The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law has named the 2022 Faculty Research Award winners. The awards highlight the scholarly achievement of University of Arizona Law faculty. This year’s winners are:
Distinguished Legal Scholar Award: Andrew Keane Woods
Distinguished Early Career Scholar Award: Shalev Roisman
Distinguished Public Service Scholar Award: Susie Salmon
Faculty Research Fellowship: Ellie Bublick
University of Arizona Professor of Law, and last year’s Distinguished Early Career Scholar Albertina Antognini served as this year’s Faculty Research Awards Committee Chair.
“The Committee was so impressed by the work our colleagues are doing and it was an honor and a pleasure for us to be able to recognize a few of them with these formal awards,” said Antognini. “Their areas of expertise range from considering the relationship between legal pedagogy and the practice of law, to the duties we owe strangers, to the law of presidential power, to the global regulation of the internet. In each of these topics our awardees are not only making original contributions to legal scholarship, but they are also having a considerable impact on policymaking and on-the-ground reform efforts.”
Jane Bambauer, professor of law, Chris Griffin, director of Empirical & Policy Research, Shefali Milczarek-Desai, director of the Workers’ Rights Clinic and co-chair of the Bacon Immigration Law and Policy Program and Simone Sepe, Chester H. Smith professor of law and finance, joined Antognini in this year’s Faculty Research Awards Committee, tasked with reviewing applications from the University of Arizona Law community and recommending this year’s award winners.
“All the applications submitted offered a compelling cross-section of the state of research at the College. Our faculty are experts who aren’t content with reaching just academic audiences. They are actively engaged as thought leaders with the toughest legal questions facing our national and global communities,” said Griffin.
About the Faculty Research Award Recipients
Andrew Keane Woods is a professor of law at the University of Arizona. His teaching and research interests include cybersecurity, the regulation of technology, and international law, both public and private. His scholarship has been selected for the Yale/Stanford/Harvard Junior Faculty Forum, and his articles have appeared or are forthcoming in the Yale Law Journal, the Stanford Law Review, the Vanderbilt Law Review, the Harvard International Law Journal, the Virginia Journal of International Law, and the Chicago Journal of International Law.
- Andrew Keane Woods Named Fulbright U.S. Scholars for the 2022-2023 Academic Year
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Shalev Roisman teaches courses in administrative law, constitutional law, and presidential power. His research focuses on presidential power, constitutional law, administrative law, national security law, and international law. Previously Roisman served as a Climenko Fellow and lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School, an attorney-adviser in the Office of Legal Counsel at the U.S. Department of Justice, and as an acting assistant professor of Lawyering at New York University School of Law.
- Presidential Law, 105 Minn. L. Rev. 1269 (2021)
- Book Review: The Originalist Presidency in Practice?
Susie Salmon is director of Legal Writing and clinical professor of Law at the University of Arizona. She also coaches the College of Law's ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition teams and supervises the writing-fellow program. Salmon's scholarship explores how longstanding practices and values in legal education affect access to justice, bias in the profession, and the legal profession as a whole; her recent scholarship also examines the role of rhetoric in the law-school curriculum and its potential impact on lawyer and law-student well-being.
- Treating Professionals Professionally: Requiring Security of Position for All Skills-Focused Faculty Under ABA Accreditation Standard 405(C) and Eliminating 405(D), 98 Or. L. Rev. 1 (2020) (co-author, with J. Lyn Entrikin et al.)
- Practice in Place: Law and Justice Go Viral, podcast produced by the University of Arizona Law Legal Writing Program and hosted by Professor Susan Salmon
Ellie Bublick is the Dan B. Dobbs Professor of Law at the University of Arizona. She is coauthor of the leading U.S. tort law treatise and hornbook, “The Law of Torts,” and “Hornbook on Torts,” with Dan Dobbs and Paul Hayden. Her books have been cited by the United States Supreme Court and by courts in every federal circuit and in forty-nine states. She has served as an advisor on the American Law Institute’s Restatement Third of Torts: Remedies, Intentional Torts, Liability for Economic Harm, and Coordination Project. She also serves as a co-editor and writer of the JOTWELL Torts blog (with Greg Keating), and previously served as chair of the Torts and Compensation Section of the Association of American Law Schools.