judicial performance assessments

Judicial Performance Evaluations Released for 2018

On Tuesday, the Colorado Office for Judicial Performance Evaluation released the judicial performance evaluations of 123 trial judges and five appellate judges who are...

Sexual Misconduct: Anatomy of an Outside Investigation

In ideal circumstances, companies have a culture where sexual misconduct doesn’t happen at all. When that’s not the case, the next best situation would be...

Masterpiece Cakeshop Owner Begins New Legal Fight

Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips has a renewed legal battle with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. In a case filed Aug. 14 in the...
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IAALS Releases Report on Judicial Discipline

“A wholly effective system with no transparency and no public confidence will not suffice,” said a recent report on judicial discipline from the Institute...

NLRB Rethinking Stance on Employee Email Use

The National Labor Relations Board now has another Obama-era decision in its crosshairs — this one dealing with restrictions that employers may lawfully impose...

What’s on the Ballot?

7 Initiative petitions submitted •4 statutory •2 constitutional •1 statutory and constitutional 4 Initiative petitions canceled from legislature 6 active legislative concurrent resolutions Initiative 97: Oil & Gas Development Setback...

Cards on the Table for Sports Betting in Colorado

Since the U.S. Supreme Court released an opinion May 14 in Murphy v. NCAA to legalize sports gambling nationwide, several states have begun grappling...

DU Law School to Offer New Class Focused on Well-Being

Just a year after an American Bar Association report on well-being recommended law schools increase their focus on the topic, the University of Denver...

CU Law School Starts New Human Rights Program

CU Law School Dean James Anaya has written a few books and several articles on human rights and indigenous peoples, partly through his role...

Working for the Weekend

Bruce Smith, dean of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, knew the conversation might be an uncomfortable one to have so early...