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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.
The National Institute of Justice awarded the Wrongful Conviction Clinic at Arizona Law with $278,000 grant.
Arizona Law professor awarded with Allegheny College’s inaugural Ewalt Environmental Prize.
Arizona 360 Taps Huskey to Discuss Border Deployment
Professor Andrew Coan explained the history of the special prosecutor’s role for a variety of media outlets after Jeff Sessions resigned
Arizona Law students help vet gain Honorable discharge after 48 years
As part of its ongoing public education effort, the Arizona Supreme Court will be holding arguments at the University of Arizona on Nov. 6.
Amid massive reforms in foreign investment laws, Puig's work analyzes the options available to governments settling disputes
Recipients are recognized for their exemplary careers, contributions to the legal profession, support for public causes and law reform, and commitment to the pursuit of justice.
Two new online certificate programs offer specialized, interdisciplinary training in less than one year
Milczarek-Desai discussed the 1997 settlement which dictates how long immigrant children can be detained.
The Environmental Breakfast Club, now entering its 15th season, consists of more than 100 faculty and staff from all colleges at The University of Arizona, who share interests in natural resources and the environment.
Hear from leading voices on some of today’s most compelling legal matters.