Popko speaks at Phoenix Rotary 100 meeting
Clinical Professor Zig Popko recently spoke to Phoenix Rotary 100 about the Second Amendment and issues relating to gun control, the mentally ill and depictions of violence in popular culture.
Phoenix Rotary 100 published an article about Popko in their newsletter, announcing that the Aug. 16 event would be the Club’s kick-off in its series on guns and violence in America.
To view a PDF of the article, click here.
Popko is the founding director of the College’s Post-Conviction Clinic and teaches a sentencing seminar and workshop. Before joining the faculty in 2001, he was an Assistant Federal Public Defender in Phoenix and also served as the Visiting Assistant Federal Public Defender to the General Counsel’s Office of the U.S. Sentencing Commission.