Roundtable

30th Annual Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference Explores ‘The Legacy of U.S. Slavery’

April 18, 2022

Scholars, lawyers, community leaders, students and activists from across the country gathered on April 8, 2022 for the University of Colorado Law School’s 30th Annual Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference: Looking Back to Move Forward: Exploring the Legacy of U.S. Slavery.

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Suzette Malveaux Awarded Moses Lasky Professorship

Jan. 19, 2022

Colorado Law Professor Suzette Malveaux has been named Moses Lasky Professor of Law, one of the school’s highest faculty distinctions.

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Stevens Lecture Showcases Sixth Circuit Judge Bernice Donald

Oct. 29, 2021

Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the 2021 John Paul Stevens Lecture took place on October 19 virtually and in-person at the University of Colorado Law School. The Honorable Bernice B. Donald of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit spoke on defining the “Rule of Law.”

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Survivors of the Tulsa Massacre Deserve a Day in Court, Not Just Symbolic Justice, Argues Professor Suzette Malveaux

June 4, 2021

"Justice is timeless — or at least it should be when government commits the most egregious atrocities against its own citizens," wrote Professor Suzette Malveaux, who represented survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, in an opinion piece in the Washington Post.

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Professor Suzette Malveaux, Who Represented 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors, Gives Keynote About Work at Event Commemorating Massacre’s 100th Anniversary

May 25, 2021

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, University of Colorado Law School Provost Professor of Civil Rights Law Suzette Malveaux spoke about her pro bono work representing the survivors of what is widely known as one of the worst race massacres in U.S. history.

Rothgerber Conference

29th Annual Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference Explores 'Pursuing Citizenship'

April 16, 2021

Scholars and legal practitioners from across the country gathered virtually on April 9, 2021, for the University of Colorado Law School’s 29th annual Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference. This year’s conference built on the themes of Colorado Law Professor Ming Hsu Chen 's new book, Pursuing Citizenship in the Enforcement...

Suzette Malveaux: Meet Colorado’s Legal Power Couple On The Cutting Edge Of Civil Rights And Education | Colorado Public Radio

March 18, 2021

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White Center Hosts Webinar on the Legal Foundations of Impeachment

Feb. 25, 2021

On Wednesday, Feb. 3, University of Colorado Law School Professors Helen Norton and Fred Bloom sat down to discuss the U.S. Senate’s second impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump, held on February 9. The conversation was moderated by White Center Faculty Fellow Doug Spencer , with an introduction by White...

Suzette Malveaux: 'Too Often Overlooked': Black Women Are Nearly Absent From the Federal Bench—It's Time to Change That | Law.com

Dec. 9, 2020

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Professor Suzette Malveaux Delivers 2020 Austin W. Scott Jr. Lecture

Dec. 3, 2020

In this lecture, titled "Is It Time for a New Civil Rights Act? Addressing Modern Obstructionist Procedure," Professor Suzette Malveaux explored how the U.S. Supreme Court’s civil procedure jurisprudence has undermined access to justice and civil rights enforcement, and why a new civil rights law is necessary during this critical and tumultuous time in our country. Watch a recording.

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