Charles A. Pulaski Jr.

Charles A. Pulaski Jr., 70, a former faculty member at Arizona State University College of Law and senior tax partner at Snell & Wilmer in Phoenix, died June 21, following a lengthy illness.


Pulaski had a distinguished career from 1980 to 1986 at ASU and, before that, as a law professor at the University of Iowa.


In addition to being a fine teacher, Pulaski was a dedicated scholar. In 1983, he co-authored a study examining the presence of racial discrimination in death penalty sentencing. Bartels called it “one of those truly seminal pieces, the first really good study of its kind, which is still an influential model for how people study these kinds of issues.”

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