Intersectional Environmentalism Workshop

Colorado Law Faculty Host Annual Boulder Summer Workshop Series

Aug. 2, 2019

Several Colorado Law faculty members hosted workshops and conferences on campus this summer, convening top scholars to share innovative research on legal issues against the scenic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains.

Spain Bradley

Spain Bradley Delivers Keynote at Youth Council of Paraguay Conference

Aug. 2, 2019

In July, Professor Anna Spain Bradley delivered the keynote address to members of the Youth Council of Paraguay, where she spoke on the American legal system and democracy. More than 60 participants from every district in Paraguay attended as part of Public Policy Camp, a two-day conference. Her talk focused...

Malveaux at NPOC

Professors Malveaux, Konnoth Contribute to Fourth National People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference

July 25, 2019

On March 21-24, 2019, University of Colorado Law School Professor Suzette Malveaux and Associate Professor Craig Konnoth attended the Fourth National People of Color (NPOC) Legal Scholarship Conference , the largest gathering of legal scholars of color in history. Approximately 600 law professors and scholars from across the United States...

Participants of the 13th Annual Lutie Lytle Conference, including Deans and Associate Deans from law schools across the country, including the host, Dean Hari Osofsky of Penn State Law (center) and Professor Suzette Malveaux.

Malveaux Participates in 13th Annual Lutie A. Lytle Black Women Law Faculty Workshop and Writing Retreat at Penn State

July 16, 2019

Suzette Malveaux, Provost Professor of Civil Rights Law and Director of the Byron R. White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law , joined African-American women law professors from across the country for the 13th Annual Lutie A. Lytle Black Women Law Faculty Workshop and Writing Retreat , held...

Anaya

Colorado Law Faculty, Alumni Build Connections in Mexico City

June 27, 2019

A CU Boulder delegation comprising University of Colorado Law School Dean S. James Anaya, Associate Professor Brad Bernthal ('01), CU Global Ambassador Alan Heath ('68), and representatives from the Chancellor’s Office and schools of education and business, headed to Mexico City June 3-8 to explore opportunities for collaboration in academic programs, student exchanges, internships, executive and continuing education, and constituent engagement.

Anaya

Dean Anaya Elected to American Philosophical Society

June 18, 2019

Aya Gruber: Why Is Defining Consent So Difficult? (American Law Institute)

June 4, 2019

Podcast: Consent is a concept at the center of criminal law and sexual assault. So, why is it so difficult to accurately define? Sexual assault laws have evolved from requiring the victim to resist toward requiring consent. However, "consent" is defined in many ways. In this episode, two experts on the topic, Criminal Law Professor Aya Gruber and AEquitas Co-Founder and CEO Jennifer Long, discuss and debate the potential for success and failure of implementing an "affirmative consent" requirement, how we now understand that there is no expected behavior during or after a sexual assault, and how important is to treat every case individually.

Schwartz

Schwartz Speaks on Corporate Responsibility at Federalist Society Conference

May 9, 2019

Professor Andrew Schwartz spoke on "Corporate Responsibility: Maximizing Shareholder Benefit v. Social Justice" at the Federalist Society's Executive Branch Review Conference May 8 in Washington, D.C.

 Kristelia García

García to Moderate Panel at Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Law Institute

May 9, 2019

Associate Professor Kristelia García will moderate a panel presentation, "Content in a Multiplatform World and Related Legal Issues," with executives from HBO and AT&T at the 17th Annual Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Law Institute, May 30-31.

Explainable AI

Explainable Artificial Intelligence: Can We Hold Machines Accountable? A Q&A with Professors Surden and Kaminski

April 29, 2019

Harry Surden and Margot Kaminski, associate professors at the University of Colorado Law School, are leaders in exploring the future of AI and how technologies using computer-based decision making offer major prospects for breakthroughs in the law—and how those decisions are regulated. They are organizing a May 3 conference titled "Explainable Artificial Intelligence: Can We Hold Machines Accountable?"

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