We offer a traditional Juris Doctor (JD) program, eight dual degree and five certificate programs, and three Master of Laws (LLM) programs. Students can complete the JD in 2.5 years, and there is flexibility to accommodate an accelerated approach to earning the other degrees as well.
American Indian Law
Entrepreneurial and Business Law
Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law
Health Law and Policy
Juvenile and Family Law
Labor and Employment Law
Public Service Law
Technology, and Intellectual Property Law
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Experiential LearningLong a leader in clinical education, Colorado Law opened the nation’s first criminal defense clinic in 1948 and now offers nine other such clinics from which to choose.
Dual DegreesStudents may choose to pursue one of eight dual degree programs offered at Colorado Law.
Academic ResearchColorado Law is the proud home of three research centers: the Byron White Center, the Getches-Wilkinson Center, and the Silicon Flatirons Center.
Resources for Academic ResearchWith more than 765,000 volumes in all formats, the Wise Law Library is the most comprehensive law library in the 12-state Rocky Mountain region.
JournalsColorado Law has three student-run journals.
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