This week on “Hearsay,” we talk with CU Law Dean Phil Weiser and Denver attorney Anna-Liisa Mullis about a fundraising challenge for the law School. Weiser also speaks about the law school’s new entrepreneurialism course. Finally, Denver family law attorney Ryann Peyton discusses how Colorado’s new civil union’s law reshapes same-sex relationships.
On this week’s show we talk about Amendment 64’s effect on employers’ drug policies with Holli Hartman, of Baker Hostetler, and Kimberlie Ryan, of the Ryan Law Firm. We also talk to Denver attorney Tim Eirich about a big supreme court victory for Colorado foster parents.
This week on Hearsay we talk to Denver attorney Natalie Sullivan about the challenges of winning a wrongful termination case based on racial discrimination. We also speak with John Baker, director of Colorado’s new attorney mentoring program, about the state of professionalism in the legal community.