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.”
The new school year at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law will bring a fresh crop of students and along with them, new classes and projects to stretch their legal wings.
New course offerings at the University of Colorado Boulder law school for the upcoming academic year give students the opportunity to branch out into specialty focuses such asfood law, poverty law, race in international law, intellectual property and disability rights.
Colorado is in the midst of revamping its requirements for continuing legal education, and the state legal community at large now has a chance to weigh in.
As part of the POLITICO: Playbook Exchange event series, Gov. John Hickenlooper spoke with correspondents Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer Tuesday evening on local Colorado issues that intersect at the national level in Washington.
A recently proposed rule from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services provides changes to guidelines for implementing the quality-focused payment programs created under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015.
The work of three years of law school and months of studying culminated early in the morning July 25 for 737 hopefuls at Colorado’s bar exam.
Michael King, a shareholder at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, was elected president of the Denver Public Library Commission. King has long been a contributing member...
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.