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Law Topics at Conference on World Affairs

April 11, 2008

This week, CU-Boulder hosted the epic, 60th Annual Conference on World Affairs, bringing hundreds of impressive speakers on almost any imaginable topic to the campus. A number of law-related lectures took place at the Wolf Law Building, including: Oh, SCHIP!!

Federal Broadband Policy Needed: Editorial by Professor Weiser

April 11, 2008

An editorial by Professor Phil Weiser titled “Broadband For All” in today’s Rocky Mountain News. Read full article.“By all accounts, broadband is the fastest growing consumer electronics technology in U.S. history.

Attorney Training Program in Family Law

April 8, 2008

The Colorado Supreme Court and Office of the Child’s Representative, in partnership with the Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and University of Colorado Law School’s Juvenile Law Clinic, held the third annual multidisciplinary

Clinical Program Receives $20K from Alumnus Settlement

April 8, 2008

Alumnus Glen Gordon ’90 was plaintiffs’ class counsel in a 12-year disability rights lawsuit against the Colorado Department of Revenue for its practice of charging people who applied for handicapped parking placards.

Guest Hayden Gore Speaks on Fujimori Trial in Peru

April 4, 2008

Hayden Gore of the Denver Justice and Peace Committee was invited by Visiting Associate Professor Hannah Garry to speak today at Colorado Law on the ongoing Alberto Fujimori trial in Peru.

Students Teach Consumer Skills to Public

April 3, 2008

Colorado Law hosted the First Annual Consumer Skills Seminar, “Be a Savvy Consumer,” which was offered to the public jointly by the Boulder Community Housing Authority (BCHA) and Professor Amy Schmitz’s Consumer Empowerment Service-Learning Seminar at Colorado Law.

Financial Literacy Bill: Editorial by Professor Schmitz

April 2, 2008

Professor Amy Schmitz’s editorial titled “SPEAKOUT: Let's Help Our Kids Learn Financial Ropes” appeared in today’s Rocky Mountain News. Read the complete editorial. “April is Financial Literacy Month.

Alumnus Produces Death Penalty Film

April 1, 2008

Colorado Law alumnus Douglas Bry ’78 has produced The Life Penalty, a film about the death penalty and specifically about the jury selection work of another Colorado Law alumnus David Wymore ’76, who successfully exonerated Timothy Masters, a Fort Collins resident who had been convict

"Political Vets Square Off in Colorado" Editorial by Professor Moss

March 31, 2008

Associate Professor Scott Moss discusses the political candidates in Colorado in an editorial titled “Political Vets Square Off in Colorado,” printed in today’s Politico website.

1st Place Winner in Regional Constitutional Moot Court Competition

March 31, 2008

Colorado Law’s third-year students Cash Parker and Patrick Thiessen won the regional round of the American Constitution Society Constance Baker Motley Moot Court Competition held at Georgetown Law School this past weekend. The team will travel back to Washington D.C.

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