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The National Law Journal recently published an article, Law Clinics Answer the Call: Veterans Finding Allies in Dealing with VA and More , about the growth of veterans clinics in law schools around the country. Arizona Law's Veterans' Advocacy Clinic...
In a July 30, 2015, story from the University of Arizona's Telemedicine Program, Dean Miller stated that the Arizona Telemedicine Program's T-Health Institute "has opened our eyes to just how high-quality distance education in general, and synchronous education between Tucson...
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The James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona has established the Global Mining Law Center , an interdisciplinary unit that will educate lawyers on mining issues and miners on legal issues. In addition to education, the...
Prof. James Anaya is quoted in the July 11 Indian County Today article Mayan Leaders Arrested for Protecting Sacred Site . In June, Mayan leaders of Santa Cruz in Belize arrested a man who was illegally building on a sacred...
Prof. Chiorazzi 's contribution to An Oral History of Law Librarianship in Spinelli's Law Library Reference Shelf in HeinOnline, recorded in 2013, is now available for viewing. The Associate Dean for Information Services and Professor of Law and Information Services...
Prof. Lynn Marcus discusses the Texas v.USA July 10 hearing before the Fifth Circuit of Appeals with Arizona Public Media's Fernanda Echavarri. Twenty-six states including Arizona brought the case against the Obama Administration's executive actions on immigration. Arguments will be...
Prof. Robert Williams and Arizona Law alum Alfred Urbina ('08), Attorney General of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, were included in a piece in The Washington Post " The Feds Suggest They Won't Interfere, but Indian Tribes are Still Wary of...
Edwin (Eddie) Slade ('12) offers the public an overview of the current adjudication on Verde River navigability. The presentation, "So, What Floats Your Boat? An Overview of the Navigability Adjudication of the Verde River" takes place July 15 in Cottonwood...
Prof. Melissa Tatum will teach Manifest Destiny: Four U.S. Army Generals and the Modern Face of Native America . An offering of the Summer 2015 Humanities Seminar Program at The University of Arizona College of Humanities, Prof. Tatum's course will...
Former Arizona Law dean Charles Ares clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas when Brown V. Board of Education was first argued. Just a few years later, he was one of the lawyers defending the right of Henry...