Denver Law Firm Presents Major Gift to Colorado Law Building Campaign

May 3, 2005

Colorado Law announced this week the receipt of a $150,000 gift from the Denver law firm of Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons LLP toward the realization of the School’s new Wolf Law Building . The donation was joined by matching gifts from First Bank Holding Company and individual Rothgerber partners and... Read more »

Interview with Colorado Attorney General John Suthers '77

April 29, 2005

On Thursday, April 21, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers ’77 visited the Law School to talk with students about public service in the legal profession and his priorities in office. Before his talk, which was sponsored by the RLS and the Federalist Society, he met with Kirsten Dueck, Director of... Read more »

New JAMA Study confirms Professor Campos' Controversial Thesis

April 25, 2005

A major new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) confirms the contrarian thesis put forth in Professor Paul Campos’ book The Diet Myth: Why American's Obsession with Weight is Hazardous to Your Health (formerly The Obesity Myth). The Diet Myth analyzes hundreds of medical studies... Read more »

Karen Mathis '75 In Line as ABA President

April 20, 2005

by Nora Caley, Law Week Colorado--The American Bar Association’s Midyear Meeting had no surprises, but it did have a first. At the Salt Lake City meeting Feb. 14, the nominating committee nominated Karen Mathis, a partner in the Denver Office of McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, as president-elect. If elected... Read more »

Professor Wesson on MSNBC

April 17, 2005

Professor Mimi Wesson was the featured guest on the March 30 edition of MSNCB’s news and opinion program “Connected Coast to Coast with Ron Reagan and Monica Crowley.” Wesson and Professor Thane Rosenbaum, Fordham University Law School, discussed religion in court cases and jury deliberations; specifically the 3-2 Colorado Supreme... Read more »

Hank Brown _69 Becomes 21st President of the University of Colorado

April 15, 2005

Hank Brown took over CU’s top post on August 1, and will serve until a permanent president is appointed by the Board of Regents at the conclusion of the search process, which is in progress. As president and CEO of the Daniels Fund, Brown presided over the billion dollar foundation... Read more »

Professor Bintliff Visits Kuwait University as Part of AALS Site Visit Team

April 11, 2005

Kuwait University asked the American Association of Law Schools (AALS) to send a site visit team to its School of Law to evaluate and make recommendations about its law program. Six legal educators were chosen. In addition to Nicholas Rosenbaum Professor of Law and Law Library Director Barbara Bintliff, they... Read more »

Affordable Housing Speaker_s Series continued on April 7th, with Rod Solomon

April 8, 2005

CU_s Affordable Housing Speaker_s Series continued on Thursday, April 7th, with Rod Solomon discussing his recent Brookings Institution report, Public Housing Reform and Voucher Success: Progress and Challenges. he report is the first comprehensive study of a series of major housing policy reforms set in motion by Congress in 1998... Read more »

Law Student Radebaugh Part of CU Team that Won National Urban Design Competition

April 8, 2005

A redevelopment plan for a portion of the Magna Township in Utah’s Salt Lake Valley, presented by a team representing the University of Colorado, was selected as the winning scheme in the third annual ULI (Urban Land Institute) Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition. Colorado’s entry was selected over... Read more »

Professor Eid Appointed Colorado Solicitor General

April 5, 2005

Allison Eid, currently an Associate Professor at Colorado Law, will take a leave of absence until January of 2007 to serve as Solicitor General for the State of Colorado. Professor Eid previously worked for the Denver law firm of Arnold & Porter, and as a law clerk to Justice Clarence... Read more »