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Toni M. Massaro

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Rogers College of Law

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"We plan to create a vibrant community of policymakers, judges, lawyers, and scholars who will focus on important constitutional issues, including the balance of power between the states and the federal government, separation of powers, and the role of the American judiciary, particularly as it has evolved over the last 30 years," said Toni M. Massaro, Dean of the Rogers College of Law.


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"We plan to create a vibrant community of policymakers, judges, lawyers, and scholars who will focus on important constitutional issues, including the balance of power between the states and the federal government, separation of powers, and the role of the American judiciary, particularly as it has evolved over the last 30 years," said Toni M. Massaro, Dean of the Rogers College of Law.


www.uanews.org

Toni Massaro
Dean Emeritus Toni Massaro Massaro, a UA Regents' Professor, was the first woman to be named dean of the Rogers College of Law, a position she held for 10 years. As dean she helped grow the school's reputation for academic excellence. Massaro returned to the college faculty after stepping down as dean.


uanews.org

"Despite the difficult challenges we are all facing in today's economic environment, I am quite confident that the Rogers College of Law can continue the advances it has enjoyed over the past 10 years under the superb leadership of Toni Massaro."
"We are proud indeed to welcome Lawrence Ponoroff as the new dean of the College of Law," said Toni Massaro, current dean of the UA Rogers College of Law.


www.tucsoncitizen.com

Toni Massaro, dean of UA's James E. Rogers College of Law for a decade, announced in August she would step down in July 2009 to return to teaching.


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