Supreme Court Panel: The Past, the Future, and the Nomination of Our Next Supreme Court Justice

November 4, 2005

All students were invited to main campus to hear a panel discussion in the Old Main Chapel.

Discussion on Recent Medical Marijuana Case

October 30, 2005

The Federalist Society hosted a discussion of the recently decided Raiche case (Medical Marijuana) by U.S. Attorney William J. Leone.  In Gonzales v.

Winners of 2005 Carrigan Cup

October 30, 2005

This year it came down to two teams, a 2L team consisting of J.P.

Re-Examining the Role of State and Local Governments in Telecom Regulation

October 28, 2005

Designing a new regulatory architecture for telecommunications regulation presents a critical challenge that Congress must carefully consider in weighing prospective changes to the Telecommunications Act of 1996.  To assist Congress in this endeavor, the Progress and Freedom Foundation (PFF)

Role of State and Local Governments in Telecom Regulations

October 27, 2005

Exploring ways to streamline current and conflicting telecommunication regulatory policies in the United States was the focus of a conference at Colorado Law on October 26.

LRAP Reception

October 18, 2005

LRAP Reception hosted by Faegre & Benson LLP Featuring Professor Patrick  Furman, Colorado Law Ethics,

Professionalism and Pro Bono: What must we do?
What should we do? What can we do? One CLE Ethics Credit available. 

Faegre & Benson Gives Major Building Gift

October 17, 2005

Colorado Law announced this week the receipt of a $200,000 gift from the national law firm of Faegre & Benson toward the realization of the School’s new Wolf Law Building.  The gift is being joined by an additional $50,000 in individual pledges from CU friends and alumni at the fir

Colorado Law Chapter of the ACLU Hosts Cathy Hazouri

October 11, 2005

Cathy Hazouri, the Executive Director of the Colorado Chapter of the ACLU spoke about current initiatives by the Colorado ACLU and the National ACLU, current litigation, and ways that CU Law students can become more involved.Topics Discussed:  Patriot Act and its impact Military Recruitment

Law Students to Explain New American Indian Land Law In Community Education Workshops

October 11, 2005

Colorado Law students will conduct two community education workshops in southwest Colorado and the Denver area to explain the impact of a new federal law affecting American Indian land holdings.

Robert Hill '70 is 2005 William Lee Knous Award

October 8, 2005

The Knous Award was established in memory of former governor, federal judge, distinguihed statesman and Colorado Law Alumnus, William Lee Knous '11.  Conferred annually by the Law Alumni Board of Directors, the Law School's highest honor recognizes outstanding achievement and sustained servi