Editor in Chief
John Howard is currently finishing his Juris Doctor degree at the University of Arizona’s Rogers College of Law. Prior to pursuing a J.D. Mr. Howard first obtained his Master’s degree in Legal Studies focusing primarily on the study of intellectual property law and policy. As part of his studies Mr. Howard spent a summer working with the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the Law, in Senator Jeff Flake’s office where he researched many technology and law policy issues. Mr. Howard has worked in multiple technical fields including as an audio engineer, lab technician, and IT support analyst. As an IT support analyst for the University of Arizona’s College of Medicine Mr. Howard supported several hundred users across multiple campuses with software, network, and hardware issues. As a lab technician for Pima Community College’s Advanced Electronics Lab Mr. Howard helped create a curriculum on photovoltaic systems by designing and building practical applications of photovoltaic technologies. Mr. Howard graduated Cum Laude from the University of Arizona with a bachelor of fine arts degree in Media Arts. He was also awarded the Outstanding Graduating Senior Award for the Theatre, Film, and Television program. In 2012, Mr. Howard was awarded the Peter Treistman Internship award for his work developing and producing a series of short promotional videos for the University of Arizona’s department of Biomedical Communications. Mr. Howard is the Editor in Chief for Arizona Law’s Journal of Emerging Technology where he will help guide the journal in its early stages of production and publication. In this role Mr. Howard will help ensure that LJET is providing its readers with quality and highly relevant material.