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Toni Massaro M.
Riepe Chair In Constitutional Law
James E. Rogers College of Law
James E. Rogers College of Law
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So women would again have to travel to get these services,â€� said Toni Massaro, riepe chair in constitutional law at the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona.
also pointed out that Roe has been narrowed in recent years, and most experts now look to Gonzales v. Carhart to reflect the current state of the law on abortion.
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Toni M. Massaro
Dean, James E. Rogers College of Law
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721-0001
University of Arizona dean of ...
University of Arizona dean of law Toni Massaro says cases like that demonstrate the fickleness of applying a standard based on a subjective notion like "disruptive."
"In that case, the question was whether there was any kid of disruption," Massaro
"There's never been the notion that the First Amendment rights depend on where you are," Massaro
said, "but there's a balance that has to be struck between the government's interests and the kid's rights."
Toni Marie Massaro, Dean, James E. Rogers College of Law,
...Born in 1955, Massaro received her B.S. with highest distinction from Northwestern University in 1977.She obtained her law degree from College of William and Mary, Order of the Coif, in 1980.Massaro
was in private practice in Chicago with Vedder, Price, Kaufman and Kammholz.She also has taught at Washington and Lee University, Stanford University, University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill, and the University of Florida. Massaro joined the faculty at the UA College of Law in 1989.She
is the author of Constitutional Literacy: A Core Curriculum for a Multi-Cultural Nation, and is co-author, with Barbara Babcock of Stanford Law School, of Civil Procedure: Cases and Problems.Since 1987, Massaro has been the Milton O. Riepe Chair in Constitutional Law at the University of Arizona.
In 1999 she
became Dean of the James.E. Rogers College of Law
. Massaro is a past board member of Southern Arizona/American Civil Liberties Union, and an ex-officio member of Arizona State Bar Board of Governors.In 1990 she served as pro bono legal counsel with the Tucson Volunteer Lawyers Project.She
received the Leslie F. and Patricia Bell Faculty Award in 1998-99 and has been a six-time recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award at the College of Law.She
currently teaches Constitutional Law II at the college, and has also taught Civil Procedure, Evidence, Legal Counseling, and Constitutional Law in Public School Settings.
Toni Massaro (above), ...
Toni Massaro (above), Regents' Professor of Law, is a highly regarded constitutional law expert.
Massaro, who also is the Milton O. Riepe Chair in Constitutional Law and Dean Emerita, was the first woman to lead the UA law school.
She previously taught at Washington and Lee University, Stanford University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Florida.
Massaro received the Leslie F. and Patricia Bell Faculty Award in 1998-1999 and is a six-time recipient of the Teaching of the Year Award at the UA law school.