Published: Oct. 16, 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

S. James Anaya, Indigenous Peoples in the United States: Justice Still Needed, in Human Flourishing: The End of Law (W. Michael Reisman & Roza Pati, eds., Brill, 2023). 

Doug Spencer, Election Law and Empirical Social Science (Oxford Handbook of American Election Law, ed. Eugene Mazo, forthcoming). 

Notable Mentions & Blog Post  

Paul CamposBaseline rates and statistical analysisA perfect vesselThe Two Americas: Class and Life ExpectancyThe Crack-UpMcCarthy loses speakershipRichard PosnerGun deaths among children nearly doubled over the past decadeSpeaking of farcesHistory on DrugsThinking about the governmentThe information security administration: An infinite seriesLaw and politics, legal legitimation divisionThe SiegeThe full crank packageA formula for murderWar and PeaceThe myth of the American “left”America’s newest reality showThe age of cults; Lawyers, Guns, & Money Blog, Sept. 29-Oct. 13, 2023.   

Deborah Cantrell [presenter], “Ethics for NOLEA Members,” National Organization of Lawyers for Education Associations (NOLEA) Annual Conference (Oct. 7, 2023)(see attached PDF). 

[Justin Desautels-Stein], Lawrence Solum, Legal Theory Bookworm: “The Right to Exclude” by Desautels-Stein, Legal Theory Blog, Sept. 30, 2023.   

T. Markus Funk [Colorado Law Adjunct], Rethinking Culpability ranked in SSRN 10 Ten in CJRN: Criminal Law (Topic).  

[Derek Kiernan-Johnson], Alex Anteau, ‘Designed for Lawyers:’ Why it Matters That Georgia Court of Appeals Changed Its Font,, Sept. 25, 2023.   

Mark LoewensteinReflections on Mark Loewenstein’s 44-Year Career at Colorado Law, Colorado Law Amicus, Sept. 23, 2023.   

[Suzette Malveaux, Byron White Center], Justice Sabrina McKenna of the Hawaii Supreme Court to Deliver 12th annual John Paul Stevens Lecture on Oct 26, Colorado Law, Oct. 6, 2023.   

[Suzette Malveaux, Doug Spencer, Christina Stanton, Byron White Center], Reya Roussel, Byron White Center brings educational programming to local high schools in honor of Constitution Day, Colorado Law, Oct. 10, 2023.   

Amanda Parsons & Salome Viljoen, Towards a Legal Understanding of Social Data, LPE Project, Oct. 9, 2023. 

Scott Skinner-Thompson [presenter], “Transgender Students: Their Rights, The Right, & Doing What’s Right,” National Organization of Lawyers for Education Associations (NOLEA) Annual Conference (Oct. 6, 2023)(see attached PDF).  

[Doug Spencer], Susan Milligan, Court Approves Alabama Voting Map with New Black-Majority District, US News & World Reports, Oct. 5, 2023.   

[Doug Spencer], Kate Riga, If Louisiana’s New Election Uses Gerrymandered Maps, It’ll Be The 5th Circuit’s Doing, TalkingPointMemo, Oct. 5, 2023.    

Phil Weiser [former Colorado Law Dean, NOLEA speaker], “The Limited Reach of the Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Decisions in SFRA v. Harvard & University of North Carolina, National Organization of Lawyers for Education Associations (NOLEA) Annual Conference (Oct 5, 2023).    

[Colorado Law], Brian Leiter, Pairwise comparison ranking of the ‘Top 40” law schools in terms of faculty quality, Brian Leiter’s Law School Reports, Sept. 25, 2023.