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

Professor Wesson to Participate in Writers in the Sky

September 12, 2005

On October 1, 2005 the Wilkinson Public Library in Telluride, Colorado will host the 9th Annual “Writers in the Sky: A Festival to Celebrate Reading.”  Professor Mimi Wesson, author of the novel Chilling Effect, will be a featured guest along with authors Nick Arvin, MaryJoy Mart

Professor Huntington Recalls Chief Justice William Rehnquist

September 7, 2005

Professor Clare Huntington recalls the late Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist as a man who "administered the court with terrific efficiency." Huntington clerked for U.S. Supreme Court justices Harry A. Blackmun and Stephen Breyer from 1998 to 1999.

Colorado Law Opens Doors to New Orleans' Students

September 2, 2005

Colorado Law announced today that it will reopen admissions to accommodate law students displaced by Hurricane Katrina. The Law School invites applications from second- and third-year law students currently enrolled at Tulane and Loyola-New Orleans law schools.

"Papers of Justice Harry A. Blackmun" presented by Colorado Law & BCBA

September 1, 2005

Colorado Law hosted a presentation of the Papers of Supreme Court Justice Harry A.

Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program Conference 9/8/05

August 29, 2005

The 2004 Presidential election marked the Internet’s arrival as a serious force in political campaigns. The future promises even more dramatic uses of information technology. To date, the World Wide Web, email, and bloggers have already revolutionized journalism.

"Time for a Real Energy Plan," <i>Denver Post</i> Op-ed by Professor Squillace

August 24, 2005

Time for a real energy planFailure to develop a serious energy policy threatens the economy, the environment and America's national security.By Mark Squillace (Perspective section of the Sunday Denver Post, August 21, 2005)When he signed the Energy Policy Act of 2005 recently in New Mexico, Presi