The Institute for Transnational Arbitration, a division of The Center for American and International Law, announced the appointment of University of Colorado Law School Professor Anna Spain Bradley to its prestigious Academic Council.
Carla Fredericks, associate professor of law and director of the American Indian Law Clinic, helped organize a campaign to change the name of Washington, D.C.’s NFL team, which announced July 13 it will change its name and logo.
On June 10, University of Colorado Law School Provost Professor of Civil Rights Law Suzette Malveaux testified before the Colorado House Finance Committee in support of a bill promoting measures to enhance police accountability and integrity.
Fifty law professors gathered by University of Colorado Law School Professor and lead author Craig Konnoth signed an amicus brief that was submitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit in a Colorado antidiscrimination case. The professors were drawn from every state in the Tenth Circuit.
In a new book, Colorado Law Professor Aya Gruber, a prominent scholar of criminal law, criminal procedure, critical theory, and feminism, argues that zero-tolerance anti-violence law and policy have exacerbated the American carceral state.
On Feb. 24, University of Colorado Law School Provost Professor of Law Suzette Malveaux testified before the Colorado Senate Judiciary Committee in support of the CROWN Act of 2020. The CROWN Act ("Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair Act of 2020") addresses discrimination on the basis of hair, a particularly pernicious form of race discrimination against African-American women and girls.
University of Colorado Law School Moses Lasky Professor of Law Sarah Krakoff provided testimony before the House Natural Resources Committee Subcommittee on Indigenous Peoples of the United States during an oversight hearing titled "Destroying Sacred Sites and Erasing Tribal Cultures: The Trump Administration’s Construction of the Border Wall."
Margot E. Kaminski, associate professor of law at the University of Colorado Law School, received the 10th Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers (PPM) Award from the Future of Privacy Forum. This award recognizes leading privacy scholarship that is relevant to policymakers in the U.S. Congress, at U.S. federal agencies, and for data protection authorities abroad.
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."