The announcement in December 2018 of a prominent national law firm’s new partner class drew ire…
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Colorado Judge Arrested on DUI Suspicion
Judicial discipline isn’t addressed until after a conviction
A second Colorado judge might be facing trouble for drinking and driving.
- FeaturesNewsPrint Edition
How Do Colorado’s Law Schools Stack Up on Value?
Research experts discuss what drives law school attendance choices
The importance of where someone chooses to get their law degree goes beyond how good the school looks on a résumé.
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Colorado to Consider ABA Anti-Harassment Rule
Two states have adopted analogous rules, but others remain wary
But now the Colorado Supreme Court’s Rules of Professional Conduct Standing Committee will consider adopting a rule addressing harassment and discrimination
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IAALS Announces Collaboration for New Research on Bar Exam
The new research builds on a previous lawyer competency study
As bar exam scores continue to drop, some are wondering whether the bar exam adequately tests the skills and knowledge that measure a graduate’s competency to actually practice law.
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Red Flag Legislation Back in the National Spotlight
Renewed debate highlights uncertainties for state courts to work out
Laws for extreme risk protection orders — nicknamed “red flag” laws — have returned to the national conversation after two mass shootings fewer than 24 hours apart on Aug. 3 and 4.
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Center for Legal Inclusiveness Hosts Annual Diversity Conference
Sessions discuss how diversity impacts workplaces and law schools
To educate people in the legal profession about what makes diversity efforts meaningful, the Center for Legal Inclusiveness hosted a diversity conference and career fair July 29
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Operations Challenges for Marijuana Businesses Get Attention in Congress
Senate committee holds hearing on lack of access to banking
The Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs on July 23 held a hearing about the dearth of banking services available to marijuana businesses