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Diverse Choices

January 23, 2006

A full-day conference was held at Colorado Law School's Courtroom for educational leaders and others offered ideas and information about advancing diversity within school choice systems.  Leaders of Colorado's school choice community joined researchers to discuss the effects of choice on int

2006 Hogan & Hartson CU-DU Cup

January 21, 2006

Eleven Colorado Law teams competed in the 2006 Hogan & Hartson CU/DU Cup, an annual mock trial competition between CU and DU. All the teams performed exceptionally well and their hard work and preparation was apparent to both competitors and judges alike.

Dan Hale '71 Named "Outstanding Judicial Officer"

January 11, 2006

By Christine Reid, Camera Staff WriterThe tables were turned on Boulder District Judge Dan Hale on Tuesday when he learned he had been judged the state's top court officer.Hale accepted the title as Colorado's "Outstanding Judicial Officer" of the year at a surprise party at the Boulder

EESI Developments

November 28, 2005

On November 8, 2005, House and Senate members of the Colorado State Legislature convened a “Forum for Colorado 's Energy Future.” Held in the State Capitol's Old Supreme Court Chambers, the forum was designed to identify pathways for making Colorado a national and international leader

Telecom's Brave New World

November 16, 2005

Former Dean Don W. Sears established the Austin W. Scott, Jr. Lecture Series in 1973 in his memory.  A member of the Law School faculty for twenty years, Professor Austin W. Scott, Jr.

ACLU Guest speaker: We Want To Recruit You High School Students

November 7, 2005

ACLU hosted a discussion with Judd Golden, Chair of the boulder County ACLU on the topic of military recruiting in high schools.  The beginning of a new school year marks the opening of another season of military recruiting of high school students as the military exercises the authority it g

Supreme Court Panel: The Past, the Future, and the Nomination of Our Next Supreme Court Justice

November 4, 2005

All students were invited to main campus to hear a panel discussion in the Old Main Chapel.

Discussion on Recent Medical Marijuana Case

October 30, 2005

The Federalist Society hosted a discussion of the recently decided Raiche case (Medical Marijuana) by U.S. Attorney William J. Leone.  In Gonzales v.

Winners of 2005 Carrigan Cup

October 30, 2005

This year it came down to two teams, a 2L team consisting of J.P.

Re-Examining the Role of State and Local Governments in Telecom Regulation

October 28, 2005

Designing a new regulatory architecture for telecommunications regulation presents a critical challenge that Congress must carefully consider in weighing prospective changes to the Telecommunications Act of 1996.  To assist Congress in this endeavor, the Progress and Freedom Foundation (PFF)

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