<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 »

Juvenile and Family Law Program Holds Inaugural Conference

Oct. 27, 2004

Yesterday, the Juvenile and Family Law Program held its inaugural event. More than 100 lawyers and students attended the program on Colorado's new Rule 16.2, "Court Facilitated Management of Domestic Relations Cases and General Provisions Governing Duty of Disclosure," more commonly known the simplified martial dissolution rule. Professor Huntington welcomed... Read more »

Juvenile and Family Law Program Sponsors New Externship on Truancy

Oct. 23, 2004

Yesterday, the Juvenile and Family Law Program announced a collaborative project with the Seventeenth Judicial District Truancy Reduction Project. Beginning in January 2005, students will serve as externs for the Truancy Reduction Project, representing school districts in truancy proceedings before the Juvenile Court. The Truancy Reduction Project is a cooperative... Read more »

Colorado Law to Host International Conference on Challenges Facing Developing Countries

Oct. 14, 2004

Note to Editors: Members of the press are welcome to attend without charge. To arrange, e-mail Kelly Murphy: Kelly.Murphy@colorado.edu . While Coloradans get set to vote on a ballot initiative that would require the use of some renewable energy, populous countries such as India and China are also looking at... Read more »

Colorado Law Library Ranks 35th in Nation

Oct. 1, 2004

In a recent survey of law libraries at 183 ABA-accredited law schools, The National Jurist ranked the Colorado Law Library 35th best in the country. In ranking the law school libraries, the magazine used a mix of categories that assessed "the number of materials available, the facility itself and the... Read more »

Colorado Law Hosts Conference on Cable Industry and Regulation

Sept. 23, 2004

Note to Editors: Members of the press are welcome to attend without charge. To arrange, call Travis Litman at (303) 738-5633 or email Litman at sftp@colorado.edu . Exploring how federal legislation over the last 20 years has shaped the cable industry in the United States will be the focus of... Read more »

Law School Launches "LRAP" Loan Repayment Assistance Program

Sept. 15, 2004

Colorado Law is excited to announce its Law Loan Repayment Assistance Program [LRAP]. LRAP is a program designed to assist graduates of the law school who choose law careers in public service or with not-for-profit organizations. Graduates who choose law-related careers in qualifying public service or with not-for-profit organizations following... Read more »

Colorado Law Launches Juvenile and Family Law Program

Sept. 15, 2004

In the fall of 2004, Colorado Law launched the Juvenile and Family Law Program (JLFP). Coordinated by Professor Clare Huntington, the JFLP offers courses in juvenile and family law, conducts legal and policy research, and hosts conferences and programs related to juvenile and family law. In addition, the JLFP provides... Read more »

The Law School Announces Spring 2005 Faculty Colloquium Series

Sept. 15, 2004

The Law School will host four outstanding scholars from around the country as part of our ongoing Faculty Colloquium Series. These faculty presentations will be: February 4 -- Elizabeth Magill, University of Virginia School of Law, will present a paper entitled, "Agency Self-Regulation"; February 18 -- Tracy Lewis, Duke University... Read more »