Affirmative Action Debated

February 21, 2008

Law Professors Robert Nagel and Melissa Hart, along with School of Education Professor Michele Moses and political consultant Brad Jones, debated on Affirmative Action last night at CU-Boulder.

Kari Robinson Receives Proctor of the Year Award

February 20, 2008

Kari Robinson, the Office Manager in the Dean’s Office, is the first recipient of the new building Proctor of the Year Award.

American Indian Law Clinic Receives Diversity Service Recognition Award

February 12, 2008

Colorado Law’s American Indian Law Clinic will receive the 2008 CU Diversity Service Recognition Award presented by the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs on February 19.

Professor Norton Testifies on Workplace Religious Freedom Act before House Subcommittee

February 12, 2008

Professor Helen Norton testified today before the House Subcommittee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions as an expert in constitutional law and employment discrimination on the pending Workplace Religious Freedom Act (HR 1431).

CU-Boulder Receives Presidential Award for Exemplary Community Service

February 11, 2008

CU-Boulder was one of only three colleges and universities in the United States to receive a 2007 Presidential Award for General Community Service from the Corporation for National and Community Service, and sponsored by the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation, the USA Fr

2nd Place in National Moot Court Competition

January 31, 2008

Last night, for the first time in the law school’s history, a Colorado Law team won second place in the nation’s most prestigious moot court competition—The National Moot Court Competition.

Dean Getches Receives Community Service Award

January 28, 2008

On Saturday night, Dean David H.

Professor Stanford Levinson Proposes a New Constitutional Convention

January 25, 2008

Professor Stanford Levinson was this year’s invited guest speaker at Colorado Law’s 51st John R. Coen Lecture, titled “Is it a Criticism or a Compliment to Describe the U.S.

Services for Jennifer Shelton

January 23, 2008

Services were held on December 27 at United Methodist Church in Parker, Colorado, for Jennifer Lee Shelton, a third-year law student who died unexpectedly on December 17. It was a wonderful, yet emotional, celebration of her life.

Professor Squillace Speaks Out for Mining Law Reform Proposal

January 23, 2008

Today, Professor Mark Squillace spoke at a press conference on a proposal for reforming mining law. KUNC-FM radio reported on the 1872 mining story.Legislation that would reform a 135-year-old hard rock mining law is picking up steam in Congress.