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The latest issue focuses on Indian law and discusses recent cases before, or soon to be argued before, the Supreme Court.
Catch up on recent University of Arizona Law faculty accomplishments.
Over 60 donors showed their love to University of Arizona Law, donating $63,736 to support student scholarships, summer fellowships, and top College of Law priorities – over $20,000 more than last year’s Giving Day
2023 marked the most successful JIT event in the program’s history in terms of attendance.
When construction is complete, students will argue their case work from the Farhang & Medcoff Speaker’s Podium.
“This award commemorates that for my entire career and adult life, this law school has supported me through and through. That is what makes the award so special and for which I am eternally grateful.”
Innovation for Justice announces the establishment of the i4J Changemaker Award, an honor recognizing a law firm, non-profit or government organization that has made an original, creative, distinctive or sustained contribution to increasing access to legal services.
To honor Black History Month, the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library has curated a book display to celebrate the stories and achievements of Black Americans.
On January 20 and 21, the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law held its first ever Legal Paraprofessional Summit, bringing together a range of Legal Paraprofessionals (LPs), attorneys, judges and more to discuss LP licensure and professional development.
“I will not waste this chance, and I will work as hard as I can to make sure that anyone who has supported me along this journey is proud.”
Students were asked to write a personal essay describing how the use of story or storytelling has affected or influenced them or someone they know.
Mundheim moderates informal conversations with national leaders in business and law, relating their experiences in and perspectives about corporate governance, markets, ethics, and career development.
In honor of its fifth anniversary, i4J will be hosting a fun and interactive event on Feb. 10