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University of Arizona Law’s Christopher Robertson , professor of law and associate dean for research and innovation, contributed to an amicus brief for Carpenter v. United States , a case that examines whether the warrantless seizure and search of historical...
University of Arizona Law welcomes Amanda Bynum (’09) as the director of externships and bar success, a newly formed position in the Career Development Office (CDO). Bynum will help students find externships and work with employers to create new opportunities...
The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law is proud to announce that Clinical Professor of Law Susan Salmon is its new director of legal writing. Salmon had been assistant director of legal writing since 2010 and succeeds...
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L to R: New Director of Legal Writing Susan Salmon, joined by new faculty Joy Herr-Cardillo, Diana Simon, Tessa Dysart, Carolyn Williams, and Sylvia Lett. Photo: Molly Condit/University of Arizona Law.

The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law legal writing program welcomes a new assistant director and five new faculty members. The new faculty will be led by recently appointed Director of Legal Writing Susan Salmon , who...
Keith Swisher is the new director of University of Arizona Law’s bachelor of arts in law and master of legal studies (MLS) programs. Swisher has taught at Arizona Law since 2015 and will continue in the classroom as a professor...
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CNBC “ Amazon faces a tax fight in South Carolina that could change how online sellers do business ” Aug. 15, 2017 University of Arizona Law’s John Swain , the Chester H. Smith Professor of Law, was interviewed by CNBC...
Bloomberg Trump Serves Notice on NAFTA: The U.S. Won't Accept a Touchup Aug. 16, 2017 University of Arizona Law’s David Gantz was interviewed by Bloomberg following the first day of talks between the U.S., Mexico and Canada to review the...
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The topic of “fake news” has dominated the headlines lately, but what exactly counts as fake news, and how can it be stopped? A new report from media and internet scholars at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College...
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Wall Street Journal The Case for Giving Health-Care Consumers a ‘Nudge’ June 25, 2017 University of Arizona Law’s Christopher Robertson , associate dean for research and innovation and professor of law, was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal to discuss...
University of Arizona Law Professor of Practice and Tribal Justice Clinic Director James Diamond has been appointed as a special prosecutor in the Pascua Yaqui Tribe court system, and clinic students will soon have the opportunity to appear in tribal...