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Nominations will be solicited throughout the summer and early fall with the winner announced in November.
“Dr. Walker is not an ivory tower intellectual but rather an innovative researcher who is willing to tackle some of society’s most challenging problems with the tools of quantitative and qualitative social science,” noted Barbara Atwood.
Each state’s ranking is based on current policies that reduce the instances of medical debt and effectively assist people experiencing medical debt.
In recognition of the significant financial support and contributions to Indigenous human rights advocacy made by Galanda Broadman PLLC, the law school has dedicated the Galanda Broadman room in the firm’s honor.
Her time in the Health Law Certificate program opened her mind to new opportunities to make an impact within healthcare. With newly acquired legal skills, Jackson is ready to move beyond her successful nursing career and work with her healthcare company’s legal department helping both patients and providers navigate the complex system of regulations that make up U.S. healthcare.
The initiative will fund the renovation of student courtrooms and support student experiential learning.
“I just love to think about a career that would enable me to tell the Court what they want.”
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Provost Award recipient Karen Jacquez is graduating summa cum laude with a BA in Law degree. Following graduation, she will attend the University of Arizona Law, with plans to practice family law.
“I will miss the people. Arizona Law as I have come to know it, is a big, united family where everyone is looking out for one another,” says Wisdom Nash Kwame Adjei. “I am proud of being part of a system like that and very grateful.”
“I encountered some of the most compassionate and dedicated professors and mentors,” says Leonard Mukosi, IPLP SJD candidate. “In a world where individualism seems to be the dominant practice, people do not help each other, they do not mentor each other, but being here changed my life."
“I realized that I did not need to go to law school to do legal work. There are other things that you can do within the field that aren’t being a lawyer,” says Encinas Garcia. “There are many things that you can do that are just as helpful, just as valid, just as rewarding.”
University of Arizona Law rising third-year student Sonum Dixit has been awarded with a Peggy Browning Fellowship.