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State regulator named to ASU law school post

Outgoing Arizona Corporation Commissioner Kris Mayes has been named to head a newly created program at Arizona State University’s law school.

Mayes will serve as a professor and director of the law and sustainability program at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law.

Mayes has championed renewable energy standards in the state during her tenure on the Corporation Commission. Mayes joined the commission in 2003.

The program is a partnership of the law school and ASU’s Global Institute of Sustainability.

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