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Master of Legal Studies graduate, journalist Andrea Kelly
Andrea Kelly (’16) always wanted to study law but didn’t think being a lawyer was for her. She chose journalism instead, starting her career more than a decade ago at the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson before becoming a producer...
All Roads Lead to Chaco Canyon
The University of Arizona Law’s Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program is hosting “All Roads Lead to Chaco Canyon: Revitalizing Trade Between Native Nations.” The inaugural conference will explore how indigenous peoples can use the global trade model to revitalize...
Ribbon cutting in honor of the Richard Grand Staircase

Marcia Grand (left) and her daughter, Cindy Grand, cut the ribbon to formally dedicate Richard Grand Staircase in the University of Arizona Law library. Photo by Kristin Gray

University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law students are getting a major boost toward participation in legal skills competitions, thanks to a gift from UA alumna Marcia Grand . Grand’s late husband, Richard Grand , was a 1958...
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Attorney and filmmaker of the HBO documentary “Hot Coffee” Susan Saladoff will deliver this year’s Peter Chase Neumann Lecture on Civil Justice at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. Saladoff will share her journey of making...
Barry Davis National Trial Team

(Students pictured from left to right) Matthew Ashton, Kristian Garibay, Hanees Haniffa,
Sasha Charls, Will Vitkus, and Jean Paul Barnard 

For the third year in a row, one of University of Arizona Law’s Barry Davis National Trial Teams has won regionals and is heading to the National Trial Competition. Each year more than 300 teams from around the country compete...
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University of Arizona Law 3L Alex Erwin is being honored as the author of “one of the top policy-relevant environmental law articles of the year" in the 2018 Environmental Law and Policy Annual Review. The publication, a joint effort of...
John C. Lacy ('67), University of Arizona Law professor of practice and director of the global mining law program, was honored by the Mining Foundation of the Southwest as a 2017 recipient of the Medal of Merit, for induction into...
New York Times Supreme Court correspondent Adam Liptak will speak at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law Feb. 12 for the 38th McCormick Lecture, sponsored by the college and the J. Byron McCormick Society for Law...
University of Arizona Law
As part of its ongoing public education effort, Division Two of the Arizona Court of Appeals will hold oral arguments during a special court session at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. The judicial visit is...
Michelle Cook speaking to Pope Francis
In October, University of Arizona Law Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) candidate Michelle Cook (Diné/Navajo) met with Pope Francis as part of the 2017 Indigenous Women’s Divestment Delegation (Divestment Delegation). The Divestment Delegation brought together indigenous leaders to urge Europe’s...