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Arizona Law "New Safe Return" Plan: New Safe Return Committee

Guidelines for the College of Law's new safe return to campus

New Safe Return Committee & Working Groups

New Safe Return Committee & Working Groups

University of Arizona Law's New Safe Return Committee was formed in May by Dean Marc Miller to prepare a college plan to ensure a safe return to campus. The ultimate goals of the plan are to ensure the health and safety of the community while delivering a high-quality legal education. 

The Committee is consulting colleagues from around the College to provide information and expertise as needed. The Working Groups are intensely focused on discrete areas of planning. Many other members of the College of Law are contributing to the Committee's work in less formal but equally important ways. All College of Law faculty, staff, and students have helped shaped the Committee's work and Plan through the hundreds of suggestions, comments, and ideas received through the virtual suggestion boxes, town halls, and many hours of conversation. 

You may share your input or questions at any time via the college's new virtual suggestion box, the LawCat Collaborative. Your message will be directed to the appropriate working group or administrator. Email the LawCat Collaborative(link sends e-mail).

Committee Co-Chairs

Committee Members

Working Groups

The New Safe Return committee has organized into the following Working Groups and has accepted volunteers and invited colleagues to join. If you have any information, thoughts or questions about our safe return you would like to share with the Working Groups, please feel free to reach out directly to any of the members. If you aren't sure which Working Group to contact, you may share your thoughts by emailing the LawCat Collaborative(link sends e-mail), and your message will be directed to the appropriate group.



Faculty, Instruction and Classrooms

Physical Plant

Law Library Task Force:

PPE and Sanitation

Law Library Task Force:

Support to College of Law Community

Testing Requirements and Procedures