Colorado Law's Class of 2012 LLM Graduates

May 16, 2012

The University of Colorado Law School is proud to announce eight graduates of the LLM program.

Colorado Law offers Master of Laws (LLM) degrees in three areas of study: Entrepreneurial Law, Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law, and Natural Resources Law. The strength of our faculty, curriculum, and programs are recognized nationally and internationally.

Each student has a unique background and different story on how the Colorado Law LLM program has enhanced his or her career path. 

Amelia Chizwala Peterson has an international academic background, first receiving an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Zimbabwe, and later her JD at Valparaiso University in Indiana. She graduated from Colorado Law with an LLM in Natural Resources Law.

“I will be working with the Governors’ Climate and Forests Task Force as a legal advisor, the perfect culmination of my technical and legal background, LLM focus and my love for international law and policy,” said Peterson of her post-graduation plans.

Fellow LLM graduate, Bryan Berman, pursued further studies to learn more about Technology and Intellectual Property Law. Before coming to Colorado Law, Berman graduated at the top of his class from Whittier Law School in California, following a BA in Biology Sciences from the University of California Santa Barbara.

“If I had to pick just one standout feature of Colorado Law, it would be the faculty,” Berman said. “I’ve never been at a law school that had such a truly amazing faculty, filled with so many experts in their respective fields.”

The University of Colorado Law School celebrated the graduating class of 2012 on Friday, May 11 in Macky Auditorium.