In 1953, C. Lawrence Huerta became the first Native student to earn a law degree from The University of Arizona. In the six decades since Judge's Huerta's graduation, almost 200 students have earned degrees from Arizona Law with a focus on Indian and Indigenous peoples' law, and many of them followed Judge Huerta's footsteps into public service. In 2013, Arizona Law recognized Judge Huerta's career as a dedicated public servant by conferring upon him its highest honor - a Lifetime Achievement Award. To celebrate Judge Huerta's distinguished career, Arizona Law is launching a campaign to raise $5,000,000 for scholarship funds to assist students interested in working with and for tribal governments. You can help us honor Judge Huerta's inspiring legacy and continue the tradition he began.