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C. Bradley Vynalek ('99), a partner in the Phoenix office of Quarles & Brady, recently received a Service Award from the State Bar of Arizona for work he did as a State Delegate to the American Bar Association's House of...
Prof. Glennon is one of the latest University of Arizona professors to be named a Regents' Professor. The Arizona Board of Regents created the designation of Regents' Professor as an honored position reserved for faculty scholars of exceptional ability who...
Prof. Orbach and Adjunct Prof. Lawrence Hecker were featured in a March 10, 2012, article in the Arizona Daily Star about the impact of ID-theft on business. Prof. Hecker discussed the impact on his law practice, while Prof. Orbach discusses...
Richard G, Ketchum, the current Chair and CEO of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) will explore aspects of the Occupy Wall Street movement at an upcoming presentation co-hosted by the Arizona Law Business Law Program and the Business Law...
Prof. Massaro will be interviewing Prof. Jeffrey Rosen , George Washington University Law, concerning his latest book, Constitution 3.0 , co-written with Benjamin Wittes, at the Tucson Festival of Books , Saturday, March 10, 11:30 a.m., Gallagher Theater. The interview...
Prof. White was quoted concerning reasons homeowners make decisions to continue paying on their houses, in a February 24, 2012, LA Times article entitled The Overblown Threat of Strategic Defaults . Read the article here .
The University of Arizona College of Law's Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program , in cooperation with the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, will host a conference and consultation with the UN Special Rapporteur on...
The Law College’s 2 Trial Teams traveled to San Diego from February 16 - 18, 2012, to compete in the regional National Trial Competition tournament, where 28 teams from 14 schools competed. For the second time in three years, a...
Five law students received recognition and cash awards for their writing skills in the 11th Annual Richard Grand Legal Writing Competition at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. This year, instead of receiving a specific topic...
Prof. Engle recently posted a piece on the Center for Progressive Reform's CPRBlog entitled, EPA's Standing Argument: A Sleeping Giant in the Tailoring Rule Litigation? . Read it here .