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The Pitt Family Foundation Speaker Series welcomes UC Berkeley professor Janet Napolitano on April 22, 2021.
Starting in the spring 2020 semester, students can pursue a Master of Professional Studies in indigenous governance with classes both in person and online.
“Don’t blame the ills of the world on others if you’ve done nothing to try and change the world yourself,” said keynote address speaker Judge Raner C. Collins ('75).
The IP Clinic has secured its first three client patents from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
He says students considering the program can expect to receive “the best professional and international business foundation."
For all her hard work, Francy Luna Diaz is graduating as one of the most celebrated seniors on campus.
"Attending Arizona Law, you notice the difference between simply attending a school you got into and learning in an environment where you feel welcomed and cared about,” says Uchiha.
Her advice for anyone thinking about pursuing an SJD at Arizona Law: prepare to see your dreams realized.
The hearing is about the criminalization of indigenous resistance to extractive industries in the U.S.
"With the help and encouragement of my classmates and professors, I’ve realized that achieving this dream that I’ve had truly is possible.”
Raner C. Collins, senior United States district judge of the United States District Court for the District of Arizona, will deliver the keynote address at Arizona Law's 2019 convocation ceremony.
Bambauer warned that new privacy laws may actually harm consumers and limit innovation.