Published: Oct. 3, 2023
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Widely recognized for its intellectual diversity and originality, the faculty at Colorado Law encompasses an array of prominent legal scholars who are widely cited, both in academia and throughout the national media landscape. We invite you to catch up on the latest faculty publications and media mentions with this weekly round up.

Faculty Publications

Suzette MalveauxThe Future of Intersectionality in Employment Law, JOTWELL (September 11, 2023) (reviewing Jamillah Bowman Williams, Beyond Sex-Plus: Acknowledging Black Women in Employment Law and Policy, __ Employee Rts. & Emp. Pol. J. __ (forthcoming), available at Geo. L. Fac. Publ'n and Other Works 2407(2021)). 

Scott Skinner-ThompsonIdentity by Committee, (originally published in 57 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 657 (2022)), reprinted in Gender and the Law 79 (2023-2024 ed.)(a collection of the best research addressing legal issues affecting women, the law and masculinities, gender identity and expression, and sexuality published within the last year). 

Notable Mentions & Blog posts

Brad Bernthal, Blake Reid [moderator] & Harry Surden [moderator], Generative AI & Copyright (Silicon Flatirons, upcoming, Oct. 6, 2023).   

Paul Campos, Labor and valueLooking for the magic wordsWhen legal argument doesn’t helpCan Cooley Law School survive?Dead MoneyTed Williams’s last gameTales from the gerontocracyThere’s something about DonaldThat’s what friends are forIncome effect v. substitution effect, New York Jets editionCollective trauma responsePlease stop they’re already deadLiterally and seriouslyMcCarthy agrees to massive cuts in already-shredded social safety net as price for not shutting down governmentNew York judge finds Trump committed real estate fraud as a matter of indisputable factBrooks RobinsonIsn’t it pretty to think so?EAIAC dementia divisionSome people have to play their little gamesWe don’t have any evidence but we might be able to manufacture some eventually; Lawyers, Guns, & Money Blog, Sept. 16-29, 2023.  

Kristen Carpenter & Daniel Cordalis, [Charles Wilkinson], Remembering Charles Wilkinson: A true friend to Indian country, HighCountry News, Sept. 21, 2023. 

[Kristen Carpenter], Sophia Osborn, Constitution Day focuses on prioritization of schools and racial demographics, Golden Gate Express, Sept. 25, 2023 (highlighting Carpenter’s presentation “Indigenous Lands and Human Rights in the United States” from San Francisco State University’s Rights and Wrongs: A Constitution and Citizenship Day Conference, Sept. 19, 2023). 

[Anne Castle, GWC], Bennet, Padilla, Schatz, Wyden, Hickenlooper Lead Colleagues in Introducing Resolution Reaffirming Importance of Access to Clean Water for Tribal Communities,  Office of Senator Bennet, Sept. 21, 2023.   

[Ann England], Sam Stecklow, Even with new POST database and reforms, Colorado is in the minority of states keeping comprehensive police officer data secret, Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition & the Invisible Institute, Sept. 18, 2023 (reprints include the Denver Gazette).   

T. Markus Funk [Colorado Law Adjunct], Rethinking Culpability, SSRN, ranked #1 in SSRN’s Top Ten download list for AARN: Violence & Crime; ranked in top ten for CJRN: Criminal Law and LSN: Criminal Offenses & Defenses. 

[Deep Gulasekaram], Jennifer Soules, What the latest DACA ruling means for the program and its Dreamers, CU Boulder Today, Sept. 20, 2023. 

[Deep Gulasekaram, Suzette Malveaux, Helen Norton, Scott Skinner-Thompson, & Doug Spencer], Sarah Sorenson [Colorado Law 2L & Byron White Center Fellow], SCOTUS Review lunch talk expands discussion about developments in constitutional law, Colorado Law, Sept. 27, 2023.   

[Dean Lolita Buckner Inniss], Dan Ernst, Inniss on Abortion Law as Protection Narrative, Legal History Blog, Sept. 22, 2023. 

[Suzette Malveaux], Emily Battaglia, Suzette Malveaux Receives Gilbert Goldstein Award, Colorado Law, Sept. 28, 2023.  

[Zach Mountin], Tatiana Flowers, A Denver couple are suing after sewer gas leaked into their home for nine months, Colorado Sun, Sept. 26, 2023.    

Amanda Parsons, “U.S Taxation of Cryptocurrencies: Acquiring Crypto” (panelist, European Law Institute’s webinar on Taxation and Digital Assets, Sept. 22, 2023); featured in European Law Institute Hosts a Webinar Today on Taxation and Digital Assets, TaxProf Blog, Sept. 22, 2023.   

[Staci Pratt], Emily BattagliaColorado Law’s New Access to Justice Innovation Lab, Colorado Law, Sept. 19, 2023.    

[Wadie Said], Emily Battaglia, Getting to know Prof. Wadie Said, Colorado Law, Sept. 26, 2023.   

[Milo Salazar, Colorado Law alum ’23, AILP], Emily Battaglia, Milo Salazar ’23 uses his legal education to reconstruct his family history, Colorado Law, Sept. 25, 2023.   

[Scott Skinner-Thompson], Lawrence Solum, Skinner-Thompson on Animus and Anti-Transgender Legislation, Legal Theory Blog, Sept. 18, 2023.  

Sloan SpeckWeekly SSRN Tax Article Review and Roundup: Speck Review Hemel’s Phaseouts, TaxProf Blog, Sept. 15, 2023. 

[Doug Spencer], Possible shutdown could impact Southern Colorado, KKTV News, Sept. 26, 2023.  

Harry Surden, AI Ethics Lecture (Silicon Flatirons, Sept. 26, 2023).  

[Ahmed White], Rachel Krause, ‘A surge in strikes’: Labor expert breaks down why labor disputes are sweeping the nation, Denver 9 News, Sept. 23, 2023.  

[GWC], 15th Annual Schultz Lecture in Energy featuring Pilar Thomas (upcoming, GWC, Oct. 5, 2023).