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"Our collective steps forward will far outnumber our steps back.”
Arizona Law Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) candidate Michelle Cook met with Pope Francis as part of the 2017 Indigenous Women’s Divestment Delegation.
Arizona Law 3L Francisco Olea is one of five members of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe participating in the Executive Succession Program at the Casino Del Sol Resort.
Megan O’Leary and her team are responsible for engaging alumni, donors and friends in giving programs, homecoming and reunion events, awards celebrations, student scholarships, and lectures throughout the year.
Gogo Inc. Board of Directors, Former Delaware Supreme Court Justice Among 2018 Conversations with Bob Mundheim Guests
The weekly series will feature lectures from leading lawyers and distinguished scholars from around the country who will discuss topics ranging from investigations into presidential misconduct to how the law limits presidential authority.
Lowell exemplified professional integrity and service and was a recipient of the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award, the college’s highest honor.
The conference goal is to create a vibrant and useful forum for constitutional scholars to gather and exchange ideas.
Arizona Law alumnus Matt Schmidt (’10) recently spoke to a group of students at Arizona Law about the top 10 things that new associates should keep top of mind when beginning their careers.
Brenda Burman (‘96) will lead the agency of nearly 5,000 employees and assist in maintaining almost 500 dams and 330 reservoirs managed by the bureau across 17 Western states.
Step Up to Justice, an organization that provides civil legal services to low-income individuals in Pima County, won first place in the UA McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship’s first Social Impact Pitch Competition.
Arizona Law students have the opportunity to assist current and former military service members with legal issues through the Veterans' Advocacy Law Clinic.
The partnership will develop an international human rights response to the legal and human rights concerns facing “water protectors” demonstrating against the Dakota Access Pipeline in Standing Rock, North Dakota.