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    The University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law

    University of Arizona
    James E. Rogers College of Law
    P.O. Box 210176
    Tucson, AZ 85721-0176
    (520)621-9949
    FAX: (520)621-9140

    Post Graduate Degrees:
    • LLM International Trade Law
    • LLM Indian Law


    About the College

    James E. Rogers College of Law is the law school at the University of Arizona located in Tucson, Arizona. It is named after noted broadcasting mogul and philanthropist James E. Rogers, a 1962 graduate of the school. The law school is approved by the American Bar Association and opened in 1915. It was the first law school founded in the State of Arizona. The Rogers College of Law is consistently ranked in the top tier of law schools in the U.S., and was ranked 38th nationally by U.S. News and World Report in 2008. The Rogers College of Law is one of 80 law schools nationwide to have a chapter of the Order of the Coif. It has two student publications: Arizona Law Review and Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law.

    The school's first-year curriculum differs somewhat from that of most law schools; in addition to Torts, Contracts, Constitutional Law, Civil Procedure, and Property, the school also requires "The Regulatory State"--a course on legislative and administrative law. The first-year curriculum also requires Criminal Procedure rather than Criminal Law.

    In addition to the J.D. program, the school offers LLM degrees in Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy, and International Trade and Business Law. The International Trade and Business Law program is offered in coordination with the National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade. Students finishing their LLM degree in either program may continue on to an S.J.D. degree after completing substantial original research into their field of study.

    Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor served as the Jurist in Residence for the 2005-2006 academic term. In the spring semesters of 2006 through 2008, she has taught a course on the Supreme Court.
    In Fall 2006, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg delivered the 27th Isaac Marks Lecture at the school, entitled "Reflections on Arizona’s Pace-Setting Justices: William Hubbs Rehnquist and Sandra Day O’Connor."

    In Spring 2006, 2003 Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi taught a course titled "Islam and Human Rights."
    Toni Massaro is the current Dean. Several of the school's professors are the preeminent experts in their field, including Dan Dobbs (torts), Tom Mauet (trial advocacy) and Boris Kozolchyk (international commercial law). The school boasts 32 full-time faculty members.

    Beginning with the Fall 2008 semester, classes will return to the law building after its multi-million dollar renovation.

    The College of Law at the University of Arizona is a nationally prominent law school that has developed an outstanding academic program to prepare lawyers for leadership and service throughout the State, the country and internationally. We have created a close-knit community of scholars, educators and students who seek to advance justice. Our core values— justice, professional integrity, public leadership and community service—inform all of our programs, activities and decisions.
    The University of Arizona College of Law—the first law school in Arizona and one of the first established in the West— was founded in 1915, when a Department of Law was created as part of the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences at the University of Arizona, Arizona’s first University. In 1925, the College of Law was established as the fifth college at the University of Arizona. In 1999, the College was renamed the James E. Rogers College of Law, in honor of the generous support of James E. Rogers, prominent attorney, businessman, educational leader and philanthropist, who graduated from the College of Law in 1962. During the College’s almost 100-year history, many of Arizona’s most distinguished judges and lawyers have pursued their legal educations at the UA. In addition, our graduates hold positions of leadership in the legal, corporate and political arenas throughout the U.S. and internationally. The College is fully accredited by the American Bar Association and has been a member of the Association of American Law Schools since 1931. The College is one of 80 law schools nationwide to have a chapter of the Order of the Coif, the prestigious national law academic honor society.

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    Clinical Programs

    The James E. Rogers College of Law boasts a number of clinical programs, including:
    • The Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy Program
    • Domestic Violence Clinic
    • Child Advocacy Clinic
    • Volunteer Lawyers Program
    • NALSA Legal Referral Program (a collaboration with the Tucson Indian Center)


    Certificate Programs and Concentrations
    • International Trade and Business Law
    • Criminal Law
    • Environmental Law, Science and Policy
    • Federal, State and International Taxation
    • Intellectual Property Law
    • International and Comparative Law


    The Law Library

    Perhaps nowhere in the College has technology had a greater impact on the way we train law students than in the law library. Increasingly, the legal information sources lawyers rely upon are in a digital format. The Law Library owns or subscribes to a wide array of online databases and digital libraries. In addition, the College of Law community has access to a variety of interdisciplinary databases available through the University Library. Law librarians monitor emerging digital services and secure access in response to student and faculty needs.
    The College of Law Library is a fully networked, technologically sophisticated facility that is constantly evolving. The student computer lab in the library contains networked computers allowing for easy access to a full range of digital information. Email, computerized legal research services, the Internet and electronic reserve materials are available not only through the computer lab, but also at public area work stations and through laptop ports located throughout the law library, and through a wireless network available in the library and throughout the College of Law.

    Various software applications, ranging from word processing and spreadsheets to presentation programs are available to students in the lab. Learning software in a range of law school subjects developed or distributed by the Center for Computer- Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI), a consortium of over 180 law schools, including the College of Law, is available in the laboratory. Both WESTLAW and LEXIS maintain a presence in the laboratory and students are trained in electronic legal research.

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    Contact

    The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, P.O. Box 210176, Tucson, Arizona 85721-0176, Tel: (520) 621-1373

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    Financial Aid

    The University of Arizona offers a variety of financial aid, including scholarships and loan opportunities, to assist students in paying for their higher education. Virtually every applicant can receive sufficient financial assistance to cover his or her University-assessed budget needs. Some of these forms of aid are need-based; others are not based upon financial need. Typically, financial aid packages combine two or more of the following types of aid:
    • Scholarships
    • Subsidized Stafford Loans
    • Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
    • Graduate Plus Loans


    To assist students in obtaining financial aid, Kimberly Marlow serves as the financial aid counselor for admitted and enrolled law students. Ms. Marlow is located in Room 201G of the College, and can be reached at (520) 626-8101 or by e-mail at [email protected]


    LL.M. in International Trade and Business Law

    In addition to the outstanding Juris Doctor (J.D.) program, the College of Law offers a graduate law program in international trade law. The Master of Laws in International Trade (LL.M.) Program, offered by the College of Law in coordination with the National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade, began enrolling students in the Fall of 1994. The LL.M. Program provides candidates with the theoretical and practical knowledge required to understand current developments in the areas of international trade and commercial law, particularly with regard to Western Hemisphere free trade and economic integration.

    LL.M. candidates must complete a minimum of 24 credit hours for the degree. Approximately one third of the curriculum is devoted to 'core courses in international trade and investment law and international commercial law. Another one third are drawn from the College of Law's general curriculum, in areas such as corporate law, administrative law, antitrust law or environmental law. The final third is derived from direct research and writing at the National Law Center, with students participating in the various legal research, analysis and drafting projects undertaken by the National Law Center. Current projects include the development of an electronic commercial registry; comparison of and suggestions for harmonization of transportation documentation, state environmental legislation and customs procedures; and consideration of common rules for recognition of judgments, among others, all with principal focus on this hemisphere. The Center's methodology contemplates analysis of the various laws and regulations as written, the 'living law' -- how the law operates in practice -- consultation with government and private experts as to what changes are needed, and drafting of new legislation, regulations or uniform rules. LL.M. candidates participate in all aspects of these projects, including on-site research, analysis and writing of reports.

    For additional information on the LL.M. program, including admission information, visit the LLM International Trade and Business Law web site or contact:

    Director of Graduate Studies in Law
    The University of Arizona College of Law
    P.O. Box 210176
    Tucson, Arizona 85721-0176
    (520) 621-9475
    Email: [email protected]


    The National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade

    The National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade was founded in 1992 and is a non-profit research and educational institution affiliated with The University of Arizona. The Center seeks to develop the legal infrastructure necessary to facilitate the movement of goods, services and investment capital in the Western Hemisphere. The Center conducts comparative legal and transactional studies of the disparate laws, practices and attitudes among countries of the Western Hemisphere desiring to participate in a free trade area. The Center's various projects serve to identify and eliminate the structural legal obstacles to free trade through the harmonization of commercial laws and practice, and the standardization of legal documentation.


    Other Information
    • The Law Commons Project
    • Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy Program
    • International Trade and Business Law
    • Arizona Legal Studies
    • Journals & Publications
    • ArizonaNativeNet
    • Arizona Law Forums
    • The Rehnquist Center


    https://law.arizona.edu/


    Contact Information

    College of Law Mailing Address:

    The University of Arizona
    James E. Rogers College of Law
    PO Box 210176
    Tucson, AZ 85721
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      Re: The University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law

      Administration
      • Mohyeddin Abdulaziz, Director of Information Technology
      • Mary N.Birmingham, Assistant Dean for Career Services
      • Janet Brauneis, Assistant Dean for Development and Academic Enrichment
      • Michael Chiorazzi, Director of the Law Library
      • Eric James Eden, Assistant Dean for Admissions & Financial Aid
      • Martha Fenn, Coordinator of Special Projects
      • David Gantz, Director of Graduate Studies
      • Dr. Willie Jordan-Curtis, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
      • Kay Kavanagh, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
      • Paul Kealey, Internet Developer
      • Jane Korn, Associate Dean for Curriculum & IT, John D. Lyons Professor of Law
      • Janice Marotta, Registrar
      • Toni M. Massaro, Dean, Chief Administrator at the College of Law
      • Paula Nailon, Assistant Dean for Professional Development
      • Suzanne Rabe, Director of Legal Writing
      • Nancy A. Stanley, Assistant Dean for Development and Public Relations
      • Henrietta Stover, Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration



      Faculty
      • Adelman, David E. Associate Professor of Law
      • Anaya, James James J. Lenoir Professor of Human Rights Law and Policy
      • Andrews, Arthur W. Dorothy H. and Lewis Rosenstiel Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Law & Senior Lecturer
      • Ares, Charles E. J. Byron McCormick Professor Emeritus and Special Advisor to the College
      • Atwood, Barbara Mary Anne Richey Professor of Law
      • Austin, Graeme W. J. Byron McCormick Professor of Law
      • Barnes, Katherine Associate Professor of Law, Director of the Rogers Program on Law and Society
      • Bennett, Paul D. Clinical Professor of Law & Director of the Child Advocacy Clinic
      • Boyd, William E. Chester Smith Professor of Law (Retired), Senior Lecturer in Law
      • Braucher, Jean Roger C. Henderson Professor of Law
      • Bublick, Ellen M. Dan B. Dobbs Professor of Law
      • Chin, Gabriel J. (Jack) Chester H. Smith Professor of Law, Professor of Public Administration and Policy, & Co-Director, Program in Criminal Law and Policy
      • Chiorazzi, Michael Associate Dean for Information Services, Professor of Law and Information Resources & Library Science
      • Dobbs, Dan Regents & Rosentiel Distinguished Professor of Law
      • Engel, Kirsten H. Professor of Law
      • Gantz, David A. Samuel M. Fegtly Professor of Law; Director, International Trade Law Program; Associate Director, National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade
      • Glennon, Robert Morris K. Udall Professor of Law & Public Policy
      • Harris, Zelda Clinical Professor of Law & Director Domestic Violence Clinic
      • Hegland, Kenney F. James E. Rogers Professor of Law
      • Henderson, Roger C. Ralph W. Bilby Professor Emeritus of Law
      • Hershey, Robert A. Director, Indigenous Peoples Law Clinic
      • Hoffman, Junius Professor of Law Emeritus
      • Hopkins, James C. Associate Clinical Professor, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program
      • Hymel, Mona L. Arthur W. Andrews Professor of Law
      • Jordan-Curtis, Willie Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Associate Clinical Professor of Law
      • Kavanagh, Kay Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; August G. Eckhardt Faculty Leader
      • Korn, Jane Associate Dean for Curriculum and IT and John D. Lyons Professor of Law
      • Kozolchyk, Boris Evo DeConcini Professor of Law and Director of National Law Center
      • Marcus, Lynn Director, Immigration Clinic
      • Marcus, David Associate Professor of Law
      • Massaro, Toni M. Dean and Regents' Professor, Milton O. Riepe Chair in Constitutional Law
      • Mauet, Thomas A. Milton O. Riepe Professor and Director of Trial Advocacy
      • Merico, Ana Maria Associate Professor of Law and Affiliated Professor of Latin American Studies
      • Miller, Marc L. Ralph W. Bilby Professor of Law
      • Obiora, Leslye Professor of Law
      • Orbach, Barak Y. Associate Professor of Law
      • Rabe, Suzanne M. Director of Legal Writing and Associate Clinical Professor
      • Ratner, Jamie Professor of Law
      • Rider, Sally Director, The William H. Rehnquist Center on the Constitutional Structures of Government
      • Rose, Carol M. Lohse Chair in Water and Natural Resources
      • Schneyer, Ted Milton O. Riepe Professor of Law
      • Silverman, Andy Joseph M. Livermore Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Program
      • Smolensky, Kirsten Associate Professor of Law
      • Spece, Roy G. Professor of Law
      • Strong, John W. Rosenstiel Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Law
      • Swain, John A. Associate Professor of Law
      • Tatum, Melissa L. Research Professor of Law & Associate Director, Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy Program
      • Tucker, Lee Associate Clinical Professor of Law and Assistant Director of the Legal Writing Program
      • Washburn, Kevin Rosenstiel Distinguished Professor of Law
      • Weiss, Elliott J. Charles E. Ares Professor Emeritus of Law
      • Wexler, David B. Distinguished Research Professor of Law, Rogers College of Law; Professor of Law & Director, Int'l Network on Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Univ. Puerto Rico
      • White, Brent T. Associate Professor of Law and Affiliated Professor of East Asian Studies
      • Williams, Robert A. E. Thomas Sullivan Professor of Law and American Indian Studies & Director of the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program
      • Woods, Winton D. Professor of Law



      Visiting Faculty
      • Burt, Robert Visiting Professor Spring 2009
      • Dallas, Lynne Visiting Professor Spring 2009
      • Jones, RonNell Anderson Visiting Professor Spring 2009
      • Klarman, Michael Visiting Professor Spring 2009
      • Koppelman, Andrew Visiting Professor Spring 2009
      • Large, Donald Visiting Professor Spring 2009
      • Mundheim, Robert Sabbatical Visitor
      • O'Connor, Sandra Day Distinguished Jurist in Residence
      • Pollack, Daniel Visiting Professor Spring 2009
      • Quick, Brenda Visiting Professor Spring 2009



      Staff
      • Kerin Allen, Library Assistant Senior, Cataloging
      • Cissi Armstrong, Accountant
      • Francisco Avalos, Librarian, Foreign/International Law
      • Deborah Beaumont, Library Assistant Senior, Access Services
      • Barbara Carlson, Administrative Associate, Career Services
      • Mary Lou Castillo, Library Assistant, Processing
      • Kay Clark, Administrative Associate, Admissions
      • Carolyn Coolidge, Program Coordinator, Senior, LL.M. Program
      • Sandy Davis, Program Coordinator Sr., Deans Office
      • Erica DeFrain, Educational Technology Librarian
      • Kathy E. Deitering, Administrative Associate, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program
      • Shaun Esposito, Librarian, Head of Public Services
      • Bertha Fresquez, Administrative Associate, Clinics
      • Kristie Gallardo, Admin. Associate, Faculty Support
      • Maureen Garmon, Librarian, Access Services
      • Robert Genovese, Head of Technical Services, Library
      • Carol Gloriosa, Accountant Assoc., IPLP Program
      • Taylor Green, Systems Support Analyst, IT Support
      • Vanessa Guess-Johnson, Library Assistant Senior, Serials
      • Melissa Haun, Program Director, Senior, Faculty Support
      • Lavonne Hayden, Administrative Assistant, Development
      • Don Kangas, Systems Support Analyst, IT Support
      • Jacquelyn Kasper, Reference/Government Documents Librarian
      • Garnette Knoll, Systems Support Analyst, Senior, IT Department
      • Barbara Lopez, Admin. Assistant, Faculty Support
      • Kim Marlow, Program Coordinator, Senior
      • Monique Marquez, Library Assistant, Processing
      • Astrid Norvelle, Catalog Management Librarian/Assistant Head of Technical



      Services
      • Dan Nunez, Office Specialist, Admissions
      • Kymberli Olsen, Program Coordinator, Development Office
      • Debbie Padilla Campbell, Administrative Associate, Student Affairs/Registrar
      • Donna Ream, Program Coordinator, Academic Enrichment
      • Krista Rudd, Library Assistant Senior, Government Documents
      • Karen Russell, Accountant, Associate
      • Leah Sandwell-Weiss, Librarian, Reference
      • Bonnie Schlichting, Administrative Associate, Library


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