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. Native Women in Governance Speaker Series continues tomorrow, Jan. 23 at Arizona Law with Herminia Frias, Councilwoman & former Chairwoman, Pascua Yaqui Tribe in room 168 at noon.
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“The first week of the Spring semester is the perfect time to reevaluate last semester and make changes as needed.” via , Stephanie Baldwin of .
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Happening today: Panel discussion w/ Chief Justice Scott Bales, President Jeffrey Willis and Arizona Access to Justice Commission Chair Lawrence F. Winthrop on changes facing the civil legal profession
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Univ. of Arizona Law Jan 18
Follow Arizona Law on Instagram for an insider’s look at the that defies all stereotypes
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Univ. of Arizona Law Jan 18
Happening this Tuesday, Jan. 22 a panel discussion w/ Chief Justice Scott Bales, President Jeffrey Willis and Arizona Access to Justice Commission Chair Lawrence F. Winthrop on changes facing the civil legal profession
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UA IPLP Program Jan 18
2018 JD graduate Mia Montoya Hammersley mederating panel 2 of "The End of Enironvmental Law?" Conference. Happening now !
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Univ. of Arizona Law Jan 17
Commentary from Arizona Law Professor Andrew Coan:
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Univ. of Arizona Law Jan 17
Arizona Law professor Andrew Coan's op-ed in the
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Univ. of Arizona Law Jan 17
Tomorrow, Carmelo Barbaro from Chicago Poverty Lab will speak about urban poverty. Despite decades of research, segregation and inequality remain entrenched features of American cities. How can researchers & policymakers work together more effectively?
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Galanda Broadman Jan 16
Cherished photo with Dean Marc Miller and today at Rob’s Regents Professor honoring. Greatly admire both men, especially for their commitment to indigenous human rights advocacy and to .
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Univ. of Arizona Law Jan 16
Join representatives of state, local, and federal public law agencies in a panel discussion on their career path and what they do as public lawyers. Thursday, Jan. 17 at Arizona Law, Room 168 at noon.
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Univ. of Arizona Law Jan 16
Tomorrow Arizona Law's PCLP presents, "Perspectives on Competencies in Criminal Defense Practice" with Arizona Law alum Amanda Bynum in room 160 at noon.
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Univ. of Arizona Law Jan 16
“A generation of students and now professors and leaders in Indian Law can trace their intellectual foundations to Professor Williams and his work is echoing throughout Arizona, the United States and the world,” said Arizona Law Dean Marc Miller of .
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Salon Jan 16
“This is potentially the most explosive special prosecutor investigation in US history.” Join special prosecutor expert Andrew Coan of LIVE on talking Mueller and Barr. Watch: .
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Univ. of Arizona Law Jan 15
. alumnus (’00) will discuss how at least 80 tribes have devolved from traditional kinship systems to disenrollment, blood quantum and other non-indigenous practices, this Thursday, Jan. 17
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Univ. of Arizona Law Jan 15
Arizona Law professor Andrew Coan discusses the history of special prosecutors on this morning's
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Stacy Butler Jan 15
Day 1 of the Visualizing Justice course at - asking undergrads to brainstorm on what they were taught about justice growing up in America.
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Native Nations Institute Jan 14
HAPPENING TOMORROW (1/15) | Join us as we welcome Diane Enos as the second speaker of the 2019 Native Women in Governance Perspectives on Indigenous Leadership series here at the This event will be held in room 168 of school at 12 pm
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ICYMI: Why have presidents appointed special counsels when they are not required to do so? Why do presidents tolerate special counsels, even when they can fire them? Answers from Andrew Coan of
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Aaron J. Freiwald Jan 15
Did you know that Grant appointed the first special prosecutor? As the Mueller investigation intensifies, check out the current episode, with UArizona Prof Andrew Coan. We discuss the hows and whys of special prosecutors. .
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