Jonathan Skinner-Thompson

Environmental Lawyer Jonathan Skinner-Thompson Joins Clinical Faculty

Aug. 1, 2020

Environmental attorney Jonathan Skinner-Thompson, who previously worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice, has joined the University of Colorado Law School faculty as an associate clinical professor and director of the Getches-Green Natural Resources and Environmental Law Clinic.

Sonny Flowers

In Memoriam: Sonny Flowers ('71), Prominent Boulder Attorney and Champion for Diversity

July 30, 2020

The University of Colorado Law School community mourns the loss of W. Harold "Sonny" Flowers Jr. ('71), a prominent Boulder attorney known for his perseverance and efforts to make CU Boulder and Colorado Law more inclusive.

Dean S. James Anaya

From Dean Anaya: My Commitment to Confront Racism and Advance Representation in the Legal Profession

July 21, 2020

A comprehensive new initiative launched by Dean Anaya will confront racism and its persistent effects around us and advance the representation and genuine welcoming of Black people and other marginalized groups within the University of Colorado Law School community and the legal profession.

Carla Fredericks

How Colorado Law Professor Carla Fredericks Helped Change Washington's Football Mascot

July 14, 2020

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.

Mini Law School

Upcoming Season of Mini Law School to Cover Impacts of the 2020 Election

July 13, 2020

The University of Colorado Law School's popular Mini Law School returns for its ninth season this fall with a brand-new curriculum that examines voting rights, election law, and the impacts of the 2020 election.

Silicon Flatirons, Startup Colorado to Launch Policy Academy for Rural Entrepreneurs

Silicon Flatirons, Startup Colorado to Launch Policy Academy for Rural Entrepreneurs

July 9, 2020

A collaborative group comprising the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado Law School, Startup Colorado, and the Telluride Foundation recently received an $85,000 grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation to enable the development and execution of a three-day entrepreneurial policy academy.

Dean S. James Anaya

Meaningful Change Requires Recognizing Racism's Pervasiveness, Dean S. James Anaya Writes in Denver Post

June 29, 2020

In a guest commentary published in the Denver Post, Dean Anaya writes that the moment we are living calls our leaders, and all of us, to a heightened awareness of racism’s pervasiveness, and to a renewed commitment to the country’s founding promise of justice and equality for all.

Public service at Colorado Law

Called to Service

June 25, 2020

University of Colorado Law School students reflect on their experiences engaging in public service work during law school.

Suzette Malveaux

State Laws Needed to Overcome 'Blue Wall of Silence' Among Police Officers, Suzette Malveaux Argues in Washington Post

June 24, 2020

Professor Suzette Malveaux

Professor Suzette Malveaux Testifies in Support of Colorado Police Accountability Bill

June 12, 2020

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.

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