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Colorado Law Clinic Earns California Attorneys of the Year Award

March 18, 2016

A joint project between the Samuelson-Glushko Technology Law & Policy Clinic (TLPC) at the University of Colorado Law School and the Intellectual Property, Arts, and Technology Clinic at the University of California Irvine School of Law earned a 2016 California Lawyer magazine Attorneys of the Year (CLAY) award.

CU-Boulder Announces Four Finalists for Law Dean

February 26, 2016

University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell L. Moore today announced four finalists for the position of dean of Colorado Law.

Students, Recent Graduate, Professor Win Discrimination Case

January 22, 2016

A team composed of Professor Scott Moss, Colorado Law students, and one recent graduate won a high-profile appellate case defending a former state patrol captain who was denied re-employment after the agency learned he was gay.

Colorado Law, Fathym, and Bryan Cave LLP Partner to Modernize Legal Training

January 14, 2016

Early-stage tech company Fathym, Inc., global law firm Bryan Cave LLP, and the University of Colorado Law School will launch a joint internship program to make legal services more accessible to early-stage companies while modernizing legal training.

Ethics Writing Competition Winners Announced

January 13, 2016

The University of Colorado Law School is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at Colorado Law Writing Competition. The first- and second- place winners, respectively, are Starla Doyal (’16) and James Murray (’17).

Colorado Law Unites for Winter Care Kits Drive

December 16, 2015

University of Colorado Law School students, faculty, and staff stepped back from the exams and seminar papers that accompany the end of the semester to help those in need by assembling winter care kits for Boulder’s homeless and indigent communities.

CU-Boulder Campus to Remain Closed on Tuesday, Dec. 15

December 15, 2015

At this time, the CU-Boulder campus is closed today, Tuesday, December 15. Watch alerts.colorado.edu for updates.

Wrongfully Convicted 'Central Park Five' Defendant Makes Gift Renaming Innocence Project

December 9, 2015

Korey Wise, who was exonerated in a high-profile case in which five New York City teenagers were wrongly convicted, has pledged $190,000 to support the Innocence Project at the University of Colorado Law School.

Governor Hickenlooper Outlines Energy Solutions at Schultz Lecture

November 23, 2015

Governor John Hickenlooper outlined his vision for the state's energy future at the University of Colorado Law School on November 12.

Graduates' Indebtedness at Three-Year Low

November 19, 2015

Driven by a decision to hold tuition constant and increase scholarships 101 percent over the last four years, the average level of indebtedness of the class of 2015 declined from the level of the class of 2014 and the class of 2013.

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