Jacki Cooper Melmed (’03), chief legal counsel to Governor John W. Hickenlooper, read aloud theproclamationissued by Governor Hickenlooper declaring June 8, 2017 “125thAnniversary of University of Colorado Law School Day.”
On May 20, 2017, DeanS. James Anayapresented three awards for outstanding faculty scholarship at the third annual Faculty Scholarship Retreat, held at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park and generously sponsored by Hugh Gottschalk ('79).
Students from the Technology Law and Policy Clinic traveled to the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva to present a paper they co-authored before the Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights.
Krakoff, an expert in Indian law and natural resources law, was asked to contribute to a new exhibit on campus by offering historical context to government-published maps and commentary on Indian land law throughout the centuries.
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.
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.