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CU Lecture Details Sedition Act and an Early Transition of Power in U.S. History

A constitutional scholar presented the story of the Sedition Act and the transition of power between the second and third presidents.
Regina Rodriguez testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee

Senate Judiciary Committee Advances Regina Rodriguez Nomination

The Senate Judiciary Committee on May 20 approved the nomination of Regina Rodriguez, a WilmerHale partner, as a federal district judge.
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CLI Event Marks Anniversary of George Floyd Murder

CLI held a talk to mark the anniversary of the murder of George Floyd and reflect on the Black Lives Matter movement.

New Programs Aim to Continue Progress in Diversifying the Bench

The Colorado Judicial Department is taking the lead in new projects aimed at improving diversity on the bench.
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Denver Cold Cases See Some Progress but Overall Trends Concern Some Experts

Roughly 60% of cold cases in Denver include nonwhite victims, a head-scratching statistic in a city where less than 20% are people of color.
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Secretary of Interior Speaks at CU Law Webinar

Interior Secretary Deb Haaland and U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse recently discussed Biden administration natural resources policies.
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Colorado Whistleblowers Ask for EPA Intervention at Commerce City Power Plant

State employee whistleblowers are asking the EPA administrator to reexamine an emissions permit granted to a power plant north of Denver.

Biden Nominates Veronica Rossman for 10th Circuit Seat

President Joe Biden announced Wednesday that he has nominated...
Lolita Buckner Inniss

Lolita Buckner Inniss Prepares to Join CU Law as Dean

CU Law School will welcome Lolita Buckner Inniss as its newest leader on July 1, taking over for Dean James Anaya.
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In-Person Legal Services at Immigrant Detention Center Halted by Outbreak

A recent COVID-19 outbreak in the detained population at the Aurora Contract Detention Facility has caused legal service providers to halt plans to reenter the facility

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