Faculty News

Prof. Glennon recently gave a long radio interview to KXCI as part of their Fathoming Water: In Depth Discussion series. His interview on how water markets working in the U.S. can be listened to here .
CNBC & NPR's Here & Now recently interviewed Prof. Glennon about water issues; both stories aired on October 21, 2015. In the CNBC piece, How China is Changing Your Dinner Plate , Prof. Glennon discussed shipping bales of water-intensive alfalfa...
Border Patrol station in Southern Arizona

Image via Ronnie Pitman/Flickr.

Two years ago, University of Arizona Associate Professor of Law Jane Bambauer and Professor of Law Derek Bambauer were on the lookout for opportunities to submit public records requests that would help them better understand law enforcement procedures in the...
Prof. Robertson's recent article on direct to consumer drug advertising (DTCA), New DTCA--Enough to Empower Consumers? , was quoted in a September 18, 2015, article in the LA Times . Prof. Robertson's article commented on the FDA's recent proposed changes...
James Anaya , the Regents' and James J. Lenoir Professor of Human Rights Law and Policy and faculty co-chair of the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy program, will receive the 2015 Native American Bar Association of Arizona Community Award, recognizing...
Prof. Williams was quoted several times in an article, Why American Indian Tribes Are Getting Into the Marijuana Business , published on September 4, 2015, on the TIME website. Prof. Williams talked about the hope created in tribal communities when...
Dean Miller was featured in the September 15, 2015, University of Arizona Lo Que Pasa "Meet the Dean" column. Dean Miller discussed what he enjoys most about being Dean of Arizona Law, what one thing is happening now at the...
Prof. David Marcus was recently named one of three new 1885 Society Distinguished Scholars at the University of Arizona. The annual rewards are given for demonstrating leadership in their fields and a commitment to student engagement; recipients are given $10,000...
Don De Amicis has been named Executive Director of the National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade (NatLaw) and Professor of Practice at the College of Law. Dr. Boris Kozolchyk , NatLaw’s Founder and Executive Director since 1992, will continue...
Law Professor Catherine Gage O'Grady has joined the James E. Rogers College of Law as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. She will teach in the areas of professional responsibility and civil procedure, and will be a member of the college's...