Sports and Entertainment Law Association Hosts Panel Discussion

April 21, 2006

Yesterday, the Sports and Entertainment Law Association (SELSA) hosted a panel facilitated by Professor Jack Mills and invited Rich Slivka (general counsel for the Denver Broncos), Hal Roth (inside counsel for the Colorado Rockies) and James Leonard (Faegre & Benson, outside counsel for the C

Federalist Society Hosts Program on NSA's Terrorist Surveillance Program

April 21, 2006

Today, the Law School’s Federalist Society (a student organization) invited Todd Gaziano to a discussion about the National Security Agency’s Terrorist Surveillance Program.  Mr.

CRELA Hosts Speaker Series

April 20, 2006

Yesterday, the Construction and Real Estate Law Association had its final event for the 2005-2006 speaker series by inviting Roy Alexander, the Executive Director and CEO of Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA), to speak at the Law School. Mr.

Phi Delta Phi Hosts Discussion with Judge Morris B. Hoffman

April 20, 2006

Today, the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity, founded in 1869to promote a higher standard of professional ethics, sponsored a discussion with Colorado Second Judicial District Judge and New York Times contributor Morris B.

Law School Celebrates Annual Spring Awards Ceremony

April 15, 2006

Every year Colorado Law School hosts the Annual Spring Ceremony in the Lindsley Memorial Courtroom, when students, faculty and staff at the Law School honor their colleagues for both academic achievement and contributions to the life and mission of the University.

ACLU Hosts Talk on Post 9-11 Policies and Bush's Wiretapping Program

April 11, 2006

Today, the American Civil Liberties Union at Colorado Law, in their effort to put pertinent issues involving our civil liberties in a real, tangible context, invited Matt Bowles to discuss post-9/11 policies and the legality of Bush's wiretapping program.Matt Bowles is currently a National Field

Colorado Law Students Spend a Day Getting Hands Dirty for a Good Cause

April 8, 2006

Today, a group of students from Professor Amy Schmitz’s “Humanizing Contracts” service learning seminar, along with other volunteers from the Law School, worked on building a Habitat for Humanity home as part of the “Better Boulder—Better World” initiative.&nbs

APABA Hosts Annual Minoru Yasui Banquet

April 7, 2006

Today, Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Colorado hosted its Annual Minoru Yasui Banquet at the King’s Land Restaurant in Denver.  Each year the Asian Pacific American Bar Association (APABA) of Colorado and the Colorado Asian American Pacific Bar Foundation also honors an indi

David Kaczynski Speaks on the Death Penalty

April 7, 2006

Yesterday, the American Constitution Society at Colorado Law hosted a lunch discussion on death penalty with David Kaczynski, an activist against the death penalty and also the brother of Ted Kaczynski.  Here is an excerpt of his story, which can also be found at

SFTP Hosts Symposium on Re-Examining the Patent System

April 6, 2006

Today, Colorado Law School’s Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program presented a symposium covering the challenges faced by the current patent system.To critics of the patent system, it is a tax on innovation and a full employment act for lawyers.  In an age where the importance o