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ICYMI: Faculty Publications and Notable Mentions

July 25, 2022

Catch up on the latest faculty publications and media mentions with this weekly round up, provided by the extraordinary Wise Law Library.


30th Annual Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference Explores ‘The Legacy of U.S. Slavery’

April 18, 2022

Scholars, lawyers, community leaders, students and activists from across the country gathered on April 8, 2022 for the University of Colorado Law School’s 30th Annual Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference: Looking Back to Move Forward: Exploring the Legacy of U.S. Slavery.

Suzette Malveaux: Suzette Malveaux, Law Professor at CU says she supports the SCOTUS Nominee | KOA News Radio

March 27, 2022

Headshot of Professor Suzette Malveaux with stylized image Wolf Law building in background

Suzette Malveaux Awarded Moses Lasky Professorship

Jan. 19, 2022

Colorado Law Professor Suzette Malveaux has been named Moses Lasky Professor of Law, one of the school’s highest faculty distinctions.

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Stevens Lecture Showcases Sixth Circuit Judge Bernice Donald

Oct. 29, 2021

Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the 2021 John Paul Stevens Lecture took place on October 19 virtually and in-person at the University of Colorado Law School. The Honorable Bernice B. Donald of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit spoke on defining the “Rule of Law.”

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Suzette Malveaux Honored with LGBTQ Advocacy Award

Sept. 28, 2021

On Sept. 18, University of Colorado Law School Professor Suzette Malveaux and her partner, Catherine Smith, accepted the Gerald A. Gerash Advocacy Award presented by The Center on Colfax at the center’s 45th anniversary gala. The award honors those who demonstrate a history of advocacy for the LGBTQ community.

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Survivors of the Tulsa Massacre Deserve a Day in Court, Not Just Symbolic Justice, Argues Professor Suzette Malveaux

June 4, 2021

"Justice is timeless — or at least it should be when government commits the most egregious atrocities against its own citizens," wrote Professor Suzette Malveaux, who represented survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, in an opinion piece in the Washington Post.

Suzette Malveaux: Video: Suzette Malveaux on Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors Seeking Justice | BNC News

June 3, 2021

Suzette Malveaux: Opinion: Acknowledging the Tulsa Massacre Isn’t Enough. There Must Be Legal Culpability. | The Washington Post

June 2, 2021

Suzette Malveaux: Biden Commemorates 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre | U.S. News & World Report

June 1, 2021