Arizona Daily Star Article details new commodity exchange partnership between Mexico, Tucson, and NatLaw
On October 3, 2015, the Arizona Daily Star featured NatLaw and our Founding Director, Dr. Boris Kozolchyk, in an article discussing the role we play as a research center in international law. Click here to read more.
On June 15, 2015 NatLaw Research Attorney Isis Isunza was invited to participant in a panel at the Mexican Consulate in Tucson to speak about NatLaw's new E-Submit Services. She joined other members of the Tucson business community and the Global Chamber of Commerce to highlight why doing business with Mexico is a significant opportunity for Arizona. To read more about the event, click to view the full post and link to the Arizona Daily Star article.
NatLaw Executive Director and Founder Dr. Boris Kozolchyk was featured in this week’s (November 13, 2013) issue of Wildcat Wednesday — Letter of the Law. The newsletter is sent weekly to all UA Law Alumni and features special write-ups about UA Law Students, Faculty and Alumni.
On October 26, 2013 NatLaw President and Founder Professor Boris Kozolchyk was awarded the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Legacy Award. President Kozolchyk was presented with the award at the THCC’s annual Noche de Exitos Gala and Bi-National Awards at the Casino del Sol Resort in Tucson.
NatLaw would like to welcome everyone in the area to support SALEO by participating in their 6th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament!!
This last week, NatLaw’s own Research and Development Director Cristina Castaneda was featured in the University of Arizona College of Law’s Alumni Newsletter. Cristina’s interview can be found on the U of A website here. Cristina speaks about her experience with the U of A’s LL.M.
In June 2013, President Lea Marquez Peterson of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (THCC) informed NatLaw President and Founder Boris Kozolchyk that he has been selected as the 2013 THCC Legacy of the Year Honoree.
On April 26, 2013 NatLaw hosted a local event “Influential Women Across Borders.” The event was free to the public and featured guest speakers Hon. Barbara Mundell, Gerda Weissmann Klein, and Dean Clara Szczaranski. NatLaw would like to thank all of its donors, guests, and speakers for making it a wonderful evening.