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Foreign cigarette package

A discarded package of cigarettes. (Photo: Flickr/Pictr73, CC BY-NC 2.0)

Harvard International Law Journal "Tobacco Litigation in International Courts" Vol. 57, Issue 2, Spring 2016 Sergio Puig , University of Arizona Law associate professor and the director of the International Economic Law and Policy program , has published a new...
In early December, the University of Arizona Law community lost two alumni leaders with a long history of serving the college. Steven W. Phillips (Class of '71) and Steven A. Hirsch (Class of '80) were both "double Wildcats," earning their...
Supreme Court Brief "At Federalist Society, Scholar Casts Scalia's Sharp Rhetoric in Negative Light" (Subscription required) Nov. 22, 2016 University of Arizona Law Dean Emerita and Professor Toni Massaro was invited to speak about the legacy of the late U.S...
Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Laconia, NH on July 16, 2015

Donald Trump campaigning in Laconia, New Hampshire on July 16, 2015. Photo: By Michael Vadon - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Time magazine "Hate Toward Muslims Is Growing and It's Donald Trump's Fault" Dec. 2, 2016 As Donald Trump prepares to take office, University of Arizona Law Assistant Clinical Professor Negar Katirai is calling on the President-elect to abandon one idea...
Jenckes Cup University of Arizona Law
It was a big week for in-state rivalries at the University of Arizona. University of Arizona Law beat Arizona State University in the 2016 Jenckes Closing Arguments Competition Friday, Nov. 18. This marked the 7th year in a row that...
pharmaceutical marketing and free speech
New England Journal of Medicine “ Regulating Off-Label Promotion—A Critical Test ” Nov. 2, 2016 Recent court decisions have expanded the rights of pharmaceutical companies to promote “off-label” (nonapproved) use of drugs in their marketing and sales efforts. But that...
Mistakes lawyers make

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All lawyers occasionally make mistakes, but is there room in the profession for acknowledging that reality, confronting the mistake and moving forward? And if not, what are the ramifications? Those are some of the questions University of Arizona Law’s Cathy...

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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...