Bruce Babbitt speaks to Colorado Law Community (sponsored by NRLC and Center for the American West)

September 27, 2005

September 23, 2005.  The restoration of the Florida Everglades.  The wolves' return to Yellowstone.  Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.  Each was a landmark of environmental progress.

Professors Huntington and Robinson Appointed by Colorado Supreme Court_s Respondents Parents_ Counsel Task Force

September 27, 2005

Professor Clare Huntington, CU’s Associate Professor of Family Law and Immigration & Citizenship Law, and Professor Colene Robinson, CU’s Clinical Professor of Juvenile and Family Law, have been appointed to work as members of the Colorado Supreme Court, specifically in the Respon

Wittemyer '65 Commits $1M Gift

September 22, 2005

Colorado Law announced today the commitment of a million-dollar gift from Nancy and John Wittemyer.  The funds will enable construction of a new, state-of-the-art courtroom in the Wolf Law Building scheduled to open June 2006.  This will be one of the largest private gifts made to the b

New Colorado Law Building Reaches New Heights

September 22, 2005

Colorado Law students, faculty, staff and alumni celebrated the topping out of the new $46 million Wolf Law Building, Sept.

Colorado Law Alumni Board Awards Bob Hill _70 Highest Honor

September 22, 2005

Colorado Law announced today that alumnus Robert F. Hill '70 will receive its highest alumni honor during the Back-to-Boulder Homecoming celebration Saturday October 8, 2005.

CU-DU Annual Happy Hour with APABA at the Rock Bottom Brewery in Denver

September 20, 2005

CU/DU Annual Happy Hour with APABA is one of many intimate and informal opportunities for CU APALSA (Asian Pacific American Law Students Association) students to network with our law school colleagues from Denver University College of Law and local lawyers.  On September 16, the students enj

Colorado House Speaker Romanoff speaks on Referenda C & D

September 19, 2005

Colorado House Speaker Romanoff came to CU Law School to speak during lunchtime regarding why Coloradans should vote ‘Yes’ on Referenda C & D, a heated issue for the upcoming November 2005 Coordinated Election.  Referenda C & D is Colorado’s Economic Recovery Plan,

Family Law Symposium--Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Parents: Law, Psychology and Ethics

September 16, 2005

The Juvenile and Family Law Program , along with a diverse group of law student organizations and the Colorado Women’s Bar Association, hosted a symposium addressing the legal, psychological, and ethical issues involved in the recognition of same-sex parents.  The speakers include

American Indian Law Clinic Awarded Community Education Grant

September 12, 2005

The American Indian Law Clinic has been awarded a $4,000 grant from the Colorado Bar Foundation, the charitable foundation of the Colorado Bar Association, to conduct a series of community education workshops on the impending implementation of the federal American Indian Probate Reform Act (AIPRA

Yale Law Professor Priest Delivers 2005 Scholar in Residence Lecture

September 12, 2005

Professor George Priest of Yale Law School presented “Buying Democracy: Political Contributions as a Mechanism for Repairing Electoral Failures.” in the Lindsley Memorial Courtroom of the University of Colorado School of Law on September 21.Professor Priest is Colorado Law's 2005