ua law logo high res | Link                                                                                 January 1, 2014


Happy New Year from the College of Law!


We have high hopes for 2014 at the College of Law.  Let me highlight two major events in January. 



 34th Annual Marks Memorial Lecture.   Thursday, January 23rd, 5-6 p.m.


Justice Goodwin Liu of the California Supreme Court, and a former member of the Berkeley Law faculty, will speak on Justice and the Distribution of Educational Opportunity.  


Saving the Neighborhood-Full Day Conference.   Friday, January 31st 9a.m.-4:30p.m. 


Join us at the law school as we celebrate the new book by our colleague Carol Rose and Columbia Law School professor Richard Brooks, exploring the history and continuing relevance of racially restrictive housing covenants.   


Panelists include leading scholars from around the country.  They are:


  • Robert Gordon (Professor of Law, Stanford and Chancellor Kent Professor Emeritus of Law and Legal History, (Yale Law School),

  • Risa Goluboff (John Allan Love Professor of Law, Justice Thurgood Marshall Distinguished Professor of Law, and Professor of History at the University of Virginia),

  • Lani Guinier (Bennett Boskey Professor at Harvard Law School),

  • Gerald Torres (Bryant Smith Chair in Law at the University of Texas at Austin),

  • Gabriel "Jack" Chin (Professor of Law at UC Davis School of Law and the former Chester H. Smith Professor of Law, University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law), and

  • Price V. Fishback, (Thomas R. Brown Professor of Economics at the University of Arizona Eller College of Management).

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As 2014 unfolds, we look forward to telling you about life at Arizona Law.  And there is much to tell.


As everyone who follows legal education knows, these are challenging times.  Arizona Law continues to navigate these turbulent waters from the northern end of the Sonoran Desert. 


We continue to admit and train students who are as capable, as creative, and as committed to the law as the generations who have come before.  And we continue to innovate what happens within and beyond the College of Law so that our great students will have the fullest range of the opportunities in the profession.


We will soon return in Wildcat Wednesday-Letter of the Law to stories about current students, alumni, and faculty.  The Arizona Law community is infinitely deep and diverse, and we look forward to sharing the stories of its members.   


For now, we have put together a photo collage selected from the 2013 editions of Letter of the Law.   Enjoy. 



Again, Happy New Year!


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Alum and Phoenix Suns President Jason Rowley ('01) met with Veterans' Advocacy Law Clinic Director Kristine Huskey and SBA President Sean Estrada, right.
Robson Hauser ('14) and Sean Kelly ('15) with Professor Tom Mauet celebrating their Jenckes Cup victory.   With this win,  Arizona Law extends its winning streak to an unprecedented 4th year in a row.

Chase Velasquez (Class of 2015)
Barter, Calin
Caylin Barter (Class of 2013)
Bambauer, Jane (pony)
Professor Jane Bambauer taking a break with a therapy pony
Shea, James
Alum James Shea ('82)
Shea, james (car)
Shae showing his Wildcat pride

David Udall ('14) and his family

Zapata, Frank
US District Court Judge Frank Zapata ('73)
Rebekah Wallace ('15)
Foster, Jonay
Janay Foster ('13)
Burrell, Ian
Ian, Shaylee and Courtney Burrell ('13)
Lutz, Jennifer
Jennifer Lutz ('97)
Adrew Kohn ('93)
Galanda, Gabe
Gabe Galanda ('00)
Jurichko, Karen
Karen Jurichko ('14)
King, Kate
Kate King ('06)

Townsend, Germar
Germar Townsend ('13)
Gregory, Michelle
Michelle Gregory ('10)

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