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.
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.
In the final round of this year’s Rothgerber Moot Court Competition, the teams argued the case of Dom L. Door (Petitioner) v. United States (Respondent), which is before the United States Supreme Court.
On March 16-17, The Climate of Environmental Justice: Taking Stock conference, gathered 125 academics and practitioners from around the country to consider the pressing issues facing low-income and/or communities of color that continue to be subjected to a disproportionate share of environmental
March 22, 2007 – The 26th Annual University of Colorado Law School Alumni Awards Banquet, the Law Alumni’s signature event, was held on the evening of Wednesday, March 14th, at the Hyatt Regency Denver.
Support for passing the proposed Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin Water Resources Compact is gaining momentum, but University of Colorado law Professor Mark Squillace urges the parties in the eight Great Lake Basin states to take a step back and rethink their entire approach.
The Natural Resources Law Center and the University of Colorado at Boulder School of Law will host a two-day conference on the impact of climate change and its direct effect on society's most vulnerable populations.
The Juvenile and Family Law Program sponsored a lunchtime presentation titled “Ethics and Collaborative Law.” One of Colorado’s leading family law attorneys, Dave Johnson, of Kane, Donley & Johnson PC, provided an introduction to the basic concepts of collaborative law