Faculty News

Rebecca Tsosie , internationally recognized as one of the most respected legal scholars in the field of federal Indian law and indigenous peoples' human rights, will join the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law faculty as Regents’...
The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law has hired Barbara Bergman as director of the advocacy program and professor of law. Bergman joins Arizona Law from the University of New Mexico School of Law, where she served...
The University of Arizona announced that Professor of Law Brent White has been named the vice provost for international education to head the new International Education Office in Academic Initiatives and Student Success. Prior to his vice provost appointment, White...
The American Society for International Law (ASIL) presented Professor James Anaya with its 2016 Goler T. Butcher Medal during its annual meeting in Washington, D.C. The medal is awarded each year to "a distinguished person of American or other nationality,...
Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and all who are interested in the opportunities, challenges, and impact of this fundamental right on our campus community, are invited to learn and discuss our obligations as a public institution of higher education, lessons in...
QuantLaw conference University of Arizona College of Law

Arizona Law professor Christopher Robertson kicks off the 2016 QuantLaw conference.

In the age of Big Data, it has become increasingly critical to apply quantitative principles to law and policy challenges. And so, during a warmer than usual winter weekend Feb. 12-13 in Tucson, the University of Arizona College of Law...
Prof. Kristine Huskey recently published an opinion piece in the Stars & Stripes . Her piece, Candidates too eager to strain military , can be read here .
Recently Career Associate , a US legal career guide, interviewed Prof. Robert Mundheim about his career as a high-ranking government official, law school professor and dean, and co-chairman in several major law firms. The interview is part of the publications...
On Feb. 26, James Anaya , Regents' Professor and James J. Lenoir Professor of Human Rights Law and Policy and Co-Chair of the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy program , was appointed by the president of the United Nations (UN)...
Marketplace "The power of superdelegates and campaign contributions" March 1, 2016 As voters took to the polls for Super Tuesday, the Marketplace radio show interviewed Arizona Law professor and associate dean Christopher Robertson about how superdelegates are influenced by campaign...