On Nov. 6, University of Colorado Law School Professor Phil Weiser was elected to serve as the attorney general for the state of Colorado. Weiser is the Hatfield Professor of Law and Telecommunications and executive director and founder of the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship. From 2011 to 2016, he served as Dean of Colorado Law.
“We wish to extend heartfelt congratulations to Phil for this tremendous achievement,” said Dean Jim Anaya. “Phil has committed incalculable energy into creating and building Silicon Flatirons, an important center here at Colorado Law that serves students, policymakers, entrepreneurs, and professionals in the mosaic of law, technology policy, and entrepreneurship. We appreciate all that he has done for Colorado Law, including serving as Dean from 2011-2016, and congratulate him on his new position serving the state of Colorado and its citizens as attorney general.”
Weiser will continue his relationship with Colorado Law as an adjunct professor and an engaged member of the Silicon Flatirons team after he is sworn in as attorney general in January.
Read the statement from Silicon Flatirons.