In its 130 years, the University of Colorado Law School has conferred more than 8,500 law degrees. Currently, Colorado Law's nearly 8,500 alumni live and work around the world, and work in every area of the law.
Home Sweet Home
Clearly, the appeal of Colorado is strong as two-thirds of our alumni remain in or have returned to Colorado following graduation. Others are scattered throughout the United States, with the largest concentrations of alumni in California, Washington, D.C., Texas, New York, New Mexico, and Arizona. Arkansas has the fewest Colorado Law graduates within its borders (4 at last count). We have alumni in all 50 states, four U.S. territories, and 18 foreign countries.
If you have recently relocated, or if you are not hearing from us regularly, please make sure to RECONNECT with Colorado Law.
Amicus, Colorado Law's annual alumni magazine, is mailed out to alumni every fall. If you have news to celebrate (job changes, promotions, awards, honors, marriages, new babies, etc.), let us know and we will include you in our next Class Actions section.
Law Points, Colorado Law's monthly e-newsletter, is e-mailed to alumni on the first Tuesday of every month. Highlighting activities at Colorado Law as well as upcoming regional alumni events, Law Points is a terrific way to stay connected to the law school. If you're not receiving Law Points, RECONNECT and we will add you to our distribution list, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Law Alumni Board
- Alumni Spotlight (series highlighting prominent Colorado Law alumni at the height of their careers)
- Promising Starts (series highlighting recent Colorado Law alumni who have found satisfying, meaningful employment in their first five years after graduation)