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Driving While Brown: Sheriff Joe Arpaio versus the Latino Resistance
Driving While Brown Sheriff Joe Arpaio versus the Latino Resistance Terry Greene Sterling & Jude Joffe-Block January 28, 2022

The Future of Immigrants' Rights: A Conversation with Judy Rabinowitz and Michael Tan
A Conversation with Judy Rabinowitz and Michael Tan, Deputy Directors of the ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project March 17, 2022

Hear from Diplomatic Leaders on Our Success
The Foreign Diplomat Training Program at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law provides a foundational understanding of U.S. law to support consular services for foreign missions to the United States.

Destruction of Juvenile Records in Arizona
Students in the Undergraduate Juvenile & Family Clinic at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law wrote and performed this informational video on eligibility for destruction of juvenile delinquency records in Pima County, Arizona. Pl...

Peter Chase Neumann Lecture On Civil Justice: J. Michael Hennigan
Things You Learn in the Courtroom, Not the Classroom Presented by J. Michael Hennigan Founding Principal, McKool Smith Hennigan Thursday, April 14, 2022 Thursday, April 14, 2022 The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law is pleased to...

Pitt Family Speaker Series: Jan-Werner Müller
The State of Global Democracy Jan-Werner Müller Thursday, March 31, at 5:30 p.m. At a time when the future of democracy is increasingly in doubt around the world, "Democracy Rules" author Jan-Werner Müller, professor of politics at Princeton Uni...

Learning Trial Advocacy at University of Arizona Law
Students at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law share what they love about being in the courtroom and how studying and practicing advocacy enhances the rest of their law school experience.

Pitt Family Foundation Speaker Series: Thomas Mann
Recorded on Febraury 23, 2022: Thomas Mann will discuss the politics of extremism as part of the Pitt Family Foundation speaker series. About Thomas Mann Thomas E. Mann is a Senior Fellow in Governance Studies at The Brookings Institution and Res...

Pitt Family Foundation Speaker Series: Lilliana Mason
Recorded on January 27, 2022: Lilliana Mason's provides in-depth analysis of the violent and hostile attitudes among regular partisans and where those attitudes come from. About Lilliana Mason Lilliana Mason is assistant professor of government and ...

Journal of Free Speech Law Author Talks: E.Volokh, A.Candeub, K.Langvardt w/J.Bambauer & A.Bhagwat
This public conversation is part of a series discussing the authors published in the first issue of the Journal of Free Speech Law. In this conversation, Prof. Jane Bambauer and Prof. Ashutosh Bhagwat (UC Davis) moderate a conversation with Eugene Vo...

Journal of Free Speech Law Author Talks: Alan Rozenshtein speaks with Jane Bambauer
This public conversation is part of a series discussing the authors published in the first issue of the Journal of Free Speech Law. In this conversation, Prof. Jane Bambauer talks with Alan Rozenshtein, a law professor at the University of Minnesota....

LawCats Live: #GivingTuesday Huerta Scholarship Edition (Student Introductions)
The Huerta Scholarship was established in 2014 in honor of Judge Lawrence Huerta. Judge Huerta ('53), a member of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, was the first Native American to graduate from University of Arizona Law and be licensed to practice law in Ariz...

LawCats Live: #GivingTuesday Huerta Scholarship Edition
The Huerta Scholarship was established in 2014 in honor of Judge Lawrence Huerta. Judge Huerta ('53), a member of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, was the first Native American to graduate from University of Arizona Law and be licensed to practice law in Ariz...

Pitt Family Speaker Series: Jill Lepore
These Truths: A History of the United States Award-winning historian and New Yorker writer Jill Lepore offers an account of the origins and rise of our divided nation and a reckoning with the beauty and tragedy of American History. She presents as ...

Lifetime Achievement Awards Celebration
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2021 4:30-6:30 P.M. HONORING Judge Raner Collins, Class of 1975 Justice Frank Gordon (posthumously), Class of 1954 Dee-Dee Samet, Class of 1963 In person at University of Arizona James E. Rogers Colleg...

Pitt Family Speaker Series: Jamal Greene
Thursday, October 28, 2021 How Rights Go Wrong Jamal Greene, Columbia University constitutional law scholar, argues that competing rights should be balanced through political compromise. Mr. Greene is presenting on behalf of the Pitt Family Foundati...

Perspectives on the Humanitarian Situation in Afghanistan, September 14, 2021
Perspectives on the Humanitarian Situation in Afghanistan, September 14, 2021

National, Local, and UA Responses to the Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan, September 21, 2021
National, Local, and UA Responses to the Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan, September 21, 2021

Legal Challenges and Humanitarian Responses to the 'Remain in Mexico' Program, Title 42
Legal Challenges and Humanitarian Responses to the 'Remain in Mexico' Program, Title 42, and Other Hurdles Facing Asylum Seekers at the Border, October 1, 2021

2021 Constitution Day: Judge David Barron
Please join Arizona Law for a Constitution Day Conversation with the Honorable David Barron, U.S. Circuit Judge and former acting head of the Office of Legal Counsel in the U.S. Department of Justice. Judge Barron was appointed to the United States...

Legal Paraprofessional Info Session - University of Arizona Law
The new Legal Paraprofessional license in Arizona is for professionals with specific education and experience to be able to provide legal services in limited practice areas. This information session from September 2021 reviews University of Arizona L...

Virtual Tour: Courtroom & Lobby Reconstruction Plans
University of Arizona Law is embarking on a bold transformation of our Advocacy program, starting with a dramatic reconstruction of our student courtrooms and the south lobby. Take a tour of what these spaces will look like once construction is compl...

Prosecutorial Ethics in Real Life: Justin Oshana, Wednesday, September 15, 2021
The Prosecutorial Ethics in Real Life series is part of an ongoing effort at Arizona Law to create a national forum for discussion of critical and timely ethical issues in criminal prosecution. About Justin Oshana Justin Oshana was the lead Army pr...

LawCats Live - Collaborating to build the Policy Infrastructure for Indian Country
Join Arizona Law's Regent Professor Rebecca Tsosie and Indigenous law and policy fellow Darrah Blackwater ('20) as they discuss Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program's Policy Initiative and ways in which grassroots leadership and advocacy at the ...

LawCats Live: New Tools to Communicate the Fundamentals of Health Information Technology (HIT)
Special guest, attorney Tony Caldwell (’15) will join ...

"At the Margins of Globalization" Book Talk w/ Sergio Puig - University of Arizona Law
University of Arizona Law professor Sergio Puig is interviewed by former colleague and current University of Colorado Law School dean James Anaya about Puig's new book, "At the Margins of Globalization: Indigenous Peoples and International Economic L...

Introducing A New Day in Court
Announcing a $6 million fundraising initiative to transform the Advocacy program at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. Includes construction of new state-of-the-art courtroom, classroom and lobby spaces, two endowed faculty pos...

2021 National Constitutional Law Workshop Series: Maggie Blackhawk (4/20/2021)
THE REHNQUIST CENTER is pleased to announce the National Constitutional Law Workshop Series--a virtual forum for the discussion of new scholarship by leading scholars in the field. Our goal is to leverage the videoconferencing revolution spurred by t...

"Racism in U.S. Immigration Law and Policy" w/ Professor Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia, Penn State Law
Recorded Feb. 12, 2021, as part of The Bacon Immigration Law & Policy Speaker Series at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law.

"Studying the Undocumented State" w/ Austin Kocher and Susan B. Long, Syracuse University, TRAC
Recorded March 12, 2021, as part of The Bacon Immigration Law & Policy Speaker Series at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law.

"The Fight for Humane Immigration Policies" w/ Zaira Emiliana Livier, People's Defense Initiative
Recorded April 23, 2021, as part of The Bacon Immigration Law & Policy Speaker Series at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law.

2021 National Constitutional Law Workshop Series: Cristina Rodriguez (2/22/2021)
THE REHNQUIST CENTER is pleased to announce the National Constitutional Law Workshop Series--a virtual forum for the discussion of new scholarship by leading scholars in the field. Our goal is to leverage the videoconferencing revolution spurred by t...

2021 National Constitutional Law Workshop Series: Aziz Huq (1/19/2021)
THE REHNQUIST CENTER is pleased to announce the National Constitutional Law Workshop Series--a virtual forum for the discussion of new scholarship by leading scholars in the field. Our goal is to leverage the videoconferencing revolution spurred by t...

2021 National Constitutional Law Workshop Series: Kyle Whittington (3/22/2021)
THE REHNQUIST CENTER is pleased to announce the National Constitutional Law Workshop Series--a virtual forum for the discussion of new scholarship by leading scholars in the field. Our goal is to leverage the videoconferencing revolution spurred by t...

2021 National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars: Interpretation
Interpretation—Distinguished Commentator Lawrence Solum Richard Re—Interpretive Permissions Jeremy Telman—Which Part of “Our Law” is Originalism Jason Mazzone & Cem Tecimer—Originalism and Inter-Constitutional Interpretation Stephen S...

2021 National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars: Constitutional Democracy in 2021
Constitutional Democracy in 2021— Distinguished Commentator Jane Schacter Anya Bernstein & Glen Staszewski—Judicial Populism Gregory Elinson—Divided Parties, Separated Powers Kyle Langvardt—Checking Apex Platforms

2021 National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars: Racial Justice
Racial Justice—Distinguished Commentator Guy-Uriel Charles Evan Bernick—Antisubjugation and the Equal Protection of the Laws Yuvraj Joshi—Racial Justice and Peace Gabriel J. Chin—The Blueprint for Dred Scott

2021 National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars: Constitutional History
Constitutional History—Distinguished Commentator Caleb Nelson Christopher Schmidt—Thirteenth Amendment Echoes in Fourteenth Amendment Doctrine Mark Graber—Korematsu’s Ancestors David Schwartz—Recovering the Lost General Welfare Clause

2021 National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars: Separation of Powers
Separation of Powers—Distinguished Commentator Maggie Lemos Rebecca Aviel—Second-Bite Lawmaking Deborah Pearlstein—Lawyering the Presidency Alan Rozenshtein—The Virtuous Executive

2021 National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars: Religion/Speech
Religion/Speech—Distinguished Commentator Melissa Murray Marc DeGirolami—Establishment’s Political Priority to Free Exercise Justin Collings & Stephanie Barclay—Beyond Labels for Religious Liberty Shaakirrah Sanders—Gag with Malice Luke...

Pitt Family Speaker Series: Janet Napolitano
April 22, 2021: Remarks by Janet Napolitano entitled "Understanding and Addressing Extremism." The former Arizona Governor and Director of Homeland Security has devoted much of her distinguished career to addressing the ever-growing threat of polariz...

Marie Pearthree
Tucson Water Turnaround: Crisis to Success

Peter Chase Neumann Lecture on Civil Justice: Karen Korematsu
The Relevancy of Korematsu v. United States

Scholarship Celebration with Donor Nancy Kelly ('77)
University of Arizona Law alumna Nancy Kelly ('77) shares her story about why she chose law school, her student experience at Arizona Law and why she and her husband chose to create a scholarship for law students.

Trailer for International ADR
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LawCats Live - Vaccine Distribution in Long-Term Care: Is it Working?
This unique event features UA experts from the College of Law and across the UA Health Sciences. The discussion will be moderated by Tara Sklar, Professor of Health Law and Director of the Health Law and Policy Program at Arizona Law. Professor Sklar...

Innovation for Justice Presentation to Board of Visitors 2021
Stacy Butler, director of the Innovation for Justice program at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, presents to the college's Board of Visitors about recent work. Recorded January 2021

Dr. Karletta Chief
March 5, 2021 Dr. Karleta Chief, Associate Specialist, School of Environmental Science Indigenous Food, Energy, and Water Security and Sovereignty during COVID-19

2021 Richard Grand Writing Competition Presentation and Awards Ceremony
Richard Grand Writing Competition presentation and ceremony. Each written piece was read by the writing faculty. The winner was announced among the four finalists. We are most grateful to Marcia Grand for continuing to inspire and fund this competiti...

Dr. Jennifer McIntosh
Dr. Jennifer McIntosh Professor, School of Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences Topic: Where is the bottom of groundwater?

Pitt Family Foundation Speaker Series: Professor Eddie Glaude, Jr.
The Pitt Family Foundation Speaker Series on civic participation and leadership kicks off with a discussion on democracy and race with professor and author Eddie Glaude, Jr. (Princeton).

LawCats Live: The Power of Legal Innovation in the COVID Era
COVID-19 has forced courts and legal services to rapidly adapt and has created both risk and opportunity for access to justice. Hear from the Innovation for Justice team, Professor Stacy Butler ('02), Professor Christopher Griffin, Mackenzie Pish ('2...

Mining Law Summit 2020: Topic 2
Part 2 of The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law 2020 Mining Law Summit: Responsible Mining and the Green Energy Transition with Daniele La Porta Arrbolas, Perrine Toledano, Travis Lowder, with Kristi Disney Bruckner and Ashley Smit...

Mining Law Summit 2020: Topic 3
Part 3 of the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law 2020 Mining Summit: The Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance with Aimee Boulanger, Kristi Disney Bruckner, and Ashley Smith-Roberts

Mining Law Summit 2020: Topic 4
Part 4 of the University of Arizona James E Roger's College of Law's 2020 Mining Law Summit: Current Developments with Melissa Sanderson and Cassie Boggs

Mining Law Summit 2020: Topic 5
Part 5 of the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law's 2020 Mining Summit. Technical Panel: Use of Technology and Social Media as a Mechanism to Respond to Community ConcernsTrevor Jones, Flaviano Bianchini, Isabelle Ramdoo with Kristi...

Mining Law Summit 2020: Intro + Topic 1
Part 1 of the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law's 2020 Mining Summit. We begin with an introduction from director John Lacy and Dean Marc Miller. Topic 1: Minerals to Meet the Needs of the Modern World with Mary Poulton, David Ha...

Annual State Bar Convention 2020
law.arizona.edu/health Email: law-healthcare@arizona.edu Follow us on Twitter! @azlawhealth Education Options: One course Graduate Certificate LLM Tuition: Graduate Certificate $7,800 (approx.) $650 per credit unit Free to Apply: Resum...

Dr James Buizer
Dr. James Buizer, Professor, School of Natural Resources/Environment Dr. Katharine Jacobs, Professor, Environmental Science Topic: Arizona Institutes for Resilience

Dr Greg Barron Gafford
Oct. 2, 2020 Dr. Greg Barron-Gafford Assistant Professor, School of Geography & Development, and Environmental Science Topic: Agrivoltaics: Co-locating food and energy production for a more sustainable future. Note: this recording is only about 15 m...

Dr Charles Gerba
Sept. 4, 2020 Dr. Charles Gerba Professor, School of Environmental Science Topic: Sewage Epidemiology: Tracing the Course of the Pandemic

Huerta Scholarship 2020
This Giving Tuesday on December 1, please support Native law students attending University of Arizona Law at https://crowdfund.arizona.edu/huerta2020 The Huerta Scholarship was established in 2014 in honor of Judge Lawrence Huerta. Judge Huerta, a ...

Dr Armin Sorooshian
Environmental Breakfast Club Nov. 6, 2020 Dr. Armin Sorooshian Professor School of Chemical & Environmental Engineering Topic: Perspectives on the Agent Responsible for Uncertainties in Climate Change and COVID-19: Aerosol Particles

James E. Rogers College of Law 13th Soll Lecture - Laura Conover
The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law is pleased to announce that alumna Laura Conover ('05) will deliver the 14th Annual Darrow K. Soll Memorial Criminal Law & Justice Lecture. Laura Conover will assume the duties of the Pima Co...

CUPA Episode 3
Click on the links for more information on the organizations who sponsored this episode. https://aslme.org/ https://law.arizona.edu/health-law-certificates https://med.nyu.edu/departments-institutes/population-health/divisions-sections-centers/med...

Fall 2020 Health Law Check in
Join Professor Sklar and the UA Health Law faculty for a check-in for the Health Law program at the Univeristy of Arizona! Thoughts & Questions: law-healthcare@arizona.edu Follow us on Twitter: @azlawhealth

LawCats Live - Practice in Place: Law and Justice Go Viral
In a conversation moderated by current Arizona Law 3L Vince Redhouse, join Professor Susie Salmon, Judge Laine McDonald ('06), and attorney Ted Schmidt ('77) as they discuss how the pandemic has affected courts and highlighted existing issues in our ...

LawCats Live: A conversation and reflections on the life and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Join us for a conversation, moderated by Professor Susie Salmon, with Professors Barbara Atwood, Chris Griffin, Negar Katirai, and others, as we share what Justice Ginsburg meant to us and reflect on her legacy. All attendees will be invited to share...

Zoom Netiquette
How *not* to behave on Zoom, as demonstrated by the Legal Writing faculty at University of Arizona Law in this tongue-in-cheek new student orientation video.

University of Arizona TechLaw and UCLA Law’s AI Pulse Project present: The Brinternet
The Brinternet: A conversation with futurist and science fiction author David Brin and Professors Jane Bambauer, Mark Lemley, and Eugene Volokh, moderated by Professor Ted Parson What: Is the dominant advertising-supported business model for Intern...

LawCats Live-McGirt v. Oklahoma: The Landmark Indian Law Case Holding Government to Its Word
In McGirt v Oklahoma, the US Supreme Court ruled that a vast tract of land within Oklahoma was part of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s reservation, resulting in thousands of Oklahomans discovering that they live in Indian country and not in the state...

The Other Front Line: Immigrant Workers' Rights, Fears, and Public Health Consequences
Arizona Law’s Workers' Rights Clinic https://law.arizona.edu/workers-rights-clinic Addresses immigrant justice, workers' rights, and represents low-wage workers National Employment Law Project https://www.nelp.org National Immigration Law Ce...

Regulation of Diagnostic Tests
Roger Klein, Current Policy Challenges in Genomic Medicine, Clinical Chemistry, Volume 66, Issue 1, January 2020. CMS CLIA site: go.cms.gov/2RN7yb2 CDC’s CLIA site: cdc.gov/clia/ FDA’s Overview of IVD Regulation bit.ly/2xBLsRW Follow us on Twi...

Virtual Convocation Celebration 2020
Virtual Convocation Celebration for the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. Featuring remarks from Dean Marc Miller, Innocence Project Co-Founder Barry Scheck, Student Bar Association President Karen Donderewicz, and Law College Ass...

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