Student Events

The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership hosts many events that are available only to current Arizona State University students. These might include intimate lunch-and-learn type events with our lecture series speakers, lectures with visiting scholars or public figures visiting the school. 

Some of these events might be specifically for civic and economic thought and leadership major or minor students. If you have any questions about an event, please email us at and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have. 

Upcoming spring 2021 events

SCETL Annual Pre-Law Lecture: The Role of Lawyers in a Free Society

April 5 | 5:00 p.m. MST | Coor Hall L1-10

The Annual SCETL Pre-Law lecture aims to introduce SCETL and ASU students to the study and practice of law by inviting prominent professors of the law and other relevant fields to discuss law school itself, the application process and the study of law, as well as important topics relevant to the practice of law.

In this talk, Professor Wurman will make the case for law school, and for lawyers. He will explain why one should go to law school, what kind of lawyer one should aspire to be, and what all that has to teach us about the Constitution.

Space is limited, you must be registered to attend. 

Register now.

Civic Awareness Award

The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership has launched a new program for ASU students to earn recognition for attending events hosted by the school and its two centers. To learn more about the Civic Awarness Award, click here