CU_s Affordable Housing Speaker_s Series continued on Thursday, April 7th, with Rod Solomon discussing his recent Brookings Institution report, Public Housing Reform and Voucher Success: Progress and Challenges.
A redevelopment plan for a portion of the Magna Township in Utah’s Salt Lake Valley, presented by a team representing the University of Colorado, was selected as the winning scheme in the third annual ULI (Urban Land Institute) Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition.
Colorado Law is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2005-2006 Law Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP). LRAP is designed to assist graduates of the Law School who choose careers in public service or with not-for-profit organizations.
On March 16, Colorado Law's Alumni Board (LAB) hosted the 24th Annual Alumni Award Banquet celebrating the accomplishments of alumni. It was the largest student-alumni event in the School_s history, signaling the spirit of enthusiasm and growth around the Law School.
Colorado Law's Construction and Real Estate Law Association and the University of Colorado Real Estate Center inaugurated a new Affordable Housing Speakers Series on March 7 with a presentation by Colorado Representative Gary Lindstrom (Dist.
Phil Weiser, Associate Professor of Law and Telecommunications at the University of Colorado and Executive Director and Founder of the Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program, will discuss and sign Digital Crossroads: American Telecommunications Policy in the Internet Age ($40.00 MIT Press)
Professor Charles Wilkinson's latest book, Blood Struggle: The Rise of Modern Indian Nations (W.W. Norton, February 2005) provides a comprehensive history of the struggle for Native American sovereignty and its place in the American civil rights movement.
Leaders in academia and industry discussed the sustainability and legal status of open source licensing as a regime for facilitating the Internet's commitment to openness while inviting commercial development.