Colorado Law prides itself on the diversity of its intellectual approaches to the study of law. Our approach to theory provides the best of what legal education is about: the joyous interchange of ideas by people with a deep and varied repertoire and a commitment to shared intellectual exploration.
L-R: Jennifer Hendricks, Ahmed White, Carolyn Ramsey, Aya Gruber, Justin Desautels-Stein. Not pictured: Paul Campos and Pierre Schlag.
A chapter written by Associate Professor Craig Konnoth, "Reclaiming Biopolitics: Religion and Psychiatry in the Sexual Orientation Change Therapy Cases and the Establishment Clause Defense,” was published in Law, Religion, and Health in the United States (Holly Fernandez, I. Glenn Cohen & Elizabeth Sepper eds., Cambridge Univ. Press 2017).
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.”