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Tucson Recent Graduates Professional Development Event, 3:00 - 7:00 p.m., July 22, 2004, Arizona State Office Complex, 400 W. Congress.

Phoenix Young Alumni Professional Development Event, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m., June 24, 2004. Social Hour follows. Snell & Wilmer, One Arizona Center, 400 E. Van Buren

Professor Atwood Receives Sarah Herring Sorin Award

Professor Barbara Atwood, Mary Anne Richey Professor of Law, received the Arizona Women Lawyers Association's highest honor, the Sarah Herring Sorin Award, at this year's annual Mary Anne Richey Scholarship Breakfast, Friday, June 11, 2004, at the Phoenician Resort, in conjunction with the Arizona State Bar Convention. Prof. Atwood was an original founder of the Law School's Law Women's Association and remains its faculty advisor. Her career has been dedicated to advancing issues important to women, children, and families. The Sorin Award, named in honor of Arizona's first female attorney, is given to an Arizona woman attorney who has made an outstanding contribution to women and the profession. Past recipients include Roxana C. Bacon, the first woman elected president of the Arizona State Bar, and the Honorable Mary M. Schroeder, Chief Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Posted Tuesday, June 8, 2004.

Graduating Students Leave Record $50,000 Legacy to Rogers College of Law

In the largest graduating class gift in its history, members of the Class of 2004 have donated or pledged more than $50,000 to the University of Arizona Rogers College of Law. The contribution outpaces most law school class gifts and, with almost 80% class’s 152 members contributing, is also thought to be one of the best supported. Organizers expect to reach 80% participation by graduation day, May 15. Third-year students voted to determine where their donations would go. About 20% of the 2004 Class gift will complete a permanent endowment for the Susan S. Barber Memorial Scholarship, a fund established after the death of a much-loved classmate last year. The remainder will be allocated to the Deans’ Faculty Recruitment Fund to help attract leading scholars and teachers to the Rogers College. The Press Release has more information. Posted Monday, May 17, 2004.

2003 Nobel Peace Prize Winner to Speak at the University of Arizona

Mark your calendar for a very special address, when 2003 Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi will speak on “Islam, Democracy and Human Rights,” Tuesday, May 18, 2004, at 6:30 in the Student Union Grand Ballroom. She is the first Muslim woman to win the Peace prize, is a lawyer and human rights activist, one of Iran’s first female judges, and a poet. She has campaigned for women’s and children’s rights for over twenty years and succeeded in effecting important reforms in family laws. Her talk will be in Persian, with English translation. Posted Friday, May 7, 2004.

Spring Commencement & Reception, Centennial Hall & Mall, May 15, 2004.

Jim Crow Report Gets Legislative Action in Southern States

    

"Still on the Books: Jim Crow and Segregation Laws Fifty Years After Brown v. Board of Education," a report on the present-day legacy of segregation in the public schools, issued by the Jim Crow Study Group at the University of Arizona, has generated legislative action in Louisiana and Missouri. Other states are expected to follow. In Missouri, House Bill 1631, proposing the elimination of references to a segregated reform school for "Negroes," passed the House on March 31 on a 158 -- 0 vote and is awaiting state Senate action. In Louisiana, companion bills (HB 215 and HB 216) to repeal Louisiana laws still on the books authorizing the closure of integrated public schools and the payment of teachers who are imprisoned for resisting integration have been introduced. Both bills have been assigned to Louisiana's House Education Committee. The Press Release has more information on reaction to the Report. Posted Friday, May 14, 2004.

National Law Center Taking on New Project

The National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade, affiliated with the College of Law, is undertaking a project for trade capacity building and economic development in the U.S. - Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) region. Initially, the project will entail the development of a multi-country “Trade and Commercial Environment Assessment” for the CAFTA region. This project presents an outstanding and unique opportunity for students and faculty at the College of Law to participate in an important legal reform initiative that is likely to extend throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Read more here. Posted Wednesday, April 28, 2004.

Phoenix Recent Graduates & New Admittee Reception, 5:30 - 7:00 p.m., Apr. 28, 2004, Quarles & Brady Streich Lang, LLP, One Renaissance Square, Two North Central.

Arizona Law Graduates Shaping National Law and Policy Events Scheduled

At 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 27, former Arizona Senator and alumnus Dennis DeConcini will speak in the Ares Auditorium at the Rogers College of Law. Reception to follow in the Courtyard.

At noon on Tuesday, April 13, former Arizona Congressman and alumnus James F. McNulty, Jr., will read from and autograph his new book, Running Uphill: Recollections of a Congressman from Arizona, at the University of Arizona BookStore, General Books Northside Conversation Area. Congressman McNulty served three terms in the Arizona State Senate and a term in the United States House of Representatives. His book provides an inside look at Arizona politics over his fifty-year career. Posted Tuesday, March 23, 2004.

Phoenix Recent Graduates & New Admits Reception, 5:30 - 7:00 p.m., April 24, 2004.

Tenure News

Congratulations are in order to Ana Merico-Stephens, Associate Professor of Law and Affiliated Professor of Latin American Studies, who was recently awarded Tenure. Prof. Merico-Stephens teaches courses on civil procedure, federal courts, and comparative law. Posted Tuesday, Apr. 20, 2003.

Dean Massaro's Spring 2004 Newsletter

Dean Massaro's Spring 2004 Newsletter is available online at www.law.arizona.edu/news/FromTheDean/spring2004/. The Newsletter contains student stories, new initiatives, and college and alumni news. Posted Tuesday, April 15, 2004.

First Ever Appellate Hearing of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe to Take Place at College of Law

Professor Robert Williams was selected last year as Chief Justice of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe's highest court - the Yavapai-Prescott Tribal Court of Appeals. Professors Jim Anaya and Robert Hershey were selected to be the two other justices on the bench.

Their first hearing of an oral argument, for Stan Rice et.al v. Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe, will take place at the Rogers College of Law, in Room 106, the Stanley G. Feldman Appellate Courtroom on Thursday, May 6, at 2:30 p.m.

The Justices wish to invite the law school to view this first ever appellate hearing of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian tribe. For additional information, please contact Jaime Lavallee at jaime.lavallee@law.arizona.edu. Posted Tuesday, April 13, 2004.

Richard Grand Damages Argument Competition Winners

The Richard Grand Damages Argument Competition was held on April 19, 2004. The competition is the brainchild of alumni Richard D. Grand (‘58), a local attorney specializing in personal injury law. According to Professor Thomas Mauet, faculty sponsor and Director of Trial Advocacy, “Mr. Grand wanted to have a competition that focused on what he thought was the hardest part of closing arguments in personal injury cases; that is, arguing the emotional damages. Grand’s view is that effective personal injury attorneys are the ones who have the ability to translate those intangible losses into compensation for the plaintiff. He wanted to sponsor a competition to emphasize that point.” All students at the College of Law were eligible to participate by preparing and presenting a closing argument in a personal injury case. A panel of six veteran trial lawyers from Tucson evaluated the five finalists on the persuasiveness as well as the delivery of their arguments. Congratulations go to these finalists:

First Place: Melissa English
$2000
Second Place: Mark Hummels
$1000
Third Place: Megan Nielsen
$500
Fourth Place: Kristin Brook
$250
Fourth Place: Scott McDonald
$250

Posted Monday, Apr. 19, 2004. Updated Wednesday, Apr. 21, 2004.

30th Annual Law College Association Appreciation Dinner

The 30th Annual Law College Association Appreciation Dinner and Silent Auction & Raffle to benefit the Law Library will be held on Saturday, April 17, 2004, at the Omni Tucson National Resort, in Tucson. Please join the Association in honoring

  • Former Dean Paul Marcus with the Arizona Alumni Association's Distinguished Citizen Award
  • James M. Sakrison with the Arizona Alumni Association's Sidney S. Woods Alumni Service Award
  • Dev K. Sethi with the Arizona Alumni Association's Outstanding Young Alumni Volunteer Award
  • Gordon Lewis with the Law College Association's Appreciation Award

Burton J. Kinerk and Selma Paul Marks will be recognized for their years of service on the Law College Association Board of Directors.

Please contact Donna Ream at (520) 626-2400 or ream@law.arizona.edu for more information. Posted Tuesday, February 24, 2004.

Andrew Silverman Community Service Awards

The Andrew Silverman Community Service Awards go to one or more students in each class and to one student organization who exemplify the spirit of community service. This year's recipients are:

First-Year Students
Marian Conrad - for her work as as a board member of a local charity called "Youth On Their Own," a dropout prevention program for homeless youth in Pima County that serves approximately 800 youth each year.
Second-Year Student
Margaret MacDougal - for her work in starting, organizing, and managing the Pride Law Clinic in conjunction with Wingspan and her involvement with working with the National Lawyers Guild to arrange forums at the College of Law on a wide range of issues.
Sheila Schaeffer - for her outstanding job of coordinating the VLP Child Support Clinic this year. Her volunteer efforts have made it possible for many of our students to help people in court proceedings who otherwise would not receive assistance.
Third-Year Student
Renee Kuhn - for her dedication to helping the homeless as director of and tireless volunteer in the NLG Legal Referral Clinic at Casa Maria Soup Kitchen for the past two years.
Student Organization
Law Women's Association - for its efforts in raising money for the Child Advocacy and Domestic Violence Clinics, its mentor programs for new law students through the "Big & Littles" Program, and for its efforts to address relevant issues for women at law school and throughout the community, Roopali Desai, Director.

Posted Friday, April 9, 2004.

Fegtly Moot Court Competition Awards

The following awards were presented April 7, 2004, to the finalists in the Fegtly Moot Court Competition:

  • The F. Britton Burns Award for the Two Outstanding Advocates in the Final Round: Nat Benedict & Matt Reed
  • The David Burr Udall Award for Best Brief: Karin Hom & Timea Shaeffer
  • The Fegtly Moot Court Award Recognizing Outstanding Overall Advocate (Brief & Oral Combined): Timea Shaeffer
  • The Jo Dale Carrouthers Award Recognizing the Four Finalists: Nat Benedict, Karin Hom, Matt Reed, & Timea Shaeffer

Posted Friday, April 9, 2004.

2003 - 2004 Faculty, Staff, and Administration Appreciation Awards

On April 5, the Student Bar Association presented the following awards:

In addition, the students presented special awards to Dean Toni Massaro, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs Willie Jordan-Curtis, Assistant Dean for Career Services Mary Birmingham, Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration Henrietta Stover, Assistant Dean for External Relations Vicki Fleischer, and Mr. Mohyeddin Abdulaziz, Director of Information Technology. Posted Tuesday, April 6, 2004.

Rogers College of Law A "Top Tier" School

The James E. Rogers College of Law has again been ranked among the country’s ‘top tier’ law schools, according to a survey conducted by and published in U.S. News and World Report this week. The college ranks 43rd in a field of 177 accredited law schools across the country. Last year, the College was ranked 44th. Posted Friday, April 2, 2004.

Prof. Merico-Stephens Receives Senior Fulbright Lectureship Award

The Fullbright Commission has awarded Prof. Ana Merico-Stephens, Associate Professor of Law and Affiliated Professor of Latin American Studies, a Senior Fulbright Lectureship Award to teach “Introduction to Fundamental Rights in the United States” and “Introduction to the System of Public Interest Litigation and Collective Actions” at the Doctoral Program in Law Universidad Carlos III de Madrid during the fall semester 2004. The Fulbright Program, the U.S. government's flagship program in international educational exchange, was proposed to the U.S. Congress in 1945 by then freshman Senator J. William Fulbright of Arkansas. The Fulbright Program is sponsored by the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, and requires applicants to go through a competitive application/selection process. Posted Friday, March 19, 2004.

Prof. Kozolchyk Receives ABA Award

The American Bar Association Section of International Law and Practice has selected Prof. Boris Kozolchyk, Evo DeConcini Professor of Law, to receive the Leonard J. Theberge Award for Private International Law. The award will be presented in Atlanta on August 6, 2004, during the ABA annual meeting, the premier gathering of legal professionals in the United States. The award was established to honor those persons who have made distinguished, long-standing contributions to development of private international law. Selection is made after reviewing work accomplished in promoting uniformity and harmonization of commercial law, including the areas of law and economic development, commercial and corporate law, conflict of law and dispute resolution. Prof. Kozolchyk's contributions as a professor of law and as founder and president of the National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade have included representing the United States within the Organization of American States (OAS) Specialized Conferences on Private International Law, Secured Transactions Law and on Choice of Law for Contractual Disputes; the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law for a Standby Letters of Credit and Bank Guarantee Convention and on the International Chamber of Commerce working on the Revision of the Uniform Customs and Practices for Documentary Credits. For more information, see the Press Release. Posted Monday, March 8, 2004. Updated Wednesday, March 10, 2004.

Crime & Punishment Panel Discussion, Topic: "Crime and Punishment: New Approaches to Confronting Military Impunity in Latin America," co-sponsored by Center for Latin American Studies and the James E. Rogers College of Law, 2:00 - 3:45 p.m., April 8, 2004, Integrated Learning Center, Rm. 130.

Class of 2004 Graduation Lunch, Arizona Inn, 12:00 - 2:30 p.m., April 8, 2004.

Fegtly Moot Court Competition - Final Round, April 7, 2004, 3:00 p.m., Room 106.

Professors Charles Ares and Jack Chin will discuss Brown v. Board of Education with Sandy Rathbun on One on One, KVOA, Channel 4, at 6:30 a.m., April 4, 2004.

2L Picnic & Softball Game, Himmel Park, 12:00 - 3:00 p.m., March 26, 2004.

Professors Jack Chin, Rogers College of Law, and Roger Hartley, School of Public Administration and Policy will speak on Arizona Illustrated, KUAT, Channel 6, at 6:30 p.m., March 24, 2004, concerning the Jim Crow Study Group and their recent report, “Still on the Books: Jim Crow and Segregation Laws Fifty Years After Brown v. Board of Education."

Spring Break, Mar. 15 - 19, 2004

Biotech Patents Topic of March 10th Seminar

A public lecture sponsored by the law firm of Quarles & Brady Streich Lang LLP and the College of Law, entitled "Biotechnology Patents Get Special Treatment", will explore the different and changing treatment of biotech patents at a breakfast seminar at the Phoenix Country Club, 2901 N. 7th Street, on Wednesday, March 10, 2004, from 7:45 - 10:00 a.m. Keynote Speaker is Dan L. Burk, the Oppenheimer, Wolff & Donnelly Professor of Law, University of Minnesota College of Law, an internationally known authority in intellectual property, specializing in biotechnology and cyber law. A panel discussion will follow; panel members include Prof. David Adelman; Barbara J. Luther, Quarles & Brady Streich Lang LLP; and Theresa C. Olson, Director of Operations, The Center for Translational Drug Development. Contact Erika Sahagun at 602-266-4829 for more information and reservations.

Valley of the Sun State of the College Address, 3:00 - 4:30 p.m., March 10, University of Arizona Phoenix Office, 4001 N. 3rd st., Suite 120.

Seminar on Inter-American Business & Trade Law, 2:30 - 6:00 p.m., March 9, Room 146.

Marks Lecture, Jeffrey Rosen, Associate Professor, George Washington University, and legal affairs editor of The New Republic, 10 a.m., March 4, Room 146; reception to follow in the courtyard. Topic: "The Unwanted Gaze: The Destruction of Privacy in America."

Rogers College of Law an "Excellent value"

The Rogers College of Law was identified as an "Excellent value" in the March 2004 PreLaw Insider magazine's list of "Best Schools for Your Money" in the public law school category. The magazine, aimed at prospective law students, used "six factors in calculating its 'Best Value' honors, using statistics from the ABA-LSAC 2004 Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools. The comparison gave a 30 percent weight each to tuition and bar pass rates and 10 percent each to unemployment rates, median grants awarded, clinics slots available and faculty-student ratio." Posted Wednesday, March 3, 2004.

Spring Convocation Speaker Announced

Former Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court Thomas A. Zlaket will be the Speaker at the Law School Convocation, May 15, 2004, 2 p.m., Centennial Hall. A light reception will follow immediately on the lawn in front of the Arizona State Museum. Posted Tuesday, March 2, 2004.

Jim Crow Study Group Calls for Repeal of Segregation-Era Laws

A report released by the Jim Crow Study Group at the University of Arizona, “Still on the Books: Jim Crow and Segregation Laws Fifty Years After Brown v. Board of Education,” calls for legislative review and repeal of provisions in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. The report details how legislation built on segregationist principles continues to influence public education even five decades later. For example, some private schools continue to enjoy the public property and other benefits given to them in an effort to undermine the Brown decision. The report calls for states to identify what public resources were used to support segregation, and to examine how current educational policies and procedures are influenced by segregationist philosophies. The Jim Crow Study Group is an academic organization at the University of Arizona purpose that aims to contribute to the improvement of the legal system. Professors Jack Chin, Rogers College of Law, and Roger Hartley, School of Public Administration and Policy began the Study Group as a shared project. Graduate students from both the Rogers College of Law and the Eller College of Business and Public Administration researched state codes and wrote the report under their supervision. For more information, see the Press Release. Posted Thursday, February 26, 2004.

Brown v. Board of Education 50th Anniversary Commemorations at the College of Law

The 50th anniversary of the United States Supreme Court’s decision in the landmark desegregation case of Brown v. Board of Education will be commemorated with a series of public discussions and activities this spring at the University of Arizona ’s Rogers College of Law. In this decision, rendered May 17, 1954, the Supreme Court unanimously declared that the practice of segregating students in educational facilities violated the students’ equal protection rights under the 14th Amendment to the United States Constitution. The sweeping civil rights changes triggered by Brown included some local controversies, including a desegregation lawsuit against Tucson Unified School District. The lawsuit will be discussed as part of the law school’s commemoration. Two public panel discussions are currently planned. The first, entitled "A Retrospective on Tucson's Desegregation Lawsuit," moderated by Prof. Barbara Atwood, on the local impact of Brown, was held on Wednesday, February 18, at 4:00 p.m. The second, on Wednesday, February 25, at 4:00 p.m., was entitled "Affirmative Action in Education 2004" and was moderated by Prof. Richard Ruiz, from the Department of Language, Reading and Culture at the University of Arizona College of Education. Other activities may be added throughout the spring. For more information, see the Press Release. Posted Friday, January 16, 2004. Updated Thursday, January 22, 2004. Updated Thursday, February 19, 2004.

Senator Kyl to Speak at the College of Law

Senator Jon Kyl will be the first speaker in a series on "Arizona Law Graduates Shaping National Law and Policy", at 4:00 p.m., in the Ares Auditorium. A reception, sponsored by the Federalist Society, will follow the speech. Senator Kyl is expected to speak on topics related to his service on the Senate Judiciary Committee and his leadership as Chair of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Terrorism, Technology & Homeland Security. For more information, see the Press Release. Posted Friday, January 30, 2004. Updated Tuesday, February 3, 2004.

2005 McCormick Lecture Set

Samantha Power, Lecturer in Public Policy at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government, will present the 2005 J. Byron McCormick Lecture in January 2005. Ms. Power is the author of the Pulitzer Prize winning book, The Problem From Hell: The United States in the Age of Genocide. Posted Thursday, February 5, 2004.

Law Student Earns Top Award for Health Law Writing

Roberta Parrish, a December 2003 graduate of the James E. Rogers College of Law, has won first place in the annual writing competition of the American Bar Association (ABA), Health Law Section. Her paper, entitled "Playing God: The TRIPS Agreement Waiver of August 2003,” will be published in The Health Lawyer, an ABA publication reaching more than 10,000 members. She was also awarded $500 and a trip to the Health Law Section's Emerging Issues program in La Jolla, California, in February 2004. Posted Thursday, February 5, 2004.

Biotechnology and the Law Forum

Leading U.S. Patent Scholar Professor Rochelle Dreyfuss will discuss the implications of a recent narrowing of the concept of the "experimental use" defense in patent law for the production of fundamental science in this forum, to be held Thursday, February 12, 2004, in Room 140, beginning at 10 a.m. Following her presentation, entitled "Promoting Progress in Biotechnology: Do We Need an Experimental Use Defense?", a panel will discuss "Experimental Use and the Business/University Interface." The panel, to be moderated by Professor David Adelman, from the College of Law, will consist of Professor Mark Janis, University of Iowa College of Law; Patrick L. Jones, Director, Office of Technology Transfer, University of Arizona; Barbara J. Luther, Patent Lawyer, Of Counsel, Quarles & Brady Streich Lang; and Huw R. Jones, In-house Counsel, at Ventana Medical Systems. A reception will follow at 12:15. The event is sponsored by Quarles & Brady Streich Lang LLP. CLE credit will be available. For more information, please contact Ms Donna L. Ream at (520) 626-2400 or check out this page for more information on the participants and links to a schedule and a registration form. Posted Monday, January 12, 2004. Updated Tuesday, February 3, 2004.

Richard Grand Legal Writing Competition Winners

Congratulations to the finalists of this year's Richard Grand Legal Writing Competition:

First Place: Bradley Pack, 2L
$2000
Second Place: Mark Hummels, 3L (tie)
$1000
Third Place: Michael Fleishman, 3L
$500
Fourth Place: Amy Wallace-Havens, 2L
$250
Fifth Place: Erin Borg, 3L
$250
Special Recognition for Visual Imagery Cyrus Niakan, 3L  

All law students were invited to submit a written legal argument responding to a case problem prepared by law faculty. This year's problem asked the contestants to answer the difficult question of whether the United States' designation of Ali al Mari, a citizen of Qatar, as an enemy combatant - and his subsequent detention in solitary confinement in a naval brig without charge, without counsel, and without trial date - is constitutionally permissible. Submissions were judged for accuracy, brevity, clarity and persuasiveness. Now in its 3rd year, the writing competition was conceived by local lawyer Richard D. Grand, a 1958 graduate of the College of Law. Grand’s career in personal injury law includes record verdicts and more than 100 settlements or verdicts in excess of $1 million dollars. He continues to support the writing competition as well as the Grand Damages Argument Competition, where students are judged on the persuasiveness of their oral arguments. Posted Monday, January 26, 2004. Updated Friday, January 30, 2004.

1L Class Luncheon, Marriott University Park, 12 p.m., January 30, 2004.

College of Law Wins Gumpert Award for Trial Advocacy - Update

The UA Rogers College of Law trial advocacy program was recently named as the best of its kind in the country. The American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL) conferred the Emil Gumpert Excellence in Trial Advocacy Award to the school in a ceremony on Friday, January 23, at 1:15. The ceremony included a courtroom skills presentation from current trial advocacy students, comments from Trial Advocacy Program Director, Professor Thomas A. Mauet, and comments from both national and local ACTL representatives. The award includes a $50,000 donation to the law school. "We are honored to receive such prestigious recognition, "said Dean Massaro. "We know from employers and from the success stories of our own students that our trial advocacy program graduates are well prepared for the courtroom." Ted Schmidt, a Tucson trial lawyer, trial advocacy instructor, and former president of ACTL's Arizona chapter, supported the UA's award and credits the program's success to Professor Thomas A. Mauet, the director of the program. "Tom pioneered the field of trial advocacy in his 25 years at the UA College of Law. He was light years ahead of anything out there, taking strong practical knowledge from his experience as a Chicago district attorney, and creating a curriculum that didn't exist," said Schmidt. For more information on this award, see the latest Press Release. The Wildcat published an article about the Award and the Award Ceremony in its January 26, 2004 edition. Posted Thursday, November 13, 2003. Updated Thursday, January 15, 2004. Updated Monday, January 26, 2004.

National Board of Visitors Meeting - Academic Summit on "What Does it Mean to Practice Law in the Interests of Justice?" This panel discussion will be moderated by Charles Ares, and will focus on the work of Ted Schneyer and Carrie Menkel-Meadow. The Summit will run from 10:15 - Noon, Friday, January 23, 2004, in Room 146.

Board of Visitors Annual Meeting, 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., January 23, 2004.

Richard Grand Legal Writing Awards will be announced at 3:15, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2004, in the Sullivan Room at the College of Law.

Brown at 50 Commemoration event: Roger Program Brownbag Presentation, Prof. Lee Baker, Cultural Anthropology and African and American Studies, Duke University, wil speak on "Peyote, Performance and the Politics of Assimilation" at noon, January 20, 2004, in the Sullivan Room.

First Day of Class, January 14, 2004.

Research & Writing Workshops for 1Ls, January 13, 2004.

Dean Massaro's Fall 2003 Newsletter

Dean Massaro's Fall 2003 Newsletter is available online at www.law.arizona.edu/news/FromTheDean/. The Newsletter contains information about the receipt of the Emil Gumpert Award for 2003 from the American College of Trial Lawyers, the Intellectual Property Program, and college and alumni news. Posted Tuesday, October 14, 2003.


Content updated 16 September 2004 by Leah Sandwell-Weiss .


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