Luke Ewing, Lindsey Knapton, Caroline Ncube, and Gabrielle Daley

Clinics Impact Boulder County and Beyond in 2016-17

June 22, 2017

During the 2016-17 academic year, 126 student attorneys across the University of Colorado Law School’s nine clinics worked on more than 400 cases and projects, providing free legal services to many community members and groups who could not otherwise hire an attorney.

125th Anniversary Celebration

Reflecting on the Past 125 Years, Looking to the Future

June 15, 2017

On June 8, 2017, approximately 250 University of Colorado Law School alumni, friends, faculty, and staff gathered outside in the Gilbert Goldstein Courtyard of the Wolf Law Building to celebrate the last 125 years of Colorado Law.

Dean Jim Anaya, Sharon Jacobs, Aya Gruber, Justin Desautels-Stein

Desautels-Stein, Gruber, Jacobs Recognized for Scholarship

June 14, 2017

On May 20, 2017, Dean S. James Anaya presented three awards for outstanding faculty scholarship at the third annual Faculty Scholarship Retreat, held at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park.

Professor Peter Huang

Professor Huang’s Workshop Targets Stress, Anxiety in Legal Field

June 5, 2017

In a conference co-organized by Professor Peter H. Huang, law professors and scholars gathered at the University of Colorado Law School to examine how law students and lawyers can use creative techniques to manage high levels of anxiety and stress.

Professor Sarah Krakoff

Professor Krakoff Lends Expertise to Native American Geographies Exhibit

May 31, 2017

Professor Sarah Krakoff, an expert in Indian law and natural resources law, was asked to contribute to a new exhibit on campus by offering historical context to government-published maps and commentary on Indian land law throughout the centuries.

Alexia Brunet Marks

Food Law Workshop Highlights Colorado’s Innovations in the Field

May 23, 2017

The University of Colorado Law School's annual Boulder Summer Workshops series kicked off this week with the Colorado Food Law Faculty Workshop, where prominent scholars from across the nation had the opportunity to discuss current issues in food law and receive feedback on their research in the area.

Chen and Anaya

Professors Chapin and Chen Recognized With Calhoun Public Service Award

May 18, 2017

Associate Clinical Professor Violeta Chapin and Associate Professor Ming Chen received this year’s Clifford Calhoun Public Service Award, given annually to a faculty or staff member who contributes to the public service of the law school.

Professor Dayna Bowen Matthew with third-year Health Law students

Third-Year Health Law Students Advocate for Health, Environmental Justice

May 15, 2017

A team of third-year law students worked with attorneys from Earthjustice and the Sierra Club to advocate for residents of Denver’s Globeville and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods who will be affected by the proposed I-70 corridor expansion.

Organizers of the Name Change Clinic Deborah Cantrell, Jordan Blisk, Amanda Bauer, Colene Robinson, and Carrie Armknecht outside the Wolf Law Building

Students Organize Name Change Legal Clinic for Transgender Coloradans

April 25, 2017

Jordan Blisk (’18) and Amanda Bauer (’17) spearheaded a free clinic at Colorado Law that helped more than 25 transgender Coloradans start the name change process.

Abdulrahman Al Jaabari

Master of Studies in Law Alumnus Spotlight: Abdulrahman Al Jaabari

Abdulrahman Al Jaabari is proof that ethics and compliance careers are in demand across the globe. From Abu Dhabi to Boulder, Al Jaabari took his decade-long business career to the next level with a Master of Studies in Law degree in Ethics and Compliance from the University of Colorado Law...