Yup'ik Dancers from Alaska Performs

October 8, 2005

The Kicaput Singers and Dancers of Alaska performed on the Fleming Law Building's north lawn from noon to 1pm, sponsored by the CU-Boulder Native American Law Students Association.

John Miller Book Signing

October 7, 2005

Jonathan Miller '88 will sign his books "Crater County", "Rattlesnake Lawyer" and "Amarillo in August" at Borders, 1600 Pearl st,  in Boulder from 12 to 3 on Saturday October 8 before the CU-Texas A and M homecoming game.Crater County is a few dozen bo

The Colorado Law Mediation Program

October 4, 2005

Law students interested in mediation were invited to an informational meeting about the Colorado Law Mediation Program.  The topics covered during the meeting included a general introduction to mediation and CLMP, information on the CLMP mediator training program and upcoming submission of a

Professor George Priest Delivers 2005 Scholar in Residence Lecture

September 27, 2005

Professor Priest is the University of Colorado School of Law 2005 Scholar in Residence.  He is also the John M.

Judicial Symposium

September 27, 2005

On September 22, 2005, the Office of Career Development hosted the Judicial Symposium, featuring judges representing multiple courts in Colorado, including the tenth Circuit, U.S.

International Law Forum

September 27, 2005

On September 20, 2005, the Doman International Society hosted a special guest lecture presented by Alessandra Mignolli, Professor of EU Law and International Law at University of Rome, La Sapienza, regarding the European Union and its relationship with the International Criminal Court.  Her

The Legal Recognition of Same-sex Parents: Law, Psychology, and Ethics

September 27, 2005

The Juvenile and Family Law Program, along with The Colorado Women’s Bar Association, The Federalist Society, OUTLaw, Republican Law Society, and the Student Trial Lawyers Association hosted a presentation titled "The Legal Recognition of Same-sex Parents:  Law, Psychology, and Et

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

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.