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Colorado Law Welcomes New Members to Law Alumni Board

August 23, 2005

Colorado Law announced today the election of eight new members to its Law Alumni Board.  Each member will serve a four-year term beginning in the 2005-2006 academic year. Hon. Ken Barnhill ’53 is a retired judge of the First Judicial District of Colorado. Alan F.

Mandi McKinley, Senator Allard's Legislative Aid for Energy, Briefs EESI

August 22, 2005

On August 11, Mandi McKinley, who serves as Senator Allard's legislative aide for energy, discussed the Energy Policy Act (EPA) of 2005 with members of the Energy & Environmental Security Initiative's (EESI) Board of Directors and other associated individuals.After more than four years of deb

Welcome Class of 2008!

August 17, 2005

On August 16, 2005, we welcomed a stellar group of first-year students whose impressive academic credentials place us among the top law schools in the nation.

Claudia Bayliff '85 Named U.S.A.F. Chief of Sexual Assault Response and Prevention

August 3, 2005

Colorado Law alumna Claudia Bayliff ’85 has been named Chief of the U.S.

Allison Eid is new Colorado Solicitor General

July 30, 2005

Professor Allison Eid will become one of Colorado's top legal officials as she begins her appointment as Colorado Solicitor General on August 1.  "This is a great opportunity for me to gain a more practical perspective on the Constitutional Law that I teach," Eid said.Eid was appoi

Coloardo Law Announces Professor Squillace as Director of the Natural Resources Law Center

July 30, 2005

Colorado Law announced today the appointment of Professor Mark Squillace as the Director of the Natural Resources Law Center.

Macon Cowles _75 Running for City Council

July 30, 2005

By RICHARD VALENTY Colorado Daily Staff Writer Macon Cowles, Chair of Boulder's Planning Board and an attorney, formally announced Tuesday he will run for a seat on Boulder's City Council in 2005.Cowles said he and his wife Regina made the decision together Monday night, but said he had been mull

Book signings by Mark Cohen '83

July 20, 2005

Colorado Law alumnus Mark Cohen will sign his new novel, Bluetick Revenge, at The Tattered Cover in LoDo on July 20 at 7:30 pm and at High Crimes bookstore in Boulder on August 18.  Bluetick Revenge, which is “highly recommended” by the Library Journal, builds on Cohen&

DU-CU Battle for the Barrister's Boot at the Third Annual Law School Golf Tournament

June 23, 2005

On Monday, June 13 the University of Denver Sturm College of Law challenged defending champ Colorado Law in the third annual Battle of the Barrister’s Boot.  Proceeds from the good-spirited golf tournament support scholarships at the law schools.  Some 84 golfers, including CU alu

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