August Legend of the Month: Stephanie Lynch 2007

July 27, 2012

This past year, the Colorado Law community marked the passing of our dear friend and dedicated community servant, Stephanie D. Lynch. Lynch was born in St. Paul, MN, and married her husband Jeffrey in Eldorado Springs, CO in June of 1984.

Colorado Law Faculty Summer Conferences and Workshops

July 9, 2012

For students, summer means a break from classes and a chance to pursue internships; for faculty, it means a chance to be productive in ways other than teaching. Colorado Law faculty members are sponsoring a number of conferences hosted on campus this summer.

Legend of the Month: Penfield Wallace Tate II

June 29, 2012

This month the Colorado Law community takes a moment to honor the life and accomplishments of another one of our most distinguished alums, Penfield “Pen” Wallace Tate II. Born and raised in New Philadelphia, Ohio, Tate was the second eldest of ten children.

Class of 2011 Employment Numbers Improved

June 29, 2012

Showing an improved placement percentage over recent years, 160 of the 176 graduates in the Colorado Law class of 2011 (91%) reported employment nine months after graduation. “Supporting graduates in finding meaningful and valuable employment is a central mission at Colorado Law,” said Dean Phil Weiser...

Colorado Law Mourns Oscar Miller

June 26, 2012

The Colorado Law community is deeply saddened by the passing of one of Colorado Law’s esteemed professors and directors of the law library, Oscar Miller. Miller was drafted into the U.S.

NRLC Conference Explores Low-Carbon Energy Future

June 6, 2012

Natural Resources Law Center’s summer conference examines a low-carbon energy blueprint for the American West. Former Governor Bill Ritter ('81), currently the executive director of the Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE), will be the keynote speaker...

Colorado Law Legend of the Month: Gilbert Goldstein '42

June 4, 2012

This past April, the Colorado Law community marked the passing of a longtime friend and a dedicated supporter, Gilbert Goldstein. Gil Goldstein graduated from Colorado Law in 1942, and went on to have a tremendously successful legal career.

Professor Paul Ohm Named Advisor to Federal Trade Commission

May 21, 2012

University of Colorado Law School Associate Professor Paul Ohm will serve in the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) as a senior policy advisor for consumer protection and competition issues affecting the Internet and mobile markets. “Paul’s keen insights on how the law applies to technology and privacy issues will be invaluable to the FTC’s work in these areas,” said FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz...

Judge Christine Arguello's 2012 Commencement Remarks

May 15, 2012

Good afternoon and thank you very much, Dean Weiser, Professor Loewenstein, and other members of the law faculty for this recognition which means all the more to me because it has been conferred upon me by my peers, whom I respect very much. To members of the graduating class of 2012. It seems like just the other day that I was speaking to you at orientation on your first day of law school...

Colorado Law Mourns Alum Bill McClearn

May 15, 2012

The Colorado Law community is deeply saddened by the passing of Bill McClearn. A 1951 graduate of Colorado Law, McClearn was class president, member of the Law Review, and worked part-time as a law clerk at Holland & Hart during law school.