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Ambassador Clayton Yeutter to speak at Colorado Law School

April 4, 2011

Former Secretary of Agriculture to discuss climate change and its impacts 

Despite national trend, Colorado Law sees largest number of applicants in its history

April 4, 2011

Boulder, Colo. – While other law schools are seeing drops in applications, some as high as double digits, Colorado Law is bucking the trend and enjoying the highest number of applicants in its history.

David Kennedy to speak on global public policy

April 4, 2011

Boulder – Harvard Law School Professor David Kennedy will give a presentation, Global Governance: Where is Global Public Policy to be Found? at the University of Colorado Law School on Thursday, April 14, from 4 p.m – 5 p.m.

The Six Minute Marathon, a new book by Andrew Hartman

March 28, 2011

Easy-to-read Handbook designed to help law students and junior lawyers avoid common pitfalls

Marianne Wesson named Schaden Chair in Experiential Learning

March 21, 2011

Boulder — University of Colorado Law School Dean David Getches today announced Marianne “Mimi” Wesson as the first Schaden Chair in Experiential Learning, a newly endowed position at Colorado Law.

Colorado Law Holds 30th Alumni Awards Banquet

March 17, 2011

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Marvin Wolf, Bob Knous, Dean David Getches, and 2011 William Lee Knous Award Recipient Dick Bratton

Law Students Vindicate Olympic Class Boxers' Rights

March 11, 2011

Winning Argument Allows “Box Off” for 2011 Pan American Games Qualifiers

New book examines obligations of Supreme Court Justices in constitutional rights disputes

March 9, 2011

Losing Twice holds Justices accountable to losing parties"For me, words are a form of action, capable of influencing change.

University of Colorado Law Professor involved in Wal-mart v. Dukes Supreme Court Case

March 7, 2011

Boulder – University of Colorado Law School Professor Melissa Hart has filed an amicus – or friend of the court – brief with the United States Supreme Court in the case of Wal-Mart v. Dukes on behalf of 31 Civil Procedure and Class Action Law Professors.

Colorado Law Students Place 2nd at Moot Court Competition

March 3, 2011

Three teams representing the University of Colorado Law School competed in the National Native American Law Students (NALSA) Moot Court Competition at Columbia University in New York on Feb.

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