On February 21st, 2006, the Technology Law Students Association hosted Dr. Mark Cooper, a consumer advocate and expert on new collaborative technologies, like Wikis, WiFi, and Peer-to-Peer. He holds a Ph.D.
On February 16th, 2006, the Business Law Association hosted a Securities Law Panel to provide to law students with access to speakers from the SEC and from firms that handle business-related issues. The SEC is the agency responsible for administering federal securities laws in the US.
It's a multibillion-dollar legal battle with roots 118 years old and yet after dozens of rulings there is still no settlement in sight for the Indian trust funds management lawsuit filed over a decade ago by Blackfeet tribal member Elouise Cobell. On Feb.
Governor Bill Owens announced today the appointment of Allison Eid of Golden to the Colorado Supreme Court. The appointment is effective immediately, filling a vacancy created by the resignation of the Honorable Rebecca Love Kourlis.
The NLG will be hosting The Marijuana Reform Movement in Colorado with Brian Vicente, Director of Sensible Colorado and Mason Tvert, Director of Safer Alternatives for Enjoyable Recreation(SAFER)as they discuss the movement to reform Colorado's marijuana laws, including:1) Proposition I-100
New Editor-in-Chiefs for the academic year 2006-2007 have been chosen for three Law Review Journals we have here at our law school. The newly appointed students will transition into their positions over the remaining months of this spring semester, and will take on duties fully after t
When The Colorado Supreme Court released the results of the July 2005 Colorado Bar Exam this week, Colorado Law had the highest passage rate in the state, surpassing the 74% average results of all other schools and exceeding the statewide average by 14 percentage points.