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Prof. Robert Williams was a guest discussing "Tribal Enrollmment and Blood Quantum" on Native America Calling, a daily call-in show funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, The host, guests, and listeners discussed the benefits and drawbacks of lineal descent...
Several memorial services have been set around the state of Arizona for Governor Raul Castro ('49). A memorial mass will be held in Nogales, Arizona, May 15, 2015, 9:00 a.m., at Sacred Heart Catholic Church; Another memorial mass will be...
Gabe Galanda ('00) talked about the challenges of starting a boutique tribal law firm in the midst of a recession in Advancing Tribal Interests in a Law Practice: Gabriel Galanda Talks about Starting a Boutique in the Age of Social...
Prof. Puig and his co-author, Gregory Shaffer , Chancellor's Professor of Law and Director of the Center of Globalization, Law, and Society at University of California, Irvine, discuss the history of U.S. support for big tobacco, and the impact of...
On April 28, 2015, the U.S. House of Representatives voted unanimously to name the Douglas, Arizona, border crossing the Raul Hector Castro Port of Entry. The late Governor Castro ('49) grew up near Douglas. All nine Arizona representatives co-sponsored the...
Shannon O’Loughlin ('01) was recently selected to be the new Chief of Staff for National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC). Ms O’Loughlin was a 2001 graduate of Arizona Law’s Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy JD program. She will lead the day-to-day...
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...