Professor Carpenter Chairs FBA's Annual Indian Law Conference

April 2, 2010

Professor Kristen Carpenter is the lead chair for the Federal Bar Association’s (FBA) 35th Annual Indian Law Conference, “Reflecting Back, Looking Forward,” on April 7-9.The conference will address several important legal areas and their impact on Indian law, including health ca

Congratulations to DBA Awardees: Fogg '79, Naves '74, and Veitch '00

March 31, 2010

Of the four 2010 Denver Bar Association annual award recipients, three are Colorado Law alumni. Congratulations to these outstanding alumni: Mark Fogg ’79, Shareholder at Kennedy Childs & Fogg, will receive the DBA’s Award of Merit.

Student Team Takes 2nd at National Telecommunications Moot Court Competition

March 29, 2010

Colorado Law’s Telecommunications Moot Court team finished second in the 16th Annual National Telecommunications Moot Court Competition hosted by Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, on March 27.The team, which included Eric Schmidt  ’11, Devin Looijen ’10, and

Law Library Ranked 21 in the United States

March 29, 2010

The National Jurist ranked Colorado Law’s William A. Wise Law Library 21 out of 198 law libraries nationwide. This is a 14 spot jump since the last time law libraries were ranked in 2005.

Project Works with American Indian Tribes to Develop Climate Change Plans

March 22, 2010

CU-Boulder’s Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI) recently awarded Professor Sarah Krakoff and CEES Research Fellow Julie Teel seed funding for a new project, American Indian Tribes, Climate Change, and Energy: Law and Policy Analysis and Solutions.

2nd Annual Entrepreneurship Week Highlights Innovation and Location

March 19, 2010

The University of Colorado’s second annual Entrepreneurship Week culminated March 18 with Silicon Flatirons' Annual Mile High Tech Entrepreneurship Conference, “The Role of Place: Entrepreneurial Immigration, Iteration and Innovation,” and the announcement of the CU New Venture

Professor Spain to Present at International Law Conference in Japan

March 17, 2010

Professor Anna Spain has been invited to present her paper “The Emerging Architecture of International Dispute Resolution in an Era of Climate Change” at the Third International Four Societies Conference in Hyogo, Japan, in August 2010.The theme of the conference is “I

Army JAG Major General Tate Visits Colorado Law

March 16, 2010

Major General Butch Tate, Deputy Judge Advocate General of the U.S. Army and Commander of the U.S. Army Legal Services Agency, visited Colorado Law yesterday to talk with students about the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps. Maj. Gen.

Record Support for 2010 Colorado Law Alumni Banquet (WATCH VIDEO)

March 12, 2010

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Silicon Flatirons Director Spurs Online Closed Captioning for the Deaf

March 9, 2010

Dale Hatfield, executive director of Colorado Law’s Silicon Flatirons Center, informed the Walt Disney Company of a need to include closed captioning of sign language conversations on all of its long form programs on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) broadba