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University of Arizona Law has recently launched the Professional Skills and Knowledge Program, an initiative dedicated to students’ long-term academic and career success, with particular emphasis on bar exam preparation and professional competencies.
Arizona Law professor's book on the history of special prosecutors named a finalist for American Bar Association awards.
The Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona is honoring Negar Katirai for a career dedicated to empowering women and girls.
Arizona Law hosting a discussion panel to examine the background and details of Arizona’s recently passed Drought Contingency Plan on March 25
Arizona Court of Appeals, Division II Will Hold Oral Arguments at University of Arizona Law on Feb. 20
Arizona Law’s student body has the largest percentage of Native American JD students in the country and the most Native American students among the country’s top-ranked law schools.
Arizona Law Associate Professor Tammi Walker discusses the U.S. Department of Education’s proposed changes to Title IX on Arizona Public Media’s news show “The Buzz.”
The annual Conversations with Bob Mundheim series, welcomes its first 2019 guests March 18.
The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law is hosting a discussion about the future of space law.
The one-day conference will examine the current relevance of federal environmental laws.
Coan explains the impetus for writing the book and what may be next in special prosecutor Robert Mueller's investigation
Panel discussion on changes facing the civil legal profession on Jan. 22