Greetings, 

In this week's Letter of the Law we spotlight the accomplishments of longtime Phoenix trial attorney Gary L. Stuart ('67), an honoree at the  42nd Annual LCA Appreciation Dinner . This Saturday's dinner at the Arizona Historical Society Museum in Mesa promises to be a memorable evening under the stars, honoring Gary and this year's five other esteemed award winners. 

We are also proud to announce the Arizona Law Review's publication of the Jean Braucher Symposium in honor of Professor Braucher's far-reaching scholarly contributions.

Until the footnotes,

Marc
Gary L. Stuart ('67)

Class of 1967 alumnus Gary L. Stuart will be presented with a UA Alumni Association Professional Achievement Award on Saturday, April 16, at the 42nd Annual Law College Association Appreciation Dinner.
 
After receiving his JD, Gary went into private practice, with his primary specialization in representing clients facing ethical dilemmas, professional responsibility disputes, or disciplinary action by courts or licensing agencies. Gary spent 32 years at Jennings, Strouss & Salmon and now practices part time as Gary L. Stuart, P.C.
 
The Maricopa County Bar inducted him into its Hall of Fame in October 2010. The National Institute of Trial Advocacy honored him with its Distinguished Faculty designation in 1994. In addition,  Gary has been profiled in Who's Who in American Law and is AV-Premier-rated by Martindale-Hubbell, Best Lawyers in America, and Arizona's Finest Lawyers. 
 
Gary's service to higher education in Arizona includes eight years on the Arizona Board of Regents. He was president of the board in 2004-2005. From 2000 to 2005, he taught as adjunct faculty at the UA College of Law, and has also been adjunct faculty at ASU's the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, where he continues to teach legal ethics, legal writing, and appellate advocacy.
 
Gary devotes great energy to research and publication and is the author of numerous law review articles, op-eds, essays, stories, CLE booklets, and nine books. His books include two textbooks, three law-based nonfiction titles, and four novels.  He is also writing a new ethics book. (Learn more about his publications  here .)

Speaking to the Arizona Law community on March 30 during a PCLP event.
 
A frequent visitor to Tucson and the College of Law, Gary recently delivered his third lecture through the Program on Criminal Law and Policy. In March, he spoke to students and faculty about the Debra Milke murder case, which is the subject of his latest nonfiction title, Anatomy of A Confession--The Debra Milke Case. Gary's other non-fiction works include Miranda: The Story of America's Right to Remain Silent, and Innocent Until Interrogated: The True Story of the Buddhist Temple Massacre and the Tucson Four

ALR Publishes Jean Braucher Symposium


The editors of the Arizona Law Review are pleased to announce the publication of the Jean Braucher Symposium. Christopher Sloot, editor-in-chief says,
 
"Professor Braucher was a giant among bankruptcy and contracts scholars, a devoted teacher, and a valued mentor. Her work on local legal culture in bankruptcy is one of the standard references on the topic. Professor Braucher promoted the study of law in action -- a concept captured by the pieces featured in this symposium."
 
You can view the full issue at  www.arizonalawreview.org . The featured pieces include:

In Memoriam: Jean Braucher b y Elizabeth Warren
 
I Remember Jean b y Stewart Macaulay
 
Jean Braucher's Contracts World View  by William C. Whitford
 
Examination as a Method of Consumer Protection  by Jean Braucher & Angela Littwin

 
 





Footnotes
Congratulations to Professor Anaya, Butcher Medal Recipient
 
The American Society for International Law (ASIL) presented Professor James Anaya with its 2016 Goler T. Butcher Medal during its annual meeting on April 1 in Washington, DC. 

The award committee cited Jim's advocacy work on behalf of U.S. Native American communities and on the human rights  framework for indigenous peoples' rights, which helped to lay the groundwork for the 2007 U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples .

Read more about this prestigious award here
 



 
 
Please join us for the presentation of awards honoring and celebrating the remarkable achievements of: Ryan C. Flynn ('06), C. Max Killian ('49), Peter W. Likins, The Honorable Roxanne Song Ong ('78), Nicole F. Stanton ('00), and Gary L. Stuart ('67).

When: Saturday, April 16, 2016, 6 - 9 p.m.
Where: Arizona Historical Society Museum
1300 North College Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85281
 
$150 per person
$1,500 for a table of ten

Register Today!
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit 
Next IPLP Speaker, April 15
 
Friday, April 15, Professor Patty Ferguson-Bohnee (Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe) will be IPLP's featured colloquium speaker. Professor Ferguson-Bohnee will discuss her research on the impacts of coastal erosion on tribal communities across Louisiana. Lunch will be provided.

When: Friday, April 15, 12:15-1:30 p.m.
Where: UA College of Law, Faculty Lounge Room 237
 
Professor Ferguson-Bohnee serves as the faculty director of the Indian Legal Program at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. Her research and advocacy work covers topics including climate change and its impact on tribal communities, the federal recognition process for tribes, and overcoming barriers to voting rights for tribal communities.

Asylum Law Training, April 21 or 22
 
Join the Bacon Immigration Law and Policy Program for a special opportunity to learn from leading asylum experts from the Center for Gender and Refugee Studies.
 
"Advanced Topics in Asylum Law: Claims Arising from Gender- and Gang-related Persecution" will be p resented by Center for Gender and Refugee Studies staff  Blaine Bookey, co-legal director, and  Claire Clayton, program coordinator.
 
Topics:
  • Overview of case law and theory establishing right to asylum based on gender- and gang-related persecution
  • Conditions on the ground in the Northern Triangle, where many of these claims arise
  • Discussion of new developments in particular social group analysis
  • Tips for trial/evidentiary submissions and appeal strategies
  • Overview of pro bono project to increase representation of asylum-seekers in Eloy Detention Centers and invitation to join 
In Tucson: Thursday, April 21, 2016, 5:00-6:30 p.m., Rm. 137 of the  James E. Rogers College of Law. RSVP HERE
 
In Phoenix: Friday, April 22, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m., hosted by Perkins Coie, 2901  N. Central Ave., Ste. 2000. RSVP HERE
 
1.5 units of CLE credit may be available.

Online Alumni Directory

Please take the time to join your  online alumni directory. We are creating a shared resource to support our students and our alumni. If you need us to resend your personalized invitation, please email or call (520) 621-8430.
 
The latest weekly Arizona Law T-shirt drawing winner from among new directory members is Marlon Lopez Zapata ('00). Congratulations, Marlon, and thank you for joining.

The Annual LCA Appreciation Dinner is one of the highlights of the year. We look forward to seeing many of you in Mesa on Saturday night to honor and celebrate the careers of six great alumni and close friends of the College of Law.
 
Warmly,
  
  
  
Marc L. Miller  
Dean & Ralph W. Bilby Professor of Law
 
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