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The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law will honor six alumni for their contributions to the college and the profession with the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Awards. Honorees are selected by the law faculty for their distinguished and...
Leaders from mining, indigenous communities and public policy will assemble on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, for the University of Arizona’s second annual Global Mining Law Summit . This year’s summit theme is “Building Capacity for Mineral Development with Native Americans...
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The topic of “fake news” has dominated the headlines lately, but what exactly counts as fake news, and how can it be stopped? A new report from media and internet scholars at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College...
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This story originally published on UA News . As a university student in China, Keyan Zhu was interested in learning about law but wasn't sure where to start. Then a friend who attended the University of Arizona encouraged her to...
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This year, University of Arizona Law celebrated 220 Class of 2017 graduates: 131 new JDs, 10 LLMs, 6 SJDs, 25 MLSs and 48 B.A. in Law students. This year’s graduation ceremony honored Arizona Law’s commitment to service, encouraging graduates to...
Choice architecture presents options in a way that subtly nudges an individual toward a desired decision
Wall Street Journal The Case for Giving Health-Care Consumers a ‘Nudge’ June 25, 2017 University of Arizona Law’s Christopher Robertson , associate dean for research and innovation and professor of law, was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal to discuss...
The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law has established the Stephen M. McNamee Scholarship in honor of alumnus and Senior United States District Judge Stephen McNamee (pictured at right). The scholarship is funded by McNamee’s friends and...
University of Arizona Law Professor of Practice and Tribal Justice Clinic Director James Diamond has been appointed as a special prosecutor in the Pascua Yaqui Tribe court system, and clinic students will soon have the opportunity to appear in tribal...
In a span of just five years, Yahya Alsharif went from not knowing English to graduating from University of Arizona Law with two degrees and an assistant professor job secured in his home country. Alsharif obtained a bachelor of law...
University of Arizona Law rising 3L Jacob Metoxen has been elected president of the National Native American Law Students Association (NNALSA). NNALSA promotes the study and development of Federal Indian Law, Tribal Law, and traditional forms of governance, as well...