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Years prior to being appointed to the law faculty at the UA, Katherine Barnes served as a clerk to Sonia Sotomayor, the newest U.S. Supreme Court justice.

Years prior to being appointed to the law faculty at the UA, Katherine Barnes served as a clerk to Sonia Sotomayor, the newest U.

Legal expert Robert A. Williams Jr. on why none of the Supreme Court justices "wants Indian cases," Hollywood's use of "savage" imagery and the Redskins.

Legal expert Robert A. on why none of the Supreme Court justices "wants Indian cases," Hollywood's use of "savage" imagery and the Redskins.

University of Arizona law professor James Anaya has dedicated his life to the defense of human rights and the freedoms of indigenous peoples. He has argued before the Supreme Court and led a precedent-setting case that recognized indigenous land rights as a matter of international law. He may soon add Nobel Peace Prize winner to his résumé. POSTED: February 20, 2014

University of Arizona law professor James Anaya has dedicated his life to the defense of human rights and the freedoms of indigenous peoples. He has argued before the Supreme Court

Web Extra: American Indians Confront "Savage Anxieties"

Web Extra: American Indians Confront "Savage Anxieties" Professor Robert A. Williams discusses the IPLP Program with Bill Moyers in this web extra.

Arizona Law Professor Kirsten H. Engel discusses the Supreme Court opinion affirming the EPA's right to regulate greenhouse gases for large energy producers with Tucson News Now's Bud Foster. POSTED: June 23, 2014

Arizona Law Professor Kirsten H. Engel discusses the Supreme Court opinion affirming the EPA's right to regulate greenhouse gases for large energy producers with Tucson News Now's Bud Foster.

Professor Robert A. Williams, Jr. discusses how an effective, independent justice system can play a pivotal role in a Native nation's efforts to exercise its sovereignty and strengthen its communities.  For more information on the Rebuilding Native Nations course series, visit www.rebuildingnativenations.com  For more information on the Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy (NNI), visit www.nni.arizona.edu

Professor Robert A. discusses how an effective, independent justice system can play a pivotal role in a Native nation's efforts to exercise its sovereignty and strengthen its communities.

"Reaction to Ferguson Decision Shows Racial Divide Remains Over Views of Justice" on NYTimes.com, November 25, 2014.

Reaction to Ferguson Decision Shows Racial Divide Remains Over Views of Justice

Differences in how African-Americans and whites view criminal justice issues.

The United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces made its first-ever appearance in Tucson on Tuesday Feb. 26, 2013 as part of the Project Outreach program.

The United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces made its first-ever appearance in Tucson on Tuesday Feb. 2013 as part of the Project Outreach program.

Professor Barbara Atwood is quoted in this Reuters story about a group of same-sex couples in Arizona filing a federal lawsuit to challenge the state's ban on gay marriage, arguing that it violates the equal protection clause of the U.S. Constitution. POSTED: March 13, 2014

Arizona same-sex couples sue state over gay marriage ban

A group of same-sex couples in Arizona filed a federal lawsuit on Thursday to challenge the state's ban on gay marriage, arguing that it violates the equal protection clause of the U. Constitution, court documents showed.

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