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“The First Step in Solving Any Problem is Recognizing There is One” … or, is it?

“The First Step in Solving Any Problem is Recognizing There is One[1]” ... or, is it? Analyzing the judicial punting regarding fossil fuels and Juliana v United States  By: Annabelle Abel Introduction   On January 17, 2020, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit released an opinion illuminating the current social and... Continue Reading →

Is Arizona’s Use of the Death Penalty Constitutional?

By Zach Stern In order to comply with Supreme Court precedent since the reinstatement of the death penalty in 1976[1], states are required to implement procedures that narrow the group of people eligible for death.[2] The reason for this is obvious: the death penalty should be reserved for the worst offenses and the worst offenders.... Continue Reading →


By: Nicolas Jesús Monarrez Human trafficking victims are afforded many protections from both state and federal government. While on paper, these protections seem to provide the results desired, many fall short, leaving victims of human trafficking to make difficult decisions which may risk their safety. This is true in Arizona and is a large civil... Continue Reading →

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