Colorado Law has an accomplished faculty teaching a wide range of litigation subjects and experiential learning offerings. In addition to required courses in Civil Procedure and Evidence, Colorado Law offers a wide range of electives, ranging from basic trial skills and pretrial drafting to appellate advocacy and complex class action litigation. Colorado Law’s low student-faculty ratio (9.96:1) ensures our students enjoy a full opportunity to take these courses requiring close faculty contact and feedback from a faculty with a mix of experienced litigators and leading published experts on modern litigation. Colorado Law also offers a broad array of activities, externships, and internships in litigation-related fields.







Activities, Externships, and Internships

  • Trial & Appellate Competitions – numerous, including leading national competitions
  • Korey Wise Innocence Project
  • Federal courts, including U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit & U.S. District Court, District of Colorado
  • State courts, including Colorado Supreme Court and trial courts
  • Various law firms employing Colorado Law students in paid litigation work, both part-time during the school year and full-time during summers