|Sat May 18 2013 14:53:29||UA Law | From the Dean | Conferences|
Comparative Law Topic of April Conference
As part of its ongoing effort to integrate various disciplines in a sustained study of important public issues, and to offer a global vision of law, the Rogers College of Law will host a two-day conference this spring.
Fall Conference Takes Behind the Scenes Look at 9th Circuit
Handling the largest proportion of the federal appellate caseload, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals draws both accolades and criticism, in terms of its decisions as well as its organization. A fall conference, to be held September 30 – October 1, 2005 at the Rogers College of Law, will provide attendees with a more in-depth understanding of the court and the context in which it operates. Anyone interested in the inner workings of the so-called “workhorse court” is invited to participate.
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