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July 2009

Tradition and Change: New Bar President Ray Hanna
by: Tim Eigo
Pushing Paper: The Path to Digital Courts
by: Tim Eigo
Immigration: Opener
Immigration: Introduction to a Special Issue
by: Janet Napolitano
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
by: Dora Schriro
Immigration Reform Opportunities, Not Repeated Failures
by: U.S. Representative Jeff Flake
Immigration Reform: The Time is Now
by: U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords
The Economics of Migration
by: Enrique Lopezlira
Immigration Detention in Arizona
by: Nina Rabin
G-Men Run Amuck
by: Evelyn H. Cruz and Robert J. McWhirter
Family Matters
by: Judy Flanagan and Fae Sowders
U.S. Immigration Is a Labor Law
by: Tarik H. Sultan
E Tu E-Verify?
by: Bonnie K. Gibson
Comparative Law Insight
by: Roland Lechner, Ezequiel Hernandez, Rene Siqueiros
Your Immigration Section
by: Elizabeth Chatham

Arizona Verdicts
by: West’s Jury Verdicts - Arizona Reports

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