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From student successes to new programs and partnerships, the College of Law continued to advance legal education and the legal profession.
"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.
University of Arizona Law has recently launched the Professional Skills and Knowledge Program, an initiative dedicated to students’ long-term academic and career success, with particular emphasis on bar exam preparation and professional competencies.
Arizona Law professor's book on the history of special prosecutors named a finalist for American Bar Association awards.
The Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona is honoring Negar Katirai for a career dedicated to empowering women and girls.
Arizona Law hosting a discussion panel to examine the background and details of Arizona’s recently passed Drought Contingency Plan on March 25
Arizona Court of Appeals, Division II Will Hold Oral Arguments at University of Arizona Law on Feb. 20