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Community Collaboration Law Lab works to Establish Law School Food Pantry

June 27, 2024

Student attorneys in the CCLL have been working on a project to establish a no-cost food pantry in the law school. Spearheaded by students JJ Carl ‘25, Aidan Stearns ‘25, and Charlotte Goodenow ‘24, the project was inspired by no-cost community grocery stores operated by a local nonprofit, Boulder Food Rescue, and by efforts across the way from the Law School at CU’s School of Education.

AILC Students

A Banner Semester for the American Indian Law Clinic

Nov. 30, 2022

The 2022-2023 American Indian Law Clinic (the Clinic) students have already been hard at work; parsing national election laws; digging through historical treaties and local laws; and supporting international clients to elevate Indigenous human rights concerns before the United Nations.

Professor Robinson accepting the OCR award

Professor Colene Robinson and Josi McCauley ‘06 Honored at the Colorado Office of the Child’s Representative Annual Conference

Oct. 4, 2022

Professor Colene Robinson, co-director of Colorado Law’s Clinical Program, and Josi McCauley ’06 each received awards at the 2022 Colorado Office of the Child’s Representative (OCR) Annual Conference, held on September 12 and 13.

Community members celebrating purchase of the park.

Clinic Helps Protect Local Mobile Home Park as Permanently Affordable Housing

Sept. 6, 2022

Colorado Law's Sustainable Community Development Clinic (SCDC) has formed a new non-profit to support residents of a Ft. Collins mobile home park in preserving the affordability of their homes.

American Indian Law Clinic

American Indian Law Clinic Leads Election Observation Efforts on North Dakota Reservations

Nov. 21, 2018

A group of about 20 University of Colorado Law School students traveled to reservation counties across North Dakota to ensure the votes of tribal reservation members were counted in the Nov. 6 election.

Clinical students

DACA Renewal Project Brings Free Legal Services Across Front Range

Oct. 11, 2017

The Criminal and Immigration Defense Clinic, led by Clinical Professor Violeta Chapin, took its services on the road this semester, offering free renewal assistance for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients in Fort Collins, Greeley, and across Boulder County.

Korey Wise and Kristy Martinez

Five Minutes with Kristy Martinez, Director, Korey Wise Innocence Project

Aug. 10, 2017

We sat down with Kristy Martinez, director of the Korey Wise Innocence Project at Colorado Law, to hear about the program's summer projects and what's coming up for the fall.

Luke Ewing, Lindsey Knapton, Caroline Ncube, and Gabrielle Daley

Clinics Impact Boulder County and Beyond in 2016-17

June 22, 2017

During the 2016-17 academic year, 126 student attorneys across the University of Colorado Law School’s nine clinics worked on more than 400 cases and projects, providing free legal services to many community members and groups who could not otherwise hire an attorney.

Organizers of the Name Change Clinic Deborah Cantrell, Jordan Blisk, Amanda Bauer, Colene Robinson, and Carrie Armknecht outside the Wolf Law Building

Students Organize Name Change Legal Clinic for Transgender Coloradans

April 25, 2017

Jordan Blisk (’18) and Amanda Bauer (’17) spearheaded a free clinic at Colorado Law that helped more than 25 transgender Coloradans start the name change process.

Colorado Law students, faculty, and staff with U.N. Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Victoria Tauli-Corpuz

Virtual Consultations Expand Indigenous Access to UN Special Rapporteur

April 13, 2017

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples held the office’s first virtual consultation with indigenous peoples during a recent visit to the University of Colorado Law School.

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