LawCats Live Webinar Series
University of Arizona Law presents LawCats Live, a webinar series exploring hot topics from faculty research, scholarship and expertise. Join us no matter where you are.
See our full line-up, with registration links below. Past event recordings will be added to this page as they become available.
Spring 2022 Recordings:
LawCats Live Book Talk featuring David Gantz
April 12, 2022
Please join us for a special LawCats Live hosted by the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library and Alumni and Development for a Book Talk featuring David Gantz, Samuel M. Fegtly Professor Emeritus and Director Emeritus, International Economic Law and Policy Program, in conversation with Andrew Shepherd ('17), Associate Scholar and Deputy Director for Global Faculty. They will discuss Professor Gantz’s new book, An Introduction to the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement: Understanding the New NAFTA.
The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), a modified and modernized version of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), will continue to govern most economic relationships in North America, including the more than $1.3 trillion in annual regional trade in goods and services, for the foreseeable future. This book provides a detailed analysis and critique of the provisions of the USMCA and the USMCA’s relation to NAFTA. It is designed to assist lawyers and non-lawyers alike, including law, economics and public policy scholars, business professionals and governmental officials who require an understanding of one of the world’s most economically and politically significant regional trade agreements.
Fall 2021 Recordings:
Ownership of intellectual property between employers and their employees: How COVID-19 and a remote workforce could change the landscape.
June 22, 2021
Does your employer own your murder podcast? Join us for a conversation with Arizona Law’s Professor Diana Simon, who will provide an overview of who owns intellectual property when the creator of a work is also an employee, how courts evaluate the scope of employment in such situations, how COVID-19 and an increasingly remote workforce may impact the traditional analysis, and the implications for employers and creators alike.
This lively discussion will be moderated by Arizona Law’s Professor Susie Salmon.
New Tools to Communicate the Fundamentals of Health Information Technology (HIT)
Tuesday, Jul 20, 2021 at 12:00 PM
Join Professors Tara Sklar and Chase Millea and special guest attorney Tony Caldwell (’15) as they highlight the College of Law’s Fall 2021 course in Health Information Technology, which leverages various learning tools to improve information delivery and understanding, including studio-produced video lectures, enhanced creative tools for students to communicate virtually, and a podcast.
Using some of the creative tools from the course, this webinar will provide an overview of HIT Fundamentals, including an introduction to key HIT stakeholders (e.g. government, providers, payors, vendors), the rules of the game (e.g. HIPAA, CMS Rules, state confidentiality laws), and how to think through a software as a service (SaaS) agreement that relates to identifiable health information.
Collaborating to build the Policy Infrastructure for Indian Country
Friday, Aug. 27, 2021, 12:15 p.m.
Join Arizona Law's Regent Professor Rebecca Tsosie and Indigenous law and policy fellow Darrah Blackwater ('20) as they discuss Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program's Policy Initiative and ways in which grassroots leadership and advocacy at the community level can inform federal policy.
During this lively discussion they will focus on spectrum sovereignty, broadband infrastructure in Indian Country, digital inclusion, environmental and climate resilience, as well as the comparative research being done across borders on Indigenous health, education and sustainable economies.
State of the College
Wednesday, Sep. 8, 2021
Join Dean Marc Miller in conversation with Megan O'Leary, Senior Director of the Arizona Law Alumni & Development Office, as they reflect on the last year, and look ahead at the year to come. They will take plenty of questions from the audience. Please note this will not be a recorded event.
#GivingTuesday Huerta Scholarship Edition
Nov. 30, 2021 12:15 p.m.
The Huerta Scholarship was established in 2014 in honor of Judge Lawrence Huerta. Judge Huerta ('53), a member of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, was the first Native American to graduate from University of Arizona Law and be licensed to practice law in Arizona. Each year the Huerta Scholarship provides vital support to Native law students attending University of Arizona Law.
Join Professors Robert Williams and Francisco Calí Tzay and a group of inspiring Huerta Scholarship recipients for a special #GivingTuesday edition of LawCats Live to learn how your support of the Huerta Scholarship helps students realize their dreams of attending law school and learn about the global Indigenous advocacy work our students are engaged in.
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