On March 16th, CU Law School hosted "The Call to Duty Tour" in the Lindsley Memorial Courtroom.The Call To Duty Tour is a platform for renewed debate on the merits of the “Don’t Ask, Don't Tell” policy.
Every year the Colorado Court of Appeals holds a session here at our law school for the purposes of providing the law students at first hand the invaluable experience of observing a real appellate advocacy in action. The law students not only get the opportunity of learning how oral argumen
On Saturday, March 11th, Colorado Law students in Professor Amy Schmitz's Humanizing Contracts seminar, presented legal information to a group of Habitat for Humanity homeowners. Students Katie Crenshaw, Julia Kneeland, Maureen Sweeney, Lauren R.
On March 8th, 2006, over 400 guests, by far the largest attendance in the history of our Banquet, attended the University of Colorado Law School’s Twenty-Fifth Annual Alumni Awards Banquet. Over $95,000 was raised to benefit the Dean’s Fund for Excellence. Thank you to all
Adjunct Professor Morris Hoffman published an op ed in the New York Times on March 7, 2006. The editorial, titled "Unnatural Selection," discussed the abolition of peremptory challenges during jury selection.
The Republican Law Society, in an effort to promote intellectual and political diversity by including Republican and conservative ideas and principles among the law students, invited Marc Holtzman to come speak to students during lunch on March 2, 2006, about various issues affecting Colorado inc
The Construction and Real Estate Law Association hosted an informative panel for law students on February 28, 2006, on working as an attorney or a developer in the Real Estate field.Attorney Bruce Dierking of Packard and Dierking and Developer Dave Wedmore of Carmel Partners discussed the relativ
On February 23rd, 2006, the Law School’s American Indian Law Program and the Native American Law Students Association presented a symposium regarding the ongoing Cobell case. Since 1887 (and with respect to some tribes, even earlier,) the United States government has held land in trus
On February 24th, Professor Daria Roithmayr of the University of Illinois gave a faculty colloquium on a chapter from her forthcoming book, "Locked In Apartheid." Professor Roithmayr began her talk by noting that racial disparaties often persist for long periods of time, even after the