Faculty News

Prof. Rabin was recently named a faculty fellow in the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice. The two-year appointment recognizes up to six outstanding mid-career faculty at the University of Arizona in the areas of environment, social...
Prof. Salmon was recently profiled in two publications. LWI Lives , a publication of the Legal Writing Institute, wrote an article about her for their October 2014 issue; you can read it here . Tim Eigo, editor-in-chief of Arizona Attorney...
Prof. Derek Bambauer was recently interviewed on KVOA TV, Channel 4, concerning the recent lawsuit brought by the ACLU on behalf of four Arizona bookstores, alleging that Arizona’s &kdquo;revenge porn” law is unconstitutional. Prof. Bambauer stated that while other states...
Prof. Rabin discusses the difficulty of proving asylum claims for domestic abuse in a September 12, 2014, article on Slate , “Who Gets to Stay? The courts are finally granting asylum to victims of domestic abuse. Victims of gang violence...
Congratulations are in order for Prof. Mundheim , as The American Lawyer has announced he will be one of eight lawyers to be recognized as Lifetime Achievers in 2014. This is the 11th year the magazine has given out these...
The Bacon Immigration Law & Policy Program recently published a report, co-authored by the programs Director, Prof. Nina Rabin , and Tiana O’Konek, Bacon Fellow 2011 - 2013, entitled Out of the Shadows: The Working Conditions of Immigrant Women in...
On August 24, 2014, The Sacramento Bee published an opinion by Prof. Glennon , Sensible Tiered Water Rates Needed to Curb Use . In the piece, Prof. Glennon recommended California water suppliers institute tiered water rates now to ensure the...
In an August 20, 2014, article in Indian Country Today , Prof. Atwood commented on the impact of Child and Family Services v. J.E., et al. , decided by the Second Court of Appeals in California on August 15, 2014...
The Chronicle of Higher Education published Dean White ’s commentary, The Case for Undergraduate Law Degrees , on August 18, 2014. Read the commentary here .
Prof. Glennon discussed the impact of growing alfalfa in Arizona and shipping it to China on water supplies in Arizona and elsewhere in the southwest in an August 12, 2014, NPR piece. Listen and read a transcript here .