Narrated by Doug Good Feather, this video provides a glimpse into the tenth anniversary celebration of the adoption of the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, held at Colorado Law in September 2017.
The Class of 2020 is Colorado Law’s most diverse incoming class ever at 29.4 percent racially or ethnically diverse, and they hail from 36 states (including D.C.). With a median LSAT score of 161 and a median cumulative GPA of 3.65, they come from various backgrounds rich with experiences that indicate strong potential for success.
Nic Cordova ('18) and Morgan Pullam ('19) earned the judges’ verdict in the final round of the Carrigan Cup Trial Competition on September 25. Volunteer judges were The Honorable Christine M. Arguello, Sheila P. Carrigan (’82), and Stanley L. Garnett (‘82).
The University of Colorado Law School is a national leader in environmental, energy, and natural resources law. For more than half a century, these areas have helped define the Colorado Law curriculum. With an expert faculty and an engaged student body, Colorado Law is facing the environmental law challenges of today and shaping the debate of tomorrow.