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Colorado Law Celebrates the Fourth Annual BIPOC Cord Ceremony

April 1, 2024

This year marks the fourth annual BIPOC Cord Ceremony. This ceremony serves as an important way for Colorado Law to recognize the achievements of graduating Black, Indigenous, and other students of color. A relatively new addition to the commencement celebrations at Colorado Law, the event has grown into a cherished tradition. What makes this tradition particularly unique, however, is that it was created by a student, Larrisa Alire ’23, during her time as a 1L.

Commencement

Stellar Employment Outcomes for Class of 2023

April 1, 2024

Since 1892, Colorado Law has provided students with a top-notch legal education, preparing them to enter the workforce with the skills, confidence, and expertise needed to make an impact. Every year, employers across the state and nation are impressed with our graduating class, and the past few years have been especially inspiring. We spoke with Todd Rogers, Assistant Dean for Career Development, about our graduates’ recent successes.

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Colorado Law Democrats revive annual Law School Talent Show

March 28, 2024

This past month, Colorado Law Democrats and the Class of 2025 officers hosted a talent show, reviving a treasured tradition among Law Buffs who took part in and attended similar talent shows in their law school days. Staff, faculty, and students gathered in Schaden Commons to witness the varied skills of the law school community.

Oliver Skelly

Oliver Skelly '25 Named Inaugural 2024 Conscience Bay Company Western Water Policy Fellow

March 25, 2024

University of Colorado Law School student Oliver Skelly ’25 is this year’s inaugural Conscience Bay Company Western Water Policy Fellow.

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Mariah Bowman '25 Named 2024-2025 Colorado Law Wyss Scholar

March 20, 2024

Mariah Bowman ’25 has been named the 2024-2025 Colorado Law Wyss Scholar in U.S. Lands Conservation. Bowman, a J.D. candidate, is Colorado Law’s seventh Wyss Scholar.

Leap Day Trivia Night Fundraiser for the Class of 2024 Class Gift

Feb. 7, 2024

On February 29 from 6 - 8 pm (MT) the Class of 2024 Class Officers are bringing back the most competitive competition Colorado Law has ever seen: trivia night!

WoCC Organization Gathering

Student Organization Spotlight: Womxn of Color Collective (WoCC)

Feb. 5, 2024

Colorado Law is home to nearly 50 active student organizations. These organizations are a phenomenal way for law students to increase their knowledge, gain leadership experience, network and collaborate with the legal community, and build connections with classmates that will last through their careers and beyond. In this series, we...

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The University of Colorado Law Review publishes Issue 1 of Vol. 95

Feb. 5, 2024

Issue 1 of Volume 95 of the University of Colorado Law Review is now available online! The articles in this issue touch on what it means to be human: analyzing the intersection of law with beauty, race, the marketplace, data privacy, immigration, labor, and AI.

Natives Vote Initiative

Empowering Native Voices: The Natives Vote Initiative

Dec. 6, 2023

The Natives Vote team, a collaborative effort including the American Indian Law Clinic at Colorado Law, First Peoples Worldwide, IllumiNative and Native Organizers Alliance, was launched to address the unique challenges faced by Native communities in exercising their right to vote.

Malorie Stick

Malorie Stick ’26 to serve as National NALSA Community Task Force Member

Nov. 15, 2023

Last week, the National Native American Law Student Association (NNALSA) announced this year’s Community Task Force. Colorado Law 1L Malorie Stick was one of three students selected.

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