An Arizona native, Alyssa VanNatter graduated from ASU in Spring 2021 with a dual major in Anthropology and Psychology. She has never been a super athletic individual; but what she lacks in athletic ability, she makes up for with academics and music. Throughout her undergrad, Alyssa’s dedication to her studies allowed her to make it onto the Dean’s List each semester. And while not in any professional manner, Alyssa has sung with multiple choirs and performed with multiple orchestras as a cellist. Despite having worked in a variety of professions, Alyssa has always had a special place in her heart for law. She’s a dog lover (just ask her about her mutt of a pup, Violet) and an avid fan of TV crime and legal shows. Believe us, she has seen all 494 episodes of Law and Order: SVU – at least three times each. Her interests include fashion and shopping (like most women), pop culture, and trying new, local restaurants. Alyssa and Violet currently reside in the Phoenix area. Alyssa is also planning to attend Arizona State University’s Law School in the Fall of 2022.
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(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents PGA Tour.) By J. Graber | Scottsdale Progress Sports betting is coming to Scottsdale. TPC Scottsdale has applied for a conditional use permit to build a sportsbook on a 3.2-acre parcel on the southeast corner of Hayden and Bell Roads, making Scottsdale one of the few Valley cities that host a facility for sports betting.
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Shruti Gurudanti, Rose Law Group corporate transactions chair who advises in area of space law, weighs in on the legalities involved when someone dies in space
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