More than 50 students and dozens of alumni of the University of Colorado Law School will teach a lesson on the First Amendment in more than 50 high school classrooms throughout Colorado Sept. 11–20 in recognition of Constitution Day.
Colorado Law proudly welcomes the 184 JD candidates that comprise the class of 2016. In one of the largest classes ever, Colorado Law has brought together a group of students who are prepared to succeed and benefit from the Colorado Law experience.
The University of Colorado Law School (Colorado Law) announced today that it has created a new visiting professor program that will bring the nation’s leading experts from academia and the judiciary to campus for both short and semester-long classes in areas of key c
Every year, Colorado Law gives the Clifford J. Calhoun Award to a faculty or staff member who contributes to the public service of the law school in the spirit and tradition of its namesake, Professor Calhoun. The former associate dean and professor died June 25, 2013 in Burlington, Iowa at age 76.
Every year, Colorado Law students in the Advanced Natural Resources Law Seminar focus their studies on a particular watershed of the United States, including a 9-day field trip over spring break. This year, Professor Charles Wilkinson led seminar students to the Klamath River Basin, a watershed located in southern Oregon and northern California with the largest scale dam removal effort in U.S. history and the heart of a potential "water war."
My first year of law school was simultaneously the longest and shortest nine months of my life. When I, with more than 25 of my fellow law students, helped farmers in southern Colorado through the Acequia Project, it reminded me why I came to Colorado Law in the first place.