The University of Arizona

UA-Led Study to Check Accuracy of Credit Bureaus

UANews | October 27, 2010
Researchers from the UA Norton School and two other institutions will conduct a year-long study to assess how well three huge credit agencies portray the creditworthiness of individuals.

The Problem with Custodial Interrogations

UANews | October 7, 2010
A newly published UA Press book written by former Arizona Board of Regents member Gary L. Stuart delves into the validity of murder confessions when they are feverishly pursued by law enforcement agents.

New Round of Study Follows Students' Finances, Well-Being

UANews | September 17, 2010
The Norton School's APLUS study, a 20-year look at students and their personal and financial health and well-being, begins its latest round of data gathering this month. Results will become available in 2011.

Major Recent Supreme Court Cases to be Reviewed at UA

UANews | September 13, 2010
Constitution Day events, hosted by the UA's James E. Rogers College of Law, will include a presentation by members of the U.S. Supreme Court with a review of a number of important court cases.

Law Professor Launches Environment, Globalization Website

UANews | August 31, 2010
EcoLiterateLaw is a new website that provides information about issues related to the environment, technology, population growth and access to food and water, among other issues.

‘Solar Zone’ Becomes Reality in Less Than a Year

UANews | August 25, 2010
A partnership with Tucson Electric Power has helped the UA Tech Park become a bustling, solar-centric business zone that's advancing solar energy innovation and production.