Byron Chrisman (’66), perhaps one of the University of Colorado Boulder Law School’s most unlikely success stories, attributes his success as a tax attorney and real estate developer to his experience at Colorado Law.
The University of Colorado Law School continues to make important strides in its career development efforts, with more graduates from the class of 2013 working in jobs that require bar passage than in recent years.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler and Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez spoke at a University of Colorado Boulder conference dealing with Internet governance issues Feb. 9-10.
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.