No matter where you roam CU will always be home. Return to the place you became a Law Buff during Homecoming, November 7 - 9!
To register for events during Homecoming & Reunion Weekend, click here.
Friday, November 8*
12:00 p.m. - Golden Buffalo Lunch, for classes of 1968 and earlier.
3:30 p.m. - The John ('74) and Katherine Rosenbloom Endowed Lectureship Series This exciting panel discussion is presented in partnership with the Conference on World Affairs. CLE credits have been requested. This in-depth panel discussion will be moderated by Dean S. James Anaya will moderate a discussion of the role of civil and human rights in countries’ surveillance efforts. (2 General CLE Credits)
Armed with new technologies, countries throughout the world have increasingly sought to monitor the behavior of their citizens and the citizens of other countries. What is the current technological capacity of governments to conduct surveillance? How does this enhanced capacity potentially infringe upon accepted norms of privacy? What challenges does it raise with respect to international law?
Presented in conjunction with the University of Colorado’s Conference of World Affairs, this 1.5 hour moderated panel discussion will look at current surveillance efforts in the U.S. and abroad and how these efforts affect civil and human rights. Aimed at increasing the professional competence of attorneys working in the area of civil rights and international law, the panel will discuss the considerations that drive public policy making in this area.
Our panelists include: Kara Frederick, is the Associate Fellow for the Technology and National Security Program at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). Dr. Keith Guzik is an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado at Denver. Dr. Guzik's areas of concentration include criminology, law and society, science & technology studies, sociological theory, and qualitative methods. Amie Stepanovich is the Executive Director at Silicon Flatirons. She is a nationally recognized expert in domestic surveillance, cybersecurity, and privacy law. Paul Mozur is a New York Times Journalist a technology reporter based in Shanghai (who will participate via video).
5:00 p.m. - Dean's Homecoming Reception
6:30 p.m. - Class Reunion Events (various locations)
In 2019, classes ending in "4" and "9" are celebrating reunions. (The Class of 2009 is holding their event on Family Weekend on October 5.) See your class page for event details and to register.
PARKING INFORMATION: Parking is FREE in lots 470 and 402, adjacent to the Wolf Law building, with a permit. Law Student Ambassadors will be distributing permits starting at 3:00 p.m. at the entrance to the parking lots. Permits are not needed if you arrive after 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, November 9*
Saturday schedule and game time will be announced in October.
Ethics CLE Presentation "Regulating the Practice of Law in Colorado and what the future may hold," presented by David Stark ('73), Retired Partner Faegre Baker Daniels
(2 Ethics CLE Credits)
Professor David Stark will present information on the legal profession as it is changing at an ever-increasing rate with new, disruptive, and sometimes radical proposals arriving in our inboxes every day. These changes include calls for more Professionalism, Access to Justice for low and middle-income Americans, Proactive Management-based Regulation, Non-lawyers providing limited legal services, the Well-being crisis for practicing lawyers, and the woeful lack of Diversity and Inclusion in our profession.
As the Chair of the Supreme Court Attorney Regulation Advisory Committee, he has seen our system rise to the top and become the “gold standard” for attorney regulation systems across the country. The Law profession now faces many new challenges and unexpected stakeholders and competitors. How will we meet those challenges and address the changes about to overtake our profession?
Professor Stark will share a description of our current attorney regulation system and some insight into what the future may hold for our profession.
Law Buffs BBQ
Homecoming Football Game (Folsom Field)
Colorado Buffaloes vs.Stanford Cardinal
Visit www.colorado.edu/homecoming/gameday to purchase football tickets.
PARKING INFORMATION: Please click here to read about game day parking considerations. There is a $30 fee to park on campus on Saturday.
*All events are at the Wolf Law Building, unless otherwise noted. All events at the Law School are free.
Many thanks to John ('74) and Katherine Rosenbloom, the Conference on World Affairs, and the Colorado Bar Association CLE for their generous support of Colorado Law Homecoming & Reunion Weekend events.
For information about other Homecoming events happening on the Boulder Campus, and to plan your trip to Boulder, please visit www.colorado.edu/homecoming.
If you have questions about Colorado Law's Homecoming events, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-492-8048.