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Nominations will be solicited throughout the summer and early fall with the winner announced in November.
Mundheim moderates informal conversations with national leaders in business and law, relating their experiences in and perspectives about corporate governance, markets, ethics, and career development.
In honor of its fifth anniversary, i4J will be hosting a fun and interactive event on Feb. 10
Catch up on recent University of Arizona Law faculty accomplishments.
See what events the college has planned for the spring!
University of Arizona Giving Day, February 14, 2023
This January, the LP Summit will bring together licensed and prospective paraprofessionals, lawyers and judges, and members of the legal community to discuss ways to promote innovation and growth within the profession.
The fund will provide financial aid to Native American law students who intend to work as legal advocates for Native American communities.
From Tucson to Tuscany, Puig will spend the next years at the world-class Institute in Fiesole.
In conversation with former Tucson mayor and current University of Arizona Law Professor of Practice Jonathan Rothschild, Frank will provide a discussion titled “What Did The Midterms Teach Us?”
“He was always passionate about justice -- which made him an extraordinary teacher. He believed that lawyers should use their skills to make the world more fair, more equal, more just.”
Polk became the first woman to be elected to the position of Yavapai County Attorney in 2000.