Helen Norton

Norton to Present at National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars

Jan. 30, 2019

Helen Norton, professor and Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Chair in Constitutional Law, will present a chapter of her forthcoming book, The Government’s Speech and the Constitution, at the National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars in Tucson, Arizona, March 9-10.


Dean Anaya to Present at Spring Meeting of American College of Trial Lawyers

Jan. 23, 2019

On March 1, Dean and University Distinguished Professor S. James Anaya will present on "The Power of Ideas: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples" at the 2019 Spring Meeting of the American College of Trial Lawyers


García to Host Annual Content Conference on Intersection of IP and Gender

Jan. 14, 2019

Associate Professor Kristelia García will host a conference at Colorado Law titled "It’s a Barbie World: Intellectual Property, Rights of Publicity, and the Gender Wars," focused on the intersection of intellectual property and gender. The conference, held in partnership with the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship, will feature two leading experts on intellectual property law: Orly Lobel, author of You Don’t Own Me: How Mattel v. MGA Entertainment Exposed Barbie’s Dark Side, and Jennifer Rothman, author of The Right of Publicity: Privacy Reimagined for a Public World.


García Presents Paper at Texas Law

Dec. 14, 2018

Associate Professor Kristelia García presented her work-in-progress, "A Reconsideration of Copyright’s Term," at the University of Texas Law School’s Intellectual Property, Science & Technology Workshop.

Suzette Malveaux

Malveaux Argues in Defense of Nationwide Injunctions at National Association of Attorneys General Meeting

Nov. 28, 2018

Professor Suzette Malveaux argued in defense of nationwide injunctions as a panelist at the 2018 National Association of Attorneys General Fall Meeting. The panel, moderated by District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine, debated the wisdom and propriety of controversial nationwide injunctions.

Escalante National Monument

Krakoff, Squillace File Amicus Briefs in Utah Monument Litigation Cases

Nov. 19, 2018

Professors Sarah Krakoff and Mark Squillace each submitted law professor amicus briefs challenging the Trump administration's actions to shrink Bears Ears National Monument and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, respectively.

Sarah Krakoff

Krakoff Teaches Course on Indigenous Peoples' Rights in Rome

Nov. 7, 2018

Moses Lasky Professor of Law Sarah Krakoff taught a monthlong course on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the United States at Sapienza University of Rome in Italy in October 2018. The class was part of an international master’s program that taught 90 students from countries around the world including...

Kristen Carpenter

Carpenter Serves as Panelist at National Congress of American Indians Annual Convention

Nov. 7, 2018

Professor Kristen Carpenter presented at the National Congress of American Indians' 75th annual Convention and Marketplace, held Oct. 21-26, 2018, in Denver. She participated in the "International Advocacy to Protect Tribal Sovereignty" panel, where she spoke about her work as a member of the U.N.'s Expert Mechanism on the Rights...

Harry Surden

Surden to Present at 2019 Georgia State University Law Review Symposium

Oct. 31, 2018

Associate Professor Harry Surden will present at the 2019 Georgia State University Law Review Symposium, Legal Intelligence Through Artificial Intelligence, on April 5, 2019.

Margot Kaminski

Kaminski Speaks on Several Panels, Named to List of 'Brilliant Women in AI Ethics'

Oct. 31, 2018

Associate Professor Margot Kaminski spoke on a panel about how the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affects U.S. businesses at an event hosted by the Privacy Foundation at the University of Denver Law School Oct. 26. On Nov. 9, she will share her expertise on a panel at...