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.
On February 10th, the Federalist Society welcomed Professor James Huffman to the chapter to discuss 'Free Market Environmentalism.' James Huffman is the current Dean of Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon.
On Thursday February 17 Professor Lakshman Guruswamy delivered a groundbreaking lecture, "Sustainable Energy: A New Framework," making the case for a new international framework for addressing issues of sustainable energy. Dr.
Conscience and the Free Exercise of Religion was the banner for scholars gathered at Colorado Law for the 12th Rothgerber Conference, named in honor of Law School benefactor Ira C. Rothgerber, Jr., '35.