The traditional model for law schools encouraged students to look for law firm positions upon graduation, believing that the firms would both train law school graduates and provide them with the necessary professional skills to thrive.
While the primary mission of Colorado Law remains teaching and developing high quality attorneys, the school also is committed to leading and facilitating a candid discussion about important challenges facing the legal profession.
More than 50 students and dozens of alumni of the University of Colorado Law School will teach a lesson on the First Amendment in more than 50 high school classrooms throughout Colorado Sept. 11–20 in recognition of Constitution Day.
Colorado Law proudly welcomes the 184 JD candidates that comprise the class of 2016. In one of the largest classes ever, Colorado Law has brought together a group of students who are prepared to succeed and benefit from the Colorado Law experience.