Joy Herr-Cardillo joined University of Arizona Law full time in 2017 after teaching as a part-time professor of practice since 2002. Professor Herr-Cardillo spent 15 years as a commercial litigator in Tucson before spending 18 years as the staff attorney in the Tucson office of the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest, where she worked on a range of legal issues including environmental law, government accountability, public education, and direct democracy. She has written on environmental law topics. Herr-Cardillo is a graduate of the University of Michigan and is an Arizona Law alumna.
- 100 Years of Keeping the Trust: The Historic Role of the Judiciary in Protecting Arizona's State Land Trust, 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 589 (2012) (co-author, with Timothy M. Hogan).
- Indirect Source Review: Is it a Strategy that Could Help Phoenix Finally Clear its Air? 43 Ariz. St. L.J. 735 (2011).
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J.D. University of Arizona1984Graduated with highest distinction; Managing Editor, Arizona Law Review
A.B. University of Michigan1978
Admitted to Practice
Associate Professor of Legal Writing & Assistant Clinical Professor of LawJames E. Rogers College of Law2017 - present
Staff AttorneyArizona Center for Law in the Public Interest1999 - 2017
Part-Time Professor of PracticeRogers College of Law2002 - 2017
Adjunct Assistant ProfessorRogers College of Law1991 - 1993
DirectorStreich Lang, P.A.1984 - 1999