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Chief Justice James C. HopkinsJames C. Hopkins is Associate Clinical Professor of the Indigenous Peoples
Law and Policy Program at the University of Arizona Rogers
College of Law.

He is from Quebec, Canada and teaches in comparative indigenous law with a focus on natural resources and economic development.

A graduate of the University of Toronto Law School and member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, he is also a graduate of Harvard Law School's Master of Laws Program.

His public service in the State of Arizona includes membership on the Governor's Tribal Health Advisory Group from 2004 to 2006 and his publication and research areas include tribal, state, and local taxation.