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As COVID-19 persists, University of Arizona Law faculty continue to share their expertise on legal issues raised by the pandemic.
A former Arizona Supreme Court justice and the Tucson mayor join the faculty next semester
The Wrongful Conviction Clinic has been accepted as a member of the Innocence Network and has changed its name to the University of Arizona Innocence Project.
The 40th annual McCormick Lecture, originally scheduled for Nov. 7, 2019 with investigative journalist Jane Mayer, has been postponed until a later date.
This year, Arizona Law recognizes Lynne Wood Dusenberry (‘74), Judge Stephen McNamee (‘69) and Professor Andy Silverman (‘69) with the Lifetime Achievement Award for their distinguished and exemplary careers, contributions to the legal profession, support for public causes and law reform, and commitment to the pursuit of justice.
As part of its ongoing public education effort, the Arizona Supreme Court will be holding arguments at the University of Arizona on Nov. 5.
Facebook’s director of global policy, Matthew Perault, will be at the University of Arizona Law on Oct. 24 for a conversation on surveillance, antitrust, platform regulation, online speech, privacy and more.
Last month, University of Arizona Law professor Sergio Puig spoke at a conference at the Silk Road Institute for International and Comparative Law at Xi'an Jiaotong University in China, and discussed the role of international investment dispute settlement as a mechanism to protect foreign investors and the reform processes for such mechanisms.
Q&A with Martie Simmons 2019 NALSA President
Former White House counsel Kathy H. Ruemmler will speak about her work as White House Counsel during the Obama Administration and the role executive branch lawyers play in upholding the rule of law.
"SBA is an opportunity for students to develop leadership skills, advocate for each other, and work with administration on things that matter most to students."
Students from Arizona Law's Innovation for Justice Program will collaborate with University of San Diego, Duke University and Harvard University to explore new legal solutions, conduct in-depth research and develop community resources and possible policy changes to support human trafficking survivors.