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New York Halted Evictions. But What Happens When the Ban Ends?, New York Times January 2021 

Here's How Much Housing, Rental Prices Have Jumped In Phoenix Area, KJZZ December 2020

Eviction protections for renters set to expire at the end of the year, Arizona Public Media December 2020

New Research Released on the Costs of COVID-19 Evictions, National Low Income Housing Coalition Press Release November 2020

Unemployment aid, other programs set to expire as pandemic deepens, The Buffalo News November 2020

The High Cost of a Looming Eviction Wave, Route Fifty November 2020

Nearly 19 million Americans could lose their homes when eviction limits expire Dec. 31, CBS News November 2020

Evictions Damage Public Health. The CDC Aims to Curb Them ― For Now, Kaiser Health News October 2020

Free Tool Helps Renters Avoid Eviction by Generating Necessary Declaration To Invoke Trump Administration's New Order, AZ Central September 2020

Trump Plans Nationwide Eviction Moratorium Amid Stalled Stimulus Talks, MSN Newsweek September 2020

Online Court Pilot Gets Low Marks Ahead Of Wider Launch, Law 360 September 2020

Give the People the Law, Democracy Arguments September 2020

The Depression Era Lessons that can solve today’s evictions crisis, The Washington Post September 2020

The Coming Eviction Crisis: ‘It’s Hard to Pay the Bills on Nothing’, The New York Times August 2020 

Here’s what is actually in Trump’s four executive orders, The Washington Post August 2020 

Trump Promises Relief As Renters Await A Second Stimulus, Forbes August 2020 

40 million Americans are at risk of eviction without a stimulus bill, CNN August 2020 

Millions of Americans at risk of eviction after moratorium expired, Fox Business August 2020 

Calculating America’s eviction crisis: Up to 40 million people are at risk of being kicked out of their homes, Marketwatch August 2020

Evictions Across US Raise Concerns About Voting Process, VOA News August 2020 

'All Of Us Are Going To Feel The Impact': 40 Million Renters At Risk Of Eviction By Year's End, KJZZ August 2020 

As A Historic Eviction Crisis Looms, New Tech Companies Offer A Way For Landlords And Renters To Negotiate, Times of Entreprenuership August 2020

As eviction hiatus ends, landlords hustling out renters, Arkansas Democrat Gazette July 2020

Landlords Jump the Gun as Eviction Moratorium Wanes, New York Times July 2020

Renters At Risk: Federal Eviction Moratorium Set To Expire, WBUR (Boston NPR) July 2020

700 already facing homelessness in Pima County as state readies to lift eviction protection, Arizona Public Media July 2020

What Happens if 23 Million Renters Are Evicted?, Shelterforce July 2020

Arizona ban on evictions set to end as heat, infections soar, AP News July 2020

Housing groups ask Ducey to extend eviction moratorium until year end, July 2020

Tucson's housing network braces for 'pending tsunami' as Arizona eviction moratorium nears its end, Arizona Daily Star July 2020

Keith Bentele & Claudia Powell, University of Arizona College of Social and Behavioral Sciences: Southwest Institute for Research on Women, Forecasting Homelessness in Arizona During the COVID-19 Crisis, July 2020

Online Dispute Resolution's Role in a Post-Pandemic World, LexBlog June 2020

From Dinosaurs to Social Justice — How University of Arizona Teaches Digital Fluency, Adobe Blog June 2020

Pilot program to bring legal aid to domestic abuse accusers, AZ Daily Star June 2020

Nearly 600 facing eviction in Pima County as hearings proceed despite pandemic, AZPM June 2020

Eviction hearings resuming in Tucson amid calls for more renter assistance, May 2020

An Arm and a Leg Podcast, May 2020

ODR & COVID-19: Guest post from Prof. Stacy Butler (Arizona Law), Prawfs Blog May 2020

The Licensed Legal Advocate Pilot, Arizona Attorney April 2020

Legal Education, Get Ready for Regulatory ReformIAALS March 2020

'The Sniffles Vs. Open Heart Surgery': UA Law School Project Lets Non-Lawyers Help Domestic Violence Survivors, KJZZ February 2020

Training for nonlawyers to provide legal advice will start in Arizona in the fall, ABA Journal February 2020 

Arizona recently took its latest step toward rule changes that could allow non-lawyers to own stakes in law firms and offer legal servicesBig Law Business February 2020

Ariz. Tests Nonlawyer Advice For Domestic Violence Victims, Law 360 February 2020

Episode 60: Stacy Butler on Innovation for Justice, LawNext Podcast January 2020

Applying art to law, and shifting mindsets with Stacy Butler, Director Innovation for JusticeReimagining Justice Podcast November 2019

Pro Bono Work Should be Encouraged and Celebrated, But Much, Much More is Needed, IAALS October 2019

Arizona Task Force Calls for Wide-Ranging Practice Reforms, Including Eliminating Ban on Nonlawyer Ownership, LawSites October 2019

Arizona Takes Step to Scrap Rule That Keeps Big Four Out Big Law Business October 2019

Bringing Art School to Law School: Can Legal Design Change the Practice of Law? Above the Law September 2019

Powerhouse legal tech collaboration spawns Hello Landlord, LAWZAM August 2019

Fight Human Trafficking With Empathy, 7 San Diego News August 2019

University of San Diego, University of Arizona, Duke University and Harvard Law School’s Systemic Justice Project Put Collective Energy Toward Meeting the Needs of Human Trafficking Survivors, Above The Law August 2019

UA joins other universities to fight human trafficking, KOLD TV August 2019

UA partners with other law schools to support human trafficking survivors, KGUN 9 News August 2019

New Course Aims to Fight Human Trafficking with EmpathyTrafficking Matters August 2019

Universidad de Arizona brinda ayuda a víctimas de tráfico humanoUnivision August 2019

New Website Designed to Avoid Eviction Proceedings: Hello Landlord from BYU, the University of Arizona & SixFifty, The National Law Review July 2019

New app helps people deal with landlords, KTNV News July 2019

America is facing an eviction crisis. This tool could keep families in their homes, FastCompany June 2019

Changing The Narrative On Evictions: "A No Villains Rule" And A Real Solution, Forbes June 2019

In Unique Partnership, Two Law Schools And A Private Company Collaborate On Tool To Reduce Evictions, LawSites June 2019

Web-Based Tool Hello Landlord Aims To Decrease Evictions, Improve Tenant-Landlord Communication, KJZZ 91.5 June 2019

UA program launches online tool to help tenants, landlords deal with problems, AZ Daily Star June 2019

UA law students help create website to curb eviction problem, KVOA News June 2019

Wildcat involvement in creating 'Hello Landlord,' seeking reduced evictions nationwide, KGUN News June 2019

New website ‘Hello Landlord’ helps give renters back their voice, KOLD News June 2019

Pima County Says There Is an Eviction ProblemKGUN News, March 2019

Free panel discussion aims to find ways to prevent Tucson evictions,  Arizona Daily Star March 2019

Re-Thinking Legal Services,  Arizona Attorney, February 2019

Solutions: More affordable housing, right to legal counsel could ease Tucson's eviction problem,  Arizona Daily Star  November 2018

You Think Legal Education Can't Change?  8 Innovative Ideas from Law Schools, Legaltech News, November 2018

University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law and Brigham Young University Law School Develop Unique Collaboration, What Great Law Schools Do, November 2018

Is There a Better Way to Battle Evictions?, CityLab / The Atlantic Monthly, August 2018

Tackling Evictions: BYU And UA Law Schools Partner On Legal Research Project, National Law Review, August 2018

UA students to tackle Pima County's eviction woes in new law school course, Arizona Daily Star, August 2018

UA, BYU Partner To Study Housing Evictions And How To Decrease Them, National Public Radio, KJZZ, August 2018

UA College of Law teaming up with BYU to tackle eviction, KGUN 9 News, August 2018

Justice Innovation with Law School Design Labs, American Bar Association Dialogue, June 2018