How 2L Anthony Tenney Is Building Towards a Career in Labor Law
Tenney is spending his summer defending the rights of rideshare drivers through a Peggy Browning Fund fellowship.Read More
Bernadine Ott Pushes for Better Access to Justice
“It’s important to be able to relate to the people you’re serving,” says Ott (Class of '22), who sees greater diversity in the legal field as key to making services more accessible.Read more
Cutting Through the Jargon—Creatively
Learn how the Creative Advocacy Lab designs easy-to-understand legal resources for underserved communities.Read more
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Prof. Amos Guiora Comments on Israel-Palestine TensionsAug 08, 2022
Professor Amos Guiora, an expert in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, spoke with several media outlets about the recent tensions and ceasefire between Israel and Palestine, placing […]
Ruple Named Trustee of Foundation for Natural Resources & Energy LawAug 05, 2022
The Wallace Stegner Center is thrilled to announce that Professor of Law John Ruple was appointed a trustee of the Foundation for Natural Resources and […]
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The Aftermath: How the Dobbs decision may impact same sex marriage, contraception and other rights
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What does the Dobbs decision mean for medical professionals?
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The New Roaring Twenties: The Progressive Agenda for Antitrust and Consumer Protection Law
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