The work of the Byron R. White Center is premised on the belief that informed and engaged citizens are essential to our constitutional democracy. Our mission is to:
- support excellence in constitutional legal scholarship,
- offer opportunities for Colorado Law students to serve the community, and
- expand public knowledge and informed discussion about the Constitution.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia recently spoke at the Fourth Annual John Paul Stevens Lecture. Check out the news coverage.
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White Center Director, Professor Melissa Hart, was recently honored by the Colorado Women's Bar Association Foundation as a pioneer, leader, and innovator. Check out the video to learn more. View
We hope that you will join us for some of our upcoming events:
- Colorado Marshall-Brennan Moot Court Competition, January 24, 2015: High school students from around Colorado will come to Wolf Law Building to participate in a moot court competition. Finalists in this competition have the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C. to take part in the National Marshall-Brennan High School Moot Court Competition in the spring. If you are interested in judging the competition, send us an email.