Join us for Colorado Law Talks
Alumni, students, supporters, and community members are invited to the University of Colorado Law School's thought-provoking series, Colorado Law Talks. Featuring our faculty and other members of the Colorado Law community, each talk provides an opportunity to hear about the lecturers' current scholarship and to discuss the questions and ideas that motivate, influence, and shape their work.
The work of Colorado Law’s professors includes an extraordinary array of diverse projects—not just intriguing scholarship, but innovative teaching methods, and valuable contributions to communities beyond the law school. Colorado Law Talks allows us to share some of these projects with you, providing an important opportunity for Colorado Law and the legal community to engage with ideas and with one another.
Colorado Law Talks are held several times each semester at various locations in Denver and are open to the public.
Upcoming Colorado Law Talks
Armistice in the War on Cannabis—Where We Are and Need to Go
Professor Richard Collins
Wednesday, April 24
Vincente Sederberg LLC (455 Sherman Street, Suite 390, Denver, CO)
Colorado was first to allow the sale of recreational marijuana to adults. The plan was based on an analogy to alcohol regulation, but five years in, we are still a long way from a match with alcohol laws. Federal regulation is a big reason why, but Colorado can do more. Will this year's legislative session move us closer? Join us for the second lecture of the 2019 Colorado Law Talks series, where Professor Collins will discuss all this and more.