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Colorado Law Welcomes the Class of 2025

Sept. 6, 2022

On Tuesday, August 16, Colorado Law’s newest students got together in person for the very first time. The Class of 2025, made up of 12 LLMs, 11 MSLs, and 165 JD students, had the opportunity to eat, drink, and be merry at the Rayback Collective in beautiful Boulder. The next day, Orientation 2022 began in earnest.

Startup Summer participants

Startup Summer 2022

Sept. 6, 2022

This summer, Silicon Flatirons brought together students from across the nation to participate in the 11th iteration of Startup Summer.

Community members celebrating purchase of the park.

Clinic Helps Protect Local Mobile Home Park as Permanently Affordable Housing

Sept. 6, 2022

Colorado Law's Sustainable Community Development Clinic (SCDC) has formed a new non-profit to support residents of a Ft. Collins mobile home park in preserving the affordability of their homes.

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Getting to Know Prof. Jonathan Skinner-Thompson

Aug. 17, 2022

Jonathan Skinner-Thompson , who joined the Colorado Law clinical faculty in 2020, has transitioned from his role as associate clinical professor and director of the Getches-Green Natural Resources, Energy & Environmental Law Clinic to associate professor of law on the research faculty. He will continue to teach natural resources courses...

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Getting to Know Clinical Prof. Christina Stanton ‘15

Aug. 17, 2022

Colorado Law alumna Christina Stanton ’15 joins the faculty as an associate clinical professor and director of the American Indian Law Clinic. Stanton previously served as an adjunct professor at the law school, interim director of the American Indian Law Clinic, and director of operations at First Peoples Worldwide, an organization housed in the Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies at the University of Colorado.

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Getting to Know Prof. Michael Pappas

Aug. 16, 2022

Michael Pappas joins the Colorado Law faculty this fall. A preeminent voice in property, natural resource, and environmental law, his scholarship draws upon interdisciplinary influences associated with economics and political economy.

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Getting to Know Professor Amanda Parsons

July 13, 2022

This fall, Colorado Law will welcome Amanda Parsons to the faculty as associate professor of law. Most recently an academic fellow and lecturer in law at Columbia Law School, Parsons focuses her research on corporate and international taxation with a particular emphasis on the impact of digitalization on tax law...

Folks gather in the Wittemyer Courtroom for the first day of the GWC conference.

2026 May Be Too Late: GWC hosts 42nd Annual Conference on Natural Resources

July 13, 2022

The Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment hosted it’s 42nd Annual Conference on Natural Resources on Thursday, June 16 and Friday, June 17, 2022. The event, titled “2026 May Be Too Late: Hard Conversations About Really Complicated Issues” brought together a broad array of experts and diverse perspectives from across the region to candidly discuss the demand for water across the Colorado River Basin and the rapidly diminishing supply.

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Professors Colene Robinson and Violeta Chapin to Lead Clinical Program

June 27, 2022

The Colorado Law Clinical Program is welcoming new leadership for the 2022-23 academic year—Professors Colene Robinson and Violeta Chapin will serve as co-directors.

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Prof. Scott Skinner-Thompson Discusses Privacy in Constitutional Law for "The Conversation"

June 16, 2022

Almost all American adults — including parents, medical patients and people who are sexually active — regularly exercise their right to privacy, even if they don't know it.