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Marketplace "The power of superdelegates and campaign contributions" March 1, 2016 As voters took to the polls for Super Tuesday, the Marketplace radio show interviewed Arizona Law professor and associate dean Christopher Robertson about how superdelegates are influenced by campaign...
Arizona Law Trial Competition team winners

The winning team, from left to right: coach Brian Chase, Matthew Ashton (1L), Jackie Kafka (3L), and Elizabeth Smiley (2L). Doug Flanagan (3L) was also on the winning team.

An Arizona Law Trial Team took down the top-ranked competitor in a regional tournament to advance to the National Trial Competition , where they'll face the top 28 teams in the country. Students Matthew Ashton (1L), Jackie Kafka (3L), Elizabeth...
Join the Business Law program and Business Law Society for the popular annual series, Conversations with Bob Mundheim. The 2016 series kicks off March 7. The series features Professor of Corporate Law and Finance Bob Mundheim moderating informal conversations with...
On Feb. 11 and 12, James Anaya , Regents' Professor and James J. Lenoir Professor of Human Rights Law and Policy and co-chair of the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program , participated in a high-level discussion convened by the...
University of Arizona College of Law now accepts GRE
TUCSON, Arizona—The University of Arizona College of Law will now accept either GRE® General Test or Law School Admission Test (LSAT) scores from all applicants. A study conducted in December 2015 by Educational Testing Service (ETS) demonstrated that, for students...
Two articles co-authored by Prof. Robertson and former students were recently in the news. Athan P. Papailiou ('13), David V. Yokum ('13), and Prof. Robertson recently published The Novel New Jersey Eyewitness Instruction Induces Skepticism but Not Sensitivity , in...
Prof. Glennon recently commented on the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, in a January 13, 2016, article in the Christian Science Monitor . In the article, Prof. Glennon discusses the great need to update the nation's aging water systems, exacerbated...
Ocean University BA in Law LLB dual degree with University of Arizona

UA and Ocean University officials gathered at the student orientation for the first class of the dual degree program in fall 2015.

TUCSON, Arizona—The University of Arizona (UA) has received accreditation to offer a bachelor of arts in law in Qingdao, China, through a dual degree program at Ocean University of China (OUC). The degree program is the first U.S.-China joint offering...
Feb. 14 UPDATE: Due to the death this weekend of Justice Antonin Scalia, Justice Kagan has canceled her visit to Arizona Law. Justice Scalia was her close friend and colleague, a man she had recently characterized as having the "most...
This spring the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy program is hosting a series of talks by visiting scholars. Follow IPLP on Facebook for more details on these and other events. Lunch is provided for each event. Friday, Jan. 15, 12-1:15...