Colorado Law News
On Friday, May 10, 2019, the University of Colorado Law School celebrated the commencement of the Class of 2019. The ceremony recognized 157 JD graduates, nine LLM graduates, and 10 Master of Studies in Law (MSL) graduates.
From Our Alumni Magazine
Residents of the West, the nation, and the world live in challenging times in terms of protecting our natural resources. Rivers, airsheds, old-growth forests, red-rock landscapes, and wild lands face new and daunting risks. Fires, glacier loss, drought, and violent storms serve as calls to action to ensure a sustainable, just, and equitable future for all. In Colorado and beyond, there is a rising demand for thoughtful policy initiatives at all levels of government. Read more
Colorado Law’s Maya Land Rights and Development Project works with Belizean indigenous organizations to secure Maya customary land tenure and promote sustainable economic development opportunities for Maya communities. Read more
After 22 years in the Boulder Public Defender's Office—including the last six as the head of the office—Megan Ring stepped into the role of Colorado state public defender on Aug. 1, 2018. She is the first woman to hold the position in Colorado. Read more
From films to news headlines, artificial intelligence, or AI, is often portrayed as a threat to many modern professions. It's only logical, then, for lawyers to wonder: Should they be worried or enthusiastic? Will AI take over the legal profession as we know it—or will it bring more access to legal services and enable improved lawyering? Read more