Referendum I and Amendment 43 Information Session

October 25, 2006

Today, speakers from Coloradans for Fairness, Focus on the Family and other organizations came to Colorado Law for an information session on Referendum I and Amendment 43 just in time for Colorado’s upcoming November election.Referendum I and Amendment 43 are two items on the November 7th b

Yale Law Professor Kahn Speaks at Law School's 2006-2007 Colloquium Series

October 24, 2006

Yesterday, Paul W. Kahn, presented Professor Kahn is the Robert Winner Professor of Law and the Humanities at Yale Law School, and the Director of the Orville Schell, Jr., Center for International Human Rights.

Unveiling Our Transportation Future: Colorado's First Plug-In Hybrid

October 24, 2006

Today, Colorado Law's Energy and Environmental Security Initiative and University of Colorado's Energy Initiative hosted an event featuring Colorado's first plug-in hybrid in the Wittemyer Courtoom.  A plug-in hybrid electric vehicle is a vehicle that can charge its expanded battery capacity

Professor Wilkinson Wins 2006 Colorado Book Award

October 23, 2006

Colorado Law Distinguished Professor Charles Wilkinson has won the 2006 Colorado Book Award in the history and biography category for Blood Struggle: The Rise of Modern Indian Nations.Wilkinson was one of 12 authors honored Oct.

White Center Holds National Conference on Interrogation Law

October 20, 2006

A group of national experts on criminal procedure convened in Boulder on October 20-21, 2006, to discuss the past, present, and future of interrogation law.  The “Cautions and Confessions: Miranda v.

Clinical Workshop Series Announced

October 12, 2006

The Clinical Programs at Colorado Law announce a series of workshops to inform and stimulate thought in different areas of law and practice. The workshops are open to all students and faculty and the public. The workshops will all be at noon for one hour.

NRLC Celebrates Centennial of the Antiquities Act

October 10, 2006

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

Secrecy, Confidentiality, Privilege, and American Egalitarianism

October 3, 2006

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.

10th Circuit Court Holds Arguments at Colorado Law

September 28, 2006

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

Doman International & ELS "Fireside" Chat with Larisa Dobriansky

September 27, 2006

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.