Professor Pizzi Receives Colorado Bar Association's Don Sears Award

Nov. 16, 2004

Colorado Law Professor William T. Pizzi recently was recognized with the Don Sears Award presented by the CBA Ethics Committee (click here for CBA web site). The award was presented for his "tireless commitment to the ethical enhancement of the legal profession." Pizzi was licensed to practice law in Colorado... Read more »

Law School Breaks Ground on New Building!

Nov. 12, 2004

(More photos below) For our live web cam focused on the construction site, click here. The Law School proudly welcomed several hundred campus leaders, students, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the legal community to the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Wolf Law Building on Friday, November 12th. The ceremony... Read more »

CU-Boulder Student Leaders Take Unique, Unprecedented Action to Ensure Law School Building Gets Built

Nov. 11, 2004

he University of Colorado at Boulder's new law school building will begin to take shape east and south of the current building in January, thanks largely to the commitment and civic mindedness of several student leaders, said Law School Dean David Getches. Facing a threat to the school's accreditation because... Read more »

News Briefing on the New Colorado Law Building With CU Students and Law Dean David Getches

Nov. 10, 2004

Seven University of Colorado at Boulder students who were instrumental in securing financing for a new Law School building and future campus construction will present plans for the new building and describe its unique financing at a briefing on campus Thursday morning. The briefing will be at 10:30 a.m. in... Read more »

Professor Nagel's Election Day Editorial Featured in the <i>Wall Street Journal</i>

Nov. 3, 2004

Professor Robert Nagel's provocative article, "Law Schools Are Bad for Democracy" was featured on the election day editorial page of the Wall Street Journal. The article examines the relationship between certain aspects of legal education and the mythic status of the 2000 presidential election controversy in Florida. n particular, Nagel... Read more »

Indian Law Clinic Awarded Attorneys' Fees for Successful Eagle Feather Recovery Case

Nov. 1, 2004

Chiricahua Apache Joselius Saenz not only received his ceremonial eagle feathers back, but was awarded $48,818 for legal fees incurred in his eight-year odyssey to recover the feathers which were seized in 1996 by the U.S. Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service. The federal agency took the religious... Read more »

Professor Weiser to Publish Groundbreaking New Book on Telecommunications Policy in the Internet Age

Nov. 1, 2004

Just in time for Congress to begin re-examining the foundations of American telecommunications policy (i.e., early next year), Professor Phil Weiser's book (co-authored with Jon Nuechterlein), Digital Crossroads: American Telecommunications Policy in the Internet Age, will be published by MIT Press in the Spring of 2005. "When I first entered... Read more »

Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program sponsors Institute of Regulatory Law and Economics at the Aspen Institute

Nov. 1, 2004

The Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program is proud to be an academic co-sponsor of the Institute of Regulatory Law and Economics (IRLE). Last spring, the IRLE held its first program, an academically rigorous retreat for state public utility commissioners. This week long program--held on the premises of the Aspen Institute--included a... Read more »

<i>Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law</i> Publishes Third Issue

Nov. 1, 2004

The newest journal at the Law School is the Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law. This journal, with three volumes under its belt, is publishing two issues a year and exploring cutting edge issues in technology policy. To date, the Journal has already published articles by leading academics (such... Read more »

Progress on New Law School Building Prompts ABA to Halt Accreditation Review

Oct. 28, 2004

Citing progress made in recent months by Colorado Law on the adequacy of the school's physical facility, the American Bar Association has terminated its accreditation review. In 2003, the ABA found the law school building out of compliance with accreditation standards. Now that the school is proceeding to construct a... Read more »

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