Korey Wise changed the trajectory of the Colorado Innocence Project (renamed the Korey Wise Innocence Project). Now, thanks in part to a popular docuseries, the project has hit its stride.
University of Colorado Law School students reflect on their experiences engaging in public service work during law school.
A new book by Associate Professor Ming Hsu Chen delves into the meaning of citizenship to immigrants around Colorado.
In a new book, Professor Aya Gruber examines how women’s liberation led to mass incarceration and what to do about it.
A new website, EnergyTradeoffs.com, administered and overseen in part by Associate Professor Sharon Jacobs, aims to promote awareness and discussion of the energy transition and its associated trade-offs.
Myra Monfort ('75) and her family have spent decades giving back to Colorado Law and supporting Colorado communities through their philanthropy. Now, a brand-new space bearing Monfort’s name in the Wolf Law Building’s recently renovated garden level will stand as a physical testament to her generosity and deep commitment to the practice of law and legal education.
In recognition of John ('65) and Nancy Wittemyer’s longtime philanthropic support, the Rare Books Room in the William A. Wise Law Library was renamed the Wittemyer Rare Books Room on Feb. 25.
We sat down with Richard Murray ('07), shareholder at Polsinelli PC and chair of the Law Alumni Board.
The spring 2020 Amicus featured the Hon. Nikea Bland ('05), a district court judge in Colorado's 2nd Judicial District. Prior to her appointment to the bench by Gov. Polis in January 2020, Bland was a senior associate at O'Malley and Sawyer, LLC, where her practice consisted of criminal defense and dependency and neglect matters.