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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.
The board cited Williams’s influence and reputation in Indian Law and the indigenous student community he has helped build at Arizona Law.
As more law schools follow University of Arizona Law in accepting the GRE as an admissions test, news outlets are producing continuing coverage.
Marcus compared the case to Paula Jones’s sexual harassment lawsuit against President Bill Clinton.
The Russell Russo Endowment in Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship was created in recognition of Russell Russo’s sixtieth year as a member of the Arizona Bar.
Law students invited Chávez to speak, citing her national leadership, passion for public service and social engagement.
The professor and author will deliver the 10th annual Darrow K. Soll Memorial Criminal Law and Justice Lecture.
University of Arizona Law welcomed New York Times Supreme Court correspondent Adam Liptak for the 38th annual McCormick Lecture.
Collaborations between the Tribal Justice Clinic and the Office of the Prosecutor afford students the chance to work with leading legal practitioners and increase access to justice for Yaqui community members.
The versatile one-year degree gives students a foundation for working with and understanding laws, regulations and the legal system and teaches legal analysis and communication skills.
The Los Abogados gift honors alumnus Valdemar A. Cordova (’50), the first Mexican-American Superior Court judge in Maricopa County and the first Hispanic federal court judge in Arizona.
The inaugural conference will explore how indigenous peoples can use the global trade model to revitalize trade networks domestically and internationally.
The gift honors alumnus Richard Grand ('58) and permanently endows the Richard Grand Damages Argument Competition and the Richard Grand Legal Writing Competition, both of which award monetary prizes to finalists.