The Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference on Constitutional Law is an annual Byron R. White Center event that brings scholars and lawyers from across the nation to the University of Colorado Law School for a discussion on a current Constitutional law issue. Topics have included the future of national injunctions, listeners’ First Amendment rights, litigation strategies that promote Constitutional change, and Presidential interpretation of the Constitution.

2019 Rothgerber Conference

Suzette Malveaux

White Center Director Suzette Malveaux presents at the 2019 Rothgerber Conference

Weiser

Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser

Hausman

David Hausman, Esq., ACLU

Copeland

Charlton Copeland (University of Miami School of Law)

Question

Zachary D. Clopton (Cornell Law School)

group

Ahmed White (University of Colorado Law School), Portia Pedro (Boston University School of Law), and Howard Wasserman (Florida International University College of Law)

Hannah Regan-Smith

Hannah Regan-Smith ('19), editor-in-chief of the University of Colorado Law Review

group

Professor Suzette Malveaux and Colorado Law students

Rothberger scholars together for a hike in Boulder

Rothberger scholars together for a hike in Boulder

Michael Morley speaking at the 27th Annual Conference

Michael Morley of FSU Law speaking at the 27th Annual Conference

Ahmed White

Ahmed White (Colorado Law)

Alan Trammell

Alan Trammel of Arkansas Law 

Panelists with Colorado Law Dean James Anaya

Panelists with Colorado Law Dean James Anaya

Panelists at Dinner

Doug Rendelman, Alan Trammel, and Howard Wasserman

Doug Rendleman of Washington and Lee School of Law

Doug Rendleman of Washington and Lee School of Law

Mila Sohoni of San Diego Law

Mila Sohoni of San Diego Law

Panelists

Panelists of the 27th Annual Rothgerber Conference

Portia Pedro of BU Law

Portia Pedro of BU Law

Panelist Zachary Clopton of Cornell

Panelist Zachary Clopton of Cornell

The 27th Annual Rothgerber Conference took place Friday, April 5, 2019, and was open to the public. This year's conference focused on the topic, "National Injunctions: What Does the Future Hold?", and featured an exciting panel of diverse scholars, with remarks by Phil Weiser, Colorado Attorney General; and Professor Suzette Malveaux, University of Colorado Law School.   

See the full conference agenda