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As WikiLeaks, email hacks, and cyber espionage continue to make waves in politics and the media, faculty members at University of Arizona Law are expanding their research around privacy and transparency. And they are collaborating with departments across the university...
Mark Casciari , a University of Arizona Law professor of practice, has been named to “The Nation’s Most Powerful Employment Attorneys,” an annual list compiled by Human Resource Executive magazine and Lawdragon.com. Casciari is a partner at the Seyfarth Shaw...
Can sexual assault victims file lawsuits against suspected perpetrators?
New York Times "Donald Trump Has Been Accused of Groping. But What Does the Law Say?" Oct. 18, 2016 As multiple women have come forward with allegations of sexual assualt against Donald Trump, the New York Times examined how criminal...
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The acceptance rate among GRE applicants to University of Arizona Law's JD program for fall 2016 was 22 percent, compared to the overall acceptance rate of 35 percent. 

National Law Journal "Without LSAT Requirement, U. of Arizona Trains Nontraditional Law Students" (subscription required) Oct. 10, 2016 In February 2016, University of Arizona Law announced it would become the first law school in the country to accept either an...
University of Arizona Law students in the Class of 2016 celebrate at commencement

2016 University of Arizona Law gradutes. (Photo: Laura K. Moore)

Prospective undergraduate and graduate law students are invited to participate in this year's Arizona Law Day on Friday, Oct. 28, 2016 at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. The half-day program will provide students with the...
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All five Arizona Supreme Court justices hired University of Arizona Law students for the 2017-18 term, with Wildcats filling 7 of the 10 available clerkships. Arizona Law has a strong history of placing students in clerkships. From 2011 to 2015,...
The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law has hired Cary Lee Cluck as assistant dean of admissions and financial aid. Cluck previously served in administration at the University of Mississippi School of Law for 15 years, first...
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Legal experts will assemble for the University of Arizona’s 18 th annual Constitution Day program to explore three of the most significant cases from the 2015 Supreme Court term in addition to the late Justice Antonin Scalia’s influence on the...
United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Elena Kagan speaks at the University of Arizona College of Law

(L to R) Dean Emeritus Toni Massaro, Associate Justice Elena Kagan, and Dean Marc Miller at the 37th McCormick Lecture on Aug. 31, 2016. (Photo: David Sanders/University of Arizona Law)

Wednesday night in front of a packed house of 500 University of Arizona Law students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends, Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan spoke about potential political pressures, her own path to the court, and her friendship with...
On Aug. 29, 2016, the University of Arizona welcomed its second class at its location in Qingdao, China. This year’s entering class at UA-Qingdao included 97 new students, bringing the total number of students at the location to 174. Students...