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Graduates from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law class of 2021 have set the highest employment rates in school history.
The college has moved up five positions since previous rankings were released in 2018.
Greene will kick off the speaker series October 28.
Catch up on recent University of Arizona Law faculty accomplishments
University of Arizona Law recognizes Justice Frank X. Gordon, Jr. (‘54), Dee-Dee Samet (‘63) and Judge Raner C. Collins (‘75) are the recipients of the 2021 Lifetime Achievement Awards.
“It reminds me there is somebody who believes in me,” says Cordova Scholarship Recipient Roberto Avila
University of Arizona Law Dean Marc Miller discussed expanding access to legal services, legal innovation, student achievements, creating new paths for legal education and more in a Q&A with Arizona Attorney Magazine.
An event highlighting the program was part of a week-long series celebrating the opening of the University’s D.C. Center.
The Lawtina Mentoring Program pairs Latina Bachelor of Arts in Law students with mentors working in the legal field, and serves as a go-to resource for what to expect about applying to and navigating law school.
The fall 2021 incoming class is among the strongest academically in college history.
Professor Barak Orbach's latest work explores whether bigger companies really are bad for competition
In a program with a history of firsts, Garcia is the first to be awarded the David G. Hastings BA in Law Endowed Scholarship, the first-ever scholarship for a program of this type in the nation.