Faculty News

Join the Business Law program and Business Law Society for the popular annual series, Conversations with Bob Mundheim. The 2016 series kicks off March 7. The series features Professor of Corporate Law and Finance Bob Mundheim moderating informal conversations with...
On Feb. 11 and 12, 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 , participated in a high-level discussion convened by the...
Two articles co-authored by Prof. Robertson and former students were recently in the news. Athan P. Papailiou ('13), David V. Yokum ('13), and Prof. Robertson recently published The Novel New Jersey Eyewitness Instruction Induces Skepticism but Not Sensitivity , in...
Prof. Glennon recently commented on the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, in a January 13, 2016, article in the Christian Science Monitor . In the article, Prof. Glennon discusses the great need to update the nation's aging water systems, exacerbated...
Prof. Robert Glennon was recently interviewed by Northwestern University Professor Joseph Schofer on The Infrastructure Show . In this episode of the podcast, Water for Life: The Quest for Quantity, Quality, Efficiency, and Equity - Part I, Using a Scare...
U.S. News & World Report recently published an opinion piece by Prof. Kristine Huskey , titled " A Dishonorable Discharge Process ." The piece criticizes the Army’s policy of discharging soldiers with less than honorable discharges when they exhibited signs...
'Tis the season for a good book, so to celebrate the holidays, winter break, and the upcoming New Year, we asked our faculty to help us compile a recommended reading list for the Arizona Law community. What follows is a...
Regents' Professor & Dean Emerita Massaro's recent article on the potential First Amendment rights of communicative artificial intelligence, co-authored with Prof. Helen Norton , University of Colorado Law School, was featured on the Wall Street Journal's Law Blog , on...
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...