Professor Claudine Pease-Wingenter joined
the faculty of Phoenix School of Law in Fall 2008. To-date, she has
taught Criminal Law, Federal Income Tax and Business Associations. She is
also developing a proposal for an intersession course on Homeschooling and the
Law. Professor Pease-Wingenter is a faculty advisor to the Asian Pacific
American Law Students Association (APALSA) and the Christian Legal Society
Professor Pease-Wingenter has published extensively, and her work has been cited numerous times by courts and other scholars. Professor Pease-Wingenter's scholarship focuses on three distinct areas: (1) evidentiary privileges in the tax & corporate setting, (2) legal issues impacting families, and (3) the influence of religion in shaping secular laws. Her articles are available at http://ssrn.com/author=703901. Professor Pease-Wingenter also hosts an academic blog at http://christianityandthelawblog.blogspot.com/.
Prior to joining the faculty of Phoenix School of Law, Professor Pease-Wingenter practiced corporate tax law for a number of years and was active in pro bono. As a law student, she clerked with the I.R.S. Office of Chief Counsel and several law firms. She is a member of the Order of the Barons and the Order of the Coif. Professor Pease-Wingenter has been admitted to the State Bar of Texas, as well as the Bar of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. She is also a member of the Arizona Asian American Bar Association.
Prior to law school, Professor Pease-Wingenter was a grade school teacher for several years. She taught Language Arts and Spanish in a parochial school, as well as Bilingual Education in a public school.
In her free time, Professor Pease-Wingenter is active in her church and volunteers with the Maricopa County Juvenile Justice Program.