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Red Lodge Clearinghouse Launches Series on Environmental Problem-Solving Tools

December 4, 2007

The Red Lodge Clearinghouse, a website project managed by the Natural Resources Law Center of the University of Colorado Law School, has launched a new series on providing tools for anyone seeking to address environmental problems.In the first edition of this new series, the Clearinghouse address

Colorado Law Congratulates Colorado_s Best Lawyers 2008

November 20, 2007

The University of Colorado Law School congratulates its Colorado alumni on their selection as “The Best Lawyers” in the current, 14th edition of The Best Lawyers in America (2008). Michael J. AbramovitzJody Harper Alderman Ann Allott J. David Arkell Betty C.

"In Pakistan, or U.S., Lawyers Make a Stand," Editorial by Dean Getches

November 12, 2007

Dean David Getches' editorial in today's Rocky Mountain News was titled "In Pakistan, or U.S., lawyers make a stand." What a strange sight: demonstrators in dark suits and ties being clubbed by police.

Juvenile and Family Law Program Hosts Groundbreaking Strategic Planning Workshop

November 9, 2007

At today's workshop, Consulting with Children on Permanency: Developing Best Practices, approximately 65 judges, magistrates, legislators, practitioners, foster youth, academics, case workers, and CASA volunteers participated in a strategic planning workshop to address Colorado’s implementa

Columbia Law Professor Kent Greenawalt Speaks on Equality and the Religion Clauses

November 8, 2007

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.

Colorado Law Moot Court Teams Win National Competition

November 5, 2007

For the first time in memorable history, both Colorado Law School moot court teams of third-year students made it to the final round of the Region XI New York City Bar National Moot Court Competition.

Texas School of Law Professor Bruce Kramer is Inaugural Schultz Lecturer

October 29, 2007

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.

Russian Judges Visit Law School

October 21, 2007

A delegation of Russian judges visited Colorado Law today as part of a weeklong study tour to the United States legal system.

Jean S. Breitenstein Classroom Dedication

October 18, 2007

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 Weiser to Co-Chair Gov. Ritter_s Innovation Council

October 12, 2007

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.

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