Alumni Magazine

Spring 2014

Amicus is Colorado Law's semi-annual alumni magazine. The spring 2014 issue focuses on community engagement.

Inside the spring 2014 issue:

  • Describes the importance of community engagement in legal education
  • Illustrates innovative projects
    • Acequia Assistance Project
    • Colorado Health Equity Project (CHEP)
    • Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project
  • Depicts current students work experiences
  • Celebrates 120 years of Colorado Law
  • Highlights a record legacy gift of an alum
  • Provides updates on Colorado Law alumni

We hope the timely and relevant content in the fall 2013 issue of Amicus inspires you to stay engaged or become reengaged with Colorado Law. For copies of Amicus, please email lawalum@colorado.edu.

 

Fall 2013

Amicus is Colorado Law's semi-annual alumni magazine. The fall 2013 issue focuses on how Colorado Law is innovating in the New Normal.

Inside the fall 2013 issue:

  • Describes the importance of mentoring and individualized legal education
  • Illustrates curriculum initiatives
  • Highlights outstanding accomplishments of current students
  • Explains the importance of legacy gifts and the Heritage Society
  • Highlights from the Colorado Law Action Plan
  • Profiles of new faculty and staff
  • Updates on Colorado Law alumni

We hope the timely and relevant content in the fall 2013 issue of Amicus inspires you to stay engaged or become reengaged with Colorado Law. For copies of Amicus, please email lawalum@colorado.edu.

 

Spring 2013

Amicus is Colorado Law's semi-annual alumni magazine. The spring 2013 issue announces the Campaign for Colorado Law's Future, a fundraising campaign.

Inside the spring 2013 issue:

  • Highlights from the Colorado Law Action Plan
  • Illustrates the importance of scholarships to bring the best and brightest students to Colorado Law
  • Emphasizes the need for a robust Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) to support public service careers for our graduates
  • Explains why professorships are important to attract and maintain our top faculty
  • Updates on Colorado Law’s core programs and research centers: the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship; the Byron R. White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law; and the Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment
  • Profiles of new faculty and staff
  • Updates on Colorado Law alumni

We hope the timely and relevant content in the spring 2013 issue of Amicus inspires you to stay engaged or become reengaged with Colorado Law.  For copies of Amicus, please email lawalum@colorado.edu.


Fall 2012

Amicus is Colorado Law's semi-annual alumni magazine. The fall 2012 issue covers Dean Phil Weiser’s first year at the helm of Colorado Law, and a number of new and ongoing initiatives.

Inside the fall 2012 issue:

  • Highlights from the recent Bench and Bar Conference and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s visit to Colorado Law
  • An introduction to the academic executive team, composed of three associate deans, who work to help foster the school’s inclusive and collaborative academic environment
  • Dean Weiser’s new Leadership Lunch series, which gives students the opportunity to develop relationships with key alumni and leaders
  • Updates on Colorado Law’s research centers: the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship; the Byron R. White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law; and the Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment
  • Ongoing initiatives to help students pursuing career opportunities as public servants, including the Loan Repayment Assistance Program and the Public Service Careers lunch series
  • Profiles of new faculty and staff
  • Updates on Colorado Law alumni

We hope the timely and relevant content in the fall 2012 issue of Amicus inspires you to stay engaged or become reengaged with Colorado Law.  For copies of Amicus, please email lawalum@colorado.edu.

Spring 2012

Featured in this issue:

  • Interdisciplinary Engagement
    • GPS Tracking Case
    • Interdisciplinary Opportunities
    • Energy Innovation Series
  • Community Engagement
    • Innocence Project
    • Pro Bono for Veterans
    • Startup Colorado
    • Native American Rights Fund
  • Experiential Learning
    • Clinical Education
    • Transactional IQ
  • Alumni Engagement
    • Event Photos
    • Honoring Alumni and Legends
    • Connecting Graduates
  • Developing Your Career
    • Lessons Learned
    • Marketable Graduates
    • Being Intentional

Fall 2011

This tribute issue reflects on the career and lasting contributions of our former dean, David Getches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2011

This issue explores and highlights many of the Colorado Law alumni who have strengthened the school by creating a family legacy within its halls.  Colorado Law is extremely proud of the fact that so many of our alumni have stayed connected to the school through the familial ties of future generations,  for it is these bonds that help to ensure the strength of our school and our community.

Featured in this issue:

 

  • The DeMuth family
  • The Miller-Ruyle family
  • The Anesi-Maynes family
  • The Sabin-Heath family
  • The Crane-Tejada family
  • The Carrigan family
  • The Folsom family
  • The Wolf family
  • The Tomsick-Brown family
  • The Klemme family
  • The Sommers family



 

 

 Spring 2010

As a leading university in the field of Natural Resources Law, Colorado Law has helped to produce many attorneys who practice in this field, specifically in the field of water law.  This issue profiles the school’s alumni who have dedicated their careers to the storage, distribution, and conservation of Colorado’s water resources.
Featured in this issue:

  • Ray Moses ‘37
  • James Lochhead ‘78
  • Peggy Montano ‘80
  • Richard Bratton ‘57
  • Amy Steinfeld ‘05
  • Robert Wigington ‘79
  • An editorial from Professor Mark Squillace
  • An editorial from Glenn Porzak ‘73





 

 

 

 

 

 Fall 2009

Many Colorado Law alumni have gone on to enjoy fulfilling careers in the corporate sector by serving as in-house counsels.  This issue of The Amicus highlights a handful of these alumni who have managed to find success in the ever changing world of corporate counsel.
Featured in this issue:

  • Carole Yaley ‘80
  • Marc Graboyes ‘96
  • Susan Keesen ‘76
  • Juan Otero ‘91
  • Beverly Ledbetter ‘72
  • James Piccone ‘78
  • An editorial from Professor Mark Lowenstein
  • An editorial from John Howard Jr. ‘87





 

 

 

 

 

 Spring 2009

For over thirty years American Indian Law has been a cornerstone in the Colorado Law curriculum.  Through a close relationship with the Native American Rights Fund, Colorado Law has long been on the forefront of Indian law matters.  This issue of The Amicus focuses on the various alumni and faculty members who helped create and perpetuate the strength of our Indian law program.
Featured in this issue:

  • Michael Connor ‘93
  • Steven Moore ‘79
  • Sam Maynes ‘88
  • Stanley Pollack ‘78
  • Patrice Kunesh ‘89
  • An editorial from professor Sarah Krakoff
  • A profile of current Indian law professors

 

 

 

 

 

 Fall 2008

Throughout its history Colorado Law has produced alumni who have gone on to forge their own careers in something other than the legal field.  In this issue you will learn about a few of these alumni who were able to combine the skills that they acquired at Colorado Law with their creativity in order to become successful entrepreneurs. 


Featured in this issue:

  • Steve Ehrhart ‘72
  • Elizabeth Cook ‘82
  • Stan Dempsey ‘64
  • Glenn Jones ‘61
  • Julie Penner ‘09

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2008

Many would consider an appointment to the judiciary to be the pinnacle of a legal career, and so Colorado Law is proud to claim over 130 graduates as judges on state and federal benches in Colorado alone.  This issue gives some of these alumni a chance to talk about their experiences in the judiciary.
Featured in this issue:

  • Tim Tymkovich ‘82
  • Luis Rovira ‘52
  • Linda Neuman ‘73
  • Arthur Roy ‘69
  • Dennis Maes ‘72
  • Profiles of past federal court judges
  • An editorial from professor Robert Nagel
  • An editorial from Judge Walker Miller ‘63

 

 

 

 

 

Fall 2007

Colorado Law has always been extremely proud of its alumni who choose to utilize their law degree to help serve the greater good.  Acting as public servants, these graduates have chosen to eschew higher pay and better job security in favor of positively serving their communities.  This issue shines a spotlight on a few of the many Colorado Law alumni who have chosen to walk this path.


Featured in this issue

  • Jean Garland ‘82
  • Patricia Moore ‘92
  • J. Wells Dixon ‘99
  • William Hybl ‘67
  • An editorial from professor Deborah Cantrell

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2007

Colorado Law’s commitment to encouraging students to engage in public service has led to many alums entering into the political arena.  Read this issue to learn about the experiences that these alums have had on their political journeys and the wisdom that they have gained from these experiences.
Featured in this issue:

  • Alice Madden ‘89
  • Ed Perlmutter ‘78
  • Mike Brown ‘69
  • Ellen Roberts ‘86
  • Bernie Buescher ‘74
  • John Suthers ‘77
  • Joe Neguse ‘09
  • An editorial from professor Phil Weiser

 

 

 

 

 Summer 2006

The relationship between the law and the power of the written word is one that is as undeniable as it is persistent.   An array of Colorado Law’s faculty and alumni have explored this connection and made careers out of publishing books, both fiction and non-fiction.  Learn about their stories in this issue.
Featured in this issue:

  • Manuel Ramos ‘73
  • Stephanie Kane ‘81
  • Mark Cohen ‘83
  • Jonathan Miller ‘88
  • Mary F. White ‘73
  • Professor Hal Bruff
  • Professor Mimi Wesson
  • Professor Robert Nagel
  • Professor Charles Wilkinson
  • Professor Chris Mueller

 

 

 

 

 

Fall 2005

This issue is dedicated to the various clinics and research centers that operate within the Wolf Law building.  These institutions play a major role in ensuring that Colorado Law is a place where students can receive a top of the line legal education.
Featured in this issue:

  • The Byron White Center
  • The Natural Resources Law Center
  • The Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program
  • The Juvenile and Family Law Program
  • The Natural Resources Litigation Clinic
  • The American Indian Law Clinic
  • The Legal Aid and Defender Program
  • The Wrongful Convictions Clinic
  • The Appellate Advocacy Clinic
  • The Entrepreneurial Law Clinic