The 1992 film starring Joe Pesci and Marisa Tomei served as the basis of Tuesday’s CLE session at the University of Colorado South Denver, titled “Litigation: A Long Story Made Short.”
A lot has changed in the legal fi eld over the past 70 years, and Holland & Hart has strived to constantly adapt.
Entrepreneurial students from CU entered the “shark tank” on Thursday when they pitched ideas for governmental innovation to some of Denver and Colorado’s biggest public sector leaders.
The Civil Practice Clinic at CU Law School took on the case of a man from Djibouti seeking asylum in the U.S.
Law Week gathered a group of attorneys specializing in pro bono work for its second quarter roundtable.
Dr. Tasha Eurich, an organizational psychologist and researcher, delivered a speech June 27 for the Davis Graham & Stubbs Women’s Network in Denver.
In his 11 years with Wills for Heroes, a nonprofit that partners with law firms around the U.S. to provide free estate planning to police officers, EMTs, military servicepeople and other first responders, President Dan McKenna has heard from those who have seen a lot.
A team from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law’s Civil Rights Clinic and the Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center is one of four national finalists for Public Justice’s Trial Lawyer of the Year award.