Portraits of Professors Chin, Jacobs, and Nevelow Mart in front of grey background

Departing Faculty

March 25, 2022

At the end of the spring semester, three of our extraordinary faculty will depart Colorado Law for their next exciting chapters. Here, we are pleased to celebrate their many achievements and wish them our very best.

Ming Hsu Chen: Colorado’s Refugee Resettlement and Assistance Agencies Prepare for Life After the Trump Administration | Boulder Daily Camera

March 1, 2021

Ming Hsu Chen: “We Can Come Out of This Shadow”: Colorado Immigrants Look to Biden’s Proposed Policies for Certainty | The Denver Post

Feb. 16, 2021

Ming Hsu Chen: Trump’s New Citizenship Test More Difficult, Tilts in a Conservative Direction | LMTonline

Jan. 10, 2021

Ming Hsu Chen: Trump's New Citizenship Test More Difficult, Tilts in A Conservative Direction | San Francisco Chronicle

Jan. 2, 2021

Ming Hsu Chen: CU Professors Take to Virtual Stage Dec. 5 at TEDx MileHigh | CU Boulder Today

Dec. 3, 2020

Ming Hsu Chen: Ming Hsu Chen on Citizenship and Immigrant Integration | TEDxMileHigh

Nov. 20, 2020

Ming Hsu Chen: Podcast: By The Skin Of Their Teeth | KUNC

Sept. 14, 2020

Today on Colorado Edition: We hear about conservation efforts keeping species from extinction. We’ll also learn about a fish mystery on the South Platte River and how nude fine art models are making their way in a virtual world. Lastly, we’ll talk with the author of a new book about...

Ming Hsu Chen: College International Student Enrollments Plunge | Axios

Sept. 12, 2020

Ming Hsu Chen: Citizenship In The ‘Enforcement Era’; Hospitals, Pain, & Cannabis | Colorado Public Radio News

Sept. 8, 2020