Yesterday, the Natural Resources Law Center and the Center of the American West sponsored a one-day conference on the 100 year-old Antiquities Act. Former Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt, the principal architect of the eighteen Antiquities Act proclamations issued by President Clinton, and
Today, Senior District Court Judge John L. Kane, Jr. came to speak about the current trend toward suppression of information as well as the need for public awareness and participation in the processes of our legal system in an era of increasing regulation.
Yesterday, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit held oral arguments at Colorado Law. Prior to the court session, the Legal Writing Faculty and the Office of Career Development held a brownbag session with the judges and law clerks from the United States Court of Appeals
Today, the Doman International and Environmental Law Society hosted a lunch chat session with Larisa Dobriansky, the current Deputy Assistant Secretary for National Energy Policy at the U.S. Department of Energy. Larisa Dobriansky has represented the U.S.
Today at lunch, the Colorado Law's Jewish Law Students Association invited the director of the Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado, Shaul Amir, to speak the timely topic regarding American media coverage of the ongoing conflict in Israel, Lebanon, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
Today, over one thousand alumni, students, faculty, staff, special guests, dignitaries, and friends of Colorado Law gathered at the new Wolf Law Building to dedicate the building and celebrate its successful completion.