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As part of University of Arizona Law's 2017 Homecoming festivities, learn about how your legacy of public and community service lives on in the present generation of law students at Proud Legacy, Promising Future: Arizona Law Public Interest Advocacy ,...
University of Arizona Law 3L Joshua Messick earned the 2017 International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA) Shannon Bybee Scholarship for his Arizona Law Review article, Rejecting the Zero-Sum Game in Daily Fantasy Sports . Scholarly research papers submitted for the...
BA in Law students from Ocean University of China at the University of Arizona
This fall the University of Arizona welcomed to campus 14 Bachelor of Arts in Law students from the dual degree program at Ocean University of China in Qingdao, China. The students, all juniors, are the first from Ocean University travel...
Environmental research at the University of Arizona
The annual Environmental Breakfast Club, hosted by University of Arizona Law, brings together faculty and staff from across The University of Arizona campus to discuss works in progress on the environment and natural resources. Presentations will be held on the...
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Huffington Post Challenges to Nestlé’s Bottled Water Strategy Sept. 20, 2017 University of Arizona Law’s Robert Glennon provided insight to Huffington Post in an opinion piece about the challenges that Nestlé Waters North America is currently facing, stemming from their...
Zoey Kotzambasis at a Federalist Society event

University of Arizona Law student Zoey Kotzambasis, far left, attended the Federalist Society's national Supreme Court conference in July, where she networked and prepared for her tenure as president of the UA chapter. Image courtesy of The Federalist Society.

Our Student Snapshot series provides a quick glance at University of Arizona Law students at work and in and out of the classroom . University of Arizona Law 3L and UA Federalist Society President Zoey Kotzambasis had a clear mission...
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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...
In response to growing interest in how indigenous food systems, traditional knowledge, and economic development can drive Native nation building, the University of Arizona’s Indigenous Governance Program (IGP) and University of Arizona Law’s Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy (IPLP) Program...
Simon Tam in front of the U.S. Supreme Court

The Slants founder Simon Tam in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. Image via The Slants/Instagram.

It turns out the fortune cookie was right. A few months after oral arguments for his U.S. Supreme Court case, Matal v. Tam , Simon Tam received a promising prediction in a fortune cookie: “A judgment will rule in your...
9th Circuit Appellate Representation Clinic University of Arizona Law

The students, along with clinic director Willie Jordan-Curtis, outside the 9th Circuit's Pasadena, California courthouse.

The stakes were high, but the students from University of Arizona Law’s 9 th Circuit Appellate Representation Clinic were ready and in the end, came away with an impressive victory. Each year, the 9 th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals...