The second Colorado Food Law Faculty Workshop, hosted and led by Associate Professor Alexia Brunet Marks, brought together scholars from across the nation to discuss current issues in food law and receive feedback on their research in the area.
The award recognizes Associate Clinical Professor Violeta Chapin and Associate Professor Ming Chen's work with Colorado's international community in the wake of January's immigration-oriented executive orders.
Third-year health law students partnered with attorneys from Earthjustice and the Sierra Club to advocate for residents of Denver’s Globeville and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods who will be affected by the proposed I-70 corridor expansion.
From Abu Dhabi to Boulder, Abdul Rahman Al Jaabari is taking his career to the next level with a one-year Master of Studies in Law degree in Ethics and Compliance from Colorado Law. Apply now for fall 2017.