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Clinton Global Initiative University Recognizes Energy Justice Program

July 22, 2010

The Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) recognized the Energy Justice Program of Colorado Law’s Center for Energy and Environmental Security (CEES) and appointed 2L Jacquelyn Jampolsky, a volunteer CEES Policy Analyst, as its campus representatives for the CU-Boulder during 2010&nd

New Projects Support Energy Needs in Peruvian and Navajo Communities

July 20, 2010

The CU-Boulder Outreach Committee awarded Colorado Law faculty two grants for 2010-11 projects that extend faculty expertise to external audiences, linking their teaching and scholarship to outreach activities.Energy Justice: Combating Poverty and Global Warming in Ayaviri PeruProfessor Laksham G

Tech Law & Policy Clinic Helps Convince Court to Restore Email Privacy

July 16, 2010

Professor Paul Ohm and a group of students in the Samuelson-Glushko Technology Law & Policy Clinic wrote and filed a brief on behalf of leading information privacy and criminal procedure scholars asking the U.S.

Law Alumni Board Welcomes 2010-11 New Members

July 12, 2010

The University of Colorado Law School’s Alumni Board announces the election of four new members to serve four-year terms. The 2010-11 Board Chair is Jan Steiert and the Chair-Elect is Kristin Rozansky. W. Harold “Sonny” Flowers, Jr.

Colorado Law Announces New First-year Curriculum Reform

July 7, 2010

Colorado Law School announces that after two years of study and discussion, the faculty has enacted an exciting new first-year curriculum reform, including a new required course in legislation and regulation and an elective course option during the second semester.A new course, Legislation and Re

Job Opportunity at Colorado Law

June 11, 2010

Colorado Law has a new job opportunity: Program Director for the Public Sector & Student/Alumni Career NetworkingApply online at CU Jobs SiteThe Director reports directly to the Assistant Dean for Colorado Law School’s Office of Career Development.

Professor Norton Testifies to Protect Older Workers

June 11, 2010

Professor Helen Norton was invited by the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions to testify at a May 6 hearing to examine S.1756 (watch video), to amend the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 to clarify the appropriate standard of proof.

Professor Aaronson Receives Award of Merit

June 10, 2010

The Boulder County Bar Association awarded Professor Norm Aaronson the Ron Porter Award of Merit at a ceremony on June 9, 2010.“I am very appreciative of this recognition by my colleagues in the Boulder Bar Association,” said Professor Aaronson.

Solar Panels and Electric Car Charging Station Green Up the Law School

June 1, 2010

Colorado Law, in partnership with the University of Colorado at Boulder, installed new rooftop solar panels and an electrical car charging station in the Wolf Law Building, enhancing its reputation as a LEEDs certified building.The solar panels were installed and functioning in January 2010, whil

Clyde Martz Passes

May 24, 2010

On May 18, Clyde O. Martz, a father of natural resource law in this country, passed away in New Mexico at the age of 89. He was an exemplary and memorable teacher, mentor, counselor, and advocate for clients, attorneys, and students throughout his long career.

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