University Columbia Law School Professor Kent Greenawalt, a nationally celebrated scholar on law and religion, presented a lecture this evening based on his many scholarly works, including his recent book Religion and the Constitution: Volume I: Free Exercise of Religion.
The Schultz Lectureship Fund was created this year by the generosity of John H. (’53) and Cynthia H. Schultz to support a lecture each year by scholars in the fields of oil and gas, energy, or natural resources law.
Today, many family and friends, including law clerks, celebrated the dedication of the Jean S. Breitenstein Classroom in the Wolf Law Building and the completion of the campaign to raise $150,000 to name a space in his honor.
Professor Phil Weiser will serve as co-chair of Colorado’s first Innovation Council to spur advances in Colorado's technology sector by expanding and growing opportunities for the 3,800 high-tech businesses and 175,000 IT/software employees in this state. The Council is one part of Gov.
Two law school events won the 2007-08 Outreach Awards from the CU-Boulder Outreach Committee, which funds faculty projects designed specifically for external audiences.Professors Claire Huntington and Colene Robinson, working through the Juvenile and Family Law Program, will organize a Foster Car
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims, also known as "the People's Court," held its 20th Judicial Conference October 10-11 at the Law School. During the "Claims Against the Sovereign" meeting, Chief Judge Edward J.