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The microcampus's initial curriculum will include the Indigenous Governance Program courses jointly offered by the James E. Rogers College of Law and Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management and Policy. Courses will begin in October, and leaders plan to expand course offerings in the future.
Attorneys' fees and other barriers keep many people from setting up wills. A team of researchers from three colleges hopes artificial intelligence can automate parts of that process and make wills more accessible.
Title IX, the landmark legislation designed to eliminate sex discrimination in education, marks its 50th anniversary this year. Tammi Walker, an associate professor of law, talks about the legislation's impact and evolution.
Native SOAR, a College of Education program, will now reach more Native American communities with mentorship resources and professional development opportunities for K-12 educators.
Kirsten Engel researches how, why and when state and local climate policies spread to other jurisdictions or to the federal government.
A new study by UArizona law professor Derek Bambauer suggests that most people are content to let big data-produced algorithms decide many – but not all – of their day-to-day decisions.
The program in the James E. Rogers College of Law aims to diversify the legal field by offering a guide for Latina Bachelor of Arts in Law students interested in attending law school.
El programa Lawtina, lo cual es parte del Colegio de Leyes James E. Rogers, pretende diversificar el campo legal a través de ofrecer una guía para las latinas que están trabajando hacia su bachillerato de leyes y también quieran ir a una facultad de derecho.
The James E. Rogers College of Law will host a conversation with Judge David Barron of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit.