Gun Control and Prevention of Violence in Schools

Carolyn Camplain - Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University Even though violence in primary and secondary schools (kindergarten to twelfth grade) is extremely prevalent (about 1,466,00[1]), every year only about two percent of youth homicides occur at school.[2] About 11% of schools experience at least one threat of a physical attack with... Continue Reading →

Medical Marijuana: Balancing the Rights of Clients and Ethical Dilemmas of Legal Counsel

By Ayensa Millan In the 2010 general election, Arizonans approved proposition 203, titled the “Arizona Medical Marijuana Act” (“Act”).[1]  The Act amended Title 36 of the Arizona Revised Statutes (“A.R.S.”) by adding §§ 36-2801-2819 and A.R.S. § 43-1201, “which legalized medical marijuana for use by people with certain ‘chronic or debilitating’ diseases.”[2]  However, under Title... Continue Reading →

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