Property Scholars Share Cutting-Edge Works at 1st Annual Conference

June 15, 2007

At a time when property scholarship in the legal academy is experiencing a significant revival, Colorado Law, in conjunction with Widener Law School, hosted the first annual Property Works in Progress Conference on June 14 and 15.

Deans' Diversity: Increasing Diversity in the Legal Profession

May 25, 2007

The Deans’ Diversity Council is a joint effort with the CU and DU law schools and the Front Range legal community to promote diversity in law school admissions and in hiring, retention, and advancement of lawyers in corporations and law firms.Formed by Deans Getches and José R.

Commencement 2007: First Class to Graduate from Wolf Law Building

May 11, 2007

The weather was spectacular today, the day that the University of Colorado Law School Class of 2007 graduated. Not only is this the first class to graduate from the Wolf Law Building, but it was one of our largest classes with 151 graduates.

Colorado Law's 91% Bar Passage Rate

May 10, 2007

For the February 2007 Bar Exam, first-time Colorado Law test takers had a 90% passage rate. Adding in the July 2006 passage rate, Colorado Law has an amazing 91.2% passage rate.

More than 100 Law Students Honored at Ceremonies

April 20, 2007

This year’s two law school awards ceremonies honored 115 students and a couple of faculty and staff for outstanding work.

Professor Schmitz Awarded Funding for Consumer Empowerment Seminar

April 16, 2007

The Institute for Ethical and Civic Engagement (IECE) awarded Professor Amy Schmitz funding for the development of a course that integrates civic and/or ethical engagement in the curriculum.

Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program Receives $750,000 for Technology Policy Law Clinic and Research Fund

April 12, 2007

The Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program has received more than $750,000 from private and non-profit donors to help establish a new clinic and to fund research. Pam Samuelson and Robert Glushko of Berkeley, California, have donated $500,000 to establish a Technology Policy Law Clinic.

Silicon Flatirons Public Safety Roundtable: Frames Debate on Future of Next Generation Network for Public Safety

April 12, 2007

Colorado Law’s Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program hosted a roundtable over the last two days, attended by thought leaders in public safety, academia, and industry to discuss the opportunity to develop a next generation network for public safety communications.

Governor Signs Loan Repayment Bill to Encourage Public Interest Careers

April 9, 2007

Today, House Bill 07-1242, Higher Ed Public Service Loan Repayment, which had passed the House and Senate unanimously, was signed by Governor Bill Ritter at a signing ceremony.