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The 2015 Graduation Ceremony for all degrees issued by the College of Law will be held Saturday, May 16, 2:00 p.m., at the McKale Memorial Center. Student speakers are Trevor Hill and Heather Goodwin. A Reception will follow the ceremony...
The Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy (IPLP) Program has achieved another ground breaking legal victory, this time before the Caribbean Court of Justice . In a final resolution of the Maya land rights case before the highest court for Belize,...
Prof. Kreag explained that Brady Lists contain names of law enforcement officers who have been found to have credibility issues in a News 4 KVOA Investigators piece, aired on April 23, 2015. He also discussed the impact of placement on...
Jim Shea ('82), a partner at Armstrong Teasdale LLP (Las Vegas), has been selected to be President of the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI). An ABI member since 1988, Shea is formerly ABI’s Vice President-Communications & Information Technology and the founding...
On April 30, 2015, Prof. Williams will give the keynote address at the Muscogee (Creek) Nation District Court’s 13th annual Doing Business in Indian Country: Invasion and Resurrection of Native Society , in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A special reception honoring Prof...
Prof. Williams was interviewed by Channel 12 News, Phoenix, concerning whether Arizona tribes could or should legalize marijuana on tribal lands. The April 21, 2015, news report, Could AZ tribes be next to legalize marijuana? , & story can be viewed and read here .
In an April 21, 2015, article, Government Surveillance: What to Do, What to Do? , in TechNewsWorld , Prof. Bambauer commented that it’s the job of government intelligence agencies to spy on people. The question is whether their surveillance is...
Prof. Anaya and the Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy Program (IPLP) "put together and coordinated the team of lawyers and students" who brought a lawsuit on behalf of Maya organizations and villages in southern Belize asserting their rights to customarily...
On April 16, 2015, the Legal Writing Department and 2L Moot Court Program honored the following individuals for their contributions to and achievements in this year’s Advanced Appellate Advocacy course and Samuel M. Fegtly 2L Moot Court Competition: D. Burr...
Former Arizona Governor Raul H. Castro ('49) died April 10, 2015 at the age of 98. Governor Castro also served as and Ambassador to El Salvador, Bolivia, and Argentina. He is survived by his wife, Pat Castro, and daughters, Mary...