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The Udall Center Fellows Program named Research Professor of Law Melissa Tatum as one of four faculty members selected for the 2017-18 cohort. The program, entering its 28th year, offers fellows a semester off from standard teaching, allowing for creative...
Arizona Law Journal of Emerging Technology student editors

The 2016-17 editorial board consisted of (left to right) Jason Buckner, Sai Manthra, John Howard, Clark Taylor, Evan Speciale and Levon Kantzabedian. 

The first issue of the Arizona Law Journal of Emerging Technologies (LJET) has officially launched. Founded in fall 2015, L JET offers legal, policy and business analysis of novel technical developments. LJET’s peer-reviewed papers either reference recent advancements or present...
Lawyers starting from a place of agreement? It may sound counterintuitive, but that is just one of the exercises a group of 13 University of Arizona Law students practiced recently in a workshop at Unscrewed Theater, a Tucson improvisational comedy...
On Monday, April 17, Simon Lorne spoke with University of Arizona Law students and faculty as the concluding speaker in the Mundheim Speaker Series . Lorne is vice chairman and chief legal officer at Millennium Management, LLC, a hedge fund...
On the day that Wells Fargo’s board announced the results of a massive investigation into company fraud , one of the investigating attorneys shared his behind-the-scenes perspective on that and other executive compensation issues with students and faculty at University...
On Monday, April 3, investment banker Peter Tague spoke with a group of University of Arizona Law students and faculty as part of the Mundheim Speaker Series . Tague is the global co-head of Citigroup’s Mergers & Acquisitions Department, focusing...
12 News Phoenix "PTSD, meth and an unlicensed handgun: A soldier's fight for honorable discharge" Feb. 16, 2017 Former Army Ranger Jeff Osterhoudt served in Afghanistan and Iraq, suffered with undiagnosed post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). His military career ended when...
On Monday, March 27, Mary Jo White spoke to a group of University of Arizona Law students and faculty about her career at the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission. Her visit was part of the Mundheim Speaker Series hosted by Professor...
On March 20, Michele Coleman Mayes , general counsel for the New York Public Library, spoke to a group of students, faculty, and staff about her career and diversity in the legal profession as part of University of Arizona Law's...
Patent resources for Arizona inventors
In response to growing demand from both students and business and technology sectors, University of Arizona Law is dramatically expanding its Intellectual Property (IP) Law program . Arizona Law’s IP & Entrepreneurship Clinic is now the state hub for the...