The University of Colorado Law School's popular Mini Law School returns for its ninth season this fall with a brand-new curriculum that examines voting rights, election law, and the impacts of the 2020 election. Taught by Colorado Law faculty and open to all, this eight-week online series is an excellent lifelong learning opportunity and a chance to get a taste of what law school is like.
All sessions will be hosted online via Zoom from 6 until 7:30 p.m. on most Tuesdays in September and October; registration is required. Lectures will also be available on demand for all registrants beginning two to three days after the live lecture. Each week's lecture will focus on a different topic.
This year’s schedule is as follows:
The 2020 Election, COVID-19, and Health Policy Horizons
Associate Professor Craig Konnoth
Our Climate and Energy Future: What’s at Stake in November
Associate Professor Sharon Jacobs
Lying and Elections
Professor Helen Norton
The Hon. Timothy Tymkovich (’82), Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
TABOR, the Pandemic, and the State’s Finances
Professor Richard Collins
Civil Rights in the Balance
Associate Professor Scott Skinner-Thompson
Immigration Law: A Reform Agenda for the 2020 Election . . . and Beyond
Associate Professor Ming Hsu Chen
The National Popular Vote Movement and the Electoral College
Professor Jennifer Hendricks
Participants who view at least six of the eight sessions receive a Mini Law School Certificate (no academic credit is received for participation).
Registration is open now. Discounts are available for CU alumni, faculty, staff, and students; high school students; educators, nonprofits, government workers; and Mini Law School alumni. Email email@example.com for more information.
Visit the Mini Law School page to learn more.