Ming H. Chen

Ming Hsu Chen Selected for Campuswide Faculty Fellows Cohort

Nov. 25, 2019

University of Colorado Law School Associate Professor Ming Hsu Chen was one of 13 faculty members across the CU Boulder campus selected to participate in the Research & Innovation Office's (RIO) 2020 Faculty Fellows cohort. The Faculty Fellows program supports CU Boulder’s most promising faculty in achieving their research goals and promotes collaboration by "shrinking the campus."

Helen Norton

Professor Helen Norton to Deliver 2019 Austin W. Scott Jr. Lecture

Nov. 3, 2019

Professor Helen Norton, who holds the Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Chair in Constitutional Law, will deliver the 45th annual Austin W. Scott Jr. Lecture on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 5:30 p.m. in Wittemyer Courtroom. The lecture is presented annually by a member of the faculty engaged in a significant scholarly project selected by the dean.

Professor Anna Spain Bradley

Anna Spain Bradley Delivers Keynote at Colorado Bar Association's Alternative Dispute Resolution Conference

Nov. 1, 2019

On Friday, Nov. 1, Professor Anna Spain Bradley delivered the keynote address at the 13th annual Colorado Bar Association’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Conference in Denver. Her talk, " 8 Billion and Rising: Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in a Global World ," addressed how current and future global trends will influence...

Helen Norton

Holding Government Speech Accountable: Professor Norton Publishes Book on Government Speech and the Constitution

Oct. 24, 2019

Constitutional law tends to focus on the rules that apply to what the government does—like the rules that apply to the laws that the government enacts to the government’s taxes and the government’s decisions to arrest and imprison. What’s less clear are the constitutional rules that apply to what the government says. In her new book, The Government’s Speech and the Constitution, constitutional law scholar and Professor Helen Norton investigates the variety and abundance of government speech.

Anna Spain Bradley

Professor Spain Bradley Delivers Keynote at Federal Administrative Law Judges Conference

Oct. 11, 2019

On Sept. 25, Professor Anna Spain Bradley delivered the keynote address at the annual Federal Administrative Law Judges Conference in Westminster, Colorado. Her presentation focused on understanding judicial behavior and decision-making through insights about human cognition and neuroscience, building off her 2018 article " The Disruptive Neuroscience of Judicial Choice...

U.S. Supreme Court

Faculty Available for Comment on 2019 Supreme Court Cases

Oct. 7, 2019

The U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing oral arguments for the fall term on Monday, Oct. 7. Colorado Law faculty are available for media interviews on upcoming cases in front of the Court.

Helen Norton

Professor Norton to Present Paper at University of Chicago Symposium

Oct. 2, 2019

Helen Norton, professor and Ira C. Rothgerber, Jr. Chair in Constitutional Law, will present her paper, "Discrimination and the Speech That Enables It," at an Oct. 25 symposium at the University of Chicago titled "What’s the Harm? The Future of the First Amendment."

Anna Spain Bradley

Race in America: Professor Spain Bradley Discusses the Definition of Racism on CU's Brainwaves Podcast

Sept. 25, 2019

How do you define racism? What impact does that have on the law? Professor Anna Spain Bradley was a guest on the University of Colorado Boulder's Brainwaves podcast.

Ming H. Chen

More Than 700,000 Citizenship Applications Backlogged as Application Wait Times Double, Report Coauthored by Professor Chen Finds

Sept. 12, 2019

People applying for U.S. citizenship have seen application wait times double since 2016, according to a new report from the Colorado State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights prepared in part by University of Colorado Law School faculty and students.

Margot Kaminski

Professor Kaminski Recognized With Provost's Faculty Achievement Award

Sept. 6, 2019

The University of Colorado Law School congratulates Associate Professor Margot Kaminski for receiving the Provost's Faculty Achievement Award for her work on artificial intelligence (AI), data privacy, and human decision making.

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