Colorado Law has an accomplished faculty teaching a wide range of criminal law topics. In addition to required courses in Criminal Law and Evidence, Colorado Law offers a wide range of electives from criminal procedure to advanced courses in white collar crime, computer crime, and other topics. Colorado Law also offers a wide variety of experiential offerings in the criminal law field, including the Korey Wise Innocence Project; clinics in criminal defense, appellate advocacy, and criminal and immigration matters; and externships with a variety of federal, state, and local prosecutors’ and public defenders’ offices.  


Criminal Law
Criminal Procedure: Adjudicative Process
Criminal Procedure: Investigative Phase
Seminar: Gender and Criminal Justice
White Collar Crime
Computer Crime Law
Advanced Evidence: Forensic Science and the Criminal Courts
Capital Punishment in America
Courtroom Observation: Criminal
Crime Victims’ Rights: Counseling and Advocacy
Domestic Violence
Juvenile Justice
Post-Conviction Criminal Procedure
Theory of Punishment


Criminal Defense Clinic
Juvenile Justice Clinic


Violeta Chapin
Ann England
Carolyn Ramsey

Wadie Said
Ahmed White

Other Activities and Opportunities