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Ethics and Collaborative Law Presentation

February 20, 2007

The Juvenile and Family Law Program sponsored a lunchtime presentation titled “Ethics and Collaborative Law.”  One of Colorado’s leading family law attorneys, Dave Johnson, of Kane, Donley & Johnson PC, provided an introduction to the basic concepts of collaborative law

New Website Chronicles Net Neutrality Debate

February 13, 2007

Micah Schwalb, a 3L and the Editor in Chief of the Journal on Telecomm and High Tech Law, put together a new website, neutralitylaw.com, that traces the history of the net neutrality debate through the Journal's back issues and footage from past Silicon Flatirons conferences.

Professor Ohm is Guest Blogger on Concurring Opinions

February 5, 2007

Colorado Law Professor Paul Ohm has been invited to be a guest blogger for a month on Concurring Opinions, a blog for law professors.

Professor Nagel's article, _Conservative Judicial Activism" is published in The Weekly Standard

January 30, 2007

Colorado Law Professor Robert Nagel was published in the February issue of The Weekly Standard, which was highlighted in today’s Wall Street Journal (in their new column, “The Informed Reader").

National Children's Law Office Symposium

January 18, 2007

This past January 18th-20th the University of Colorado Law School Juvenile and Family Law Program hosted the National Children’s Law Office Symposium.

Three Law Students Become US Citizens

January 17, 2007

The University of Colorado Law School congratulates three of its students that became United States citizens today. Albana Alla and Andra Zeppelin are members of the class of 2008 and Kyaw Tin is the class of 2009, each tells a different and compelling story.

Dean Getches Joins Law Deans' Release Statement on Stimson_s Remarks Concerning Lawyers for Detainees

January 15, 2007

Dean David Getches along with more than 150 other American law school deans signed a letter in response to the remarks made by Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Charles "Cully" Stimson criticizing top US law firms for providing pro bono representation to Guantanamo detainees. 

Winter Commencement Celebration

December 22, 2006

The final 11 members of Class of 2006 graduated at an intimate ceremony in the new Wittemyer Courtroom this morning.

Energy & Environment Securities Initiative (EESI) Receives Two Grants

December 20, 2006

EESI recently received two grants: one to improve their international assessment database and one to gather and report climate change proposals.

Colorado Air Quality Control Commission Holds Meetings at Wolf

December 14, 2006

The 11-member Colorado Air Quality Control Commission held its official meetings at University of Colorado Law School's Wolf Law Building December 14 and 15, 2006.

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