics Counsel.  Ann recently published “Military Justice in Film” in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Crime, Media, and Popular Culture.   While at Pepperdine, Ann regularly presented at national and regional conferences.

Rachel Stabler ASURachel Stabler will join ASU as an Associate Clinical Professor of Law. She has been on the writing faculty at the University of Miami School of Law since 2010.  She recently joined the Board of Editors of the Journal of the Legal Writing Institute.  Her most recent article, “Screen Time Limits: Reconsidering Presentation Software for the Law School Classroom,” is forthcoming in Volume 23 of the Journal.  She has also published in the Second Draft and is a regular presenter at national and regional conferences.

Hat tip to Prof. Kimberly Y.W. Holst at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.

(mew)

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