Tag:Colorado Supreme Court

Colorado Supreme Court Clarifies Questions in Workers’ Comp Cases

A dissent in an April 12 Colorado Supreme Court opinion asks the legislature to clarify an issue within Colorado’s Workers’ Compensation Act

Colorado Supreme Court Considers New Rules on Foreign-Educated Attorneys

The state Supreme Court held a hearing on rule changes intended to make it easier for foreign-trained attorneys to practice in the state

Colorado Supreme Court Hears April Oral Arguments

The Colorado Supreme Court is hearing arguments about whether pole-camera surveillance constitutes a warrantless search

Bar Leaders Push for Equity Education Requirements

In light of a broader discussion across America about equity, and in the wake of allegations against the Colorado judicial branch, the Presidents’ Diversity...

Colorado Supreme Court Finds High-Speed Bill Reading Unconstitutional

The Colorado Supreme Court held that a high-speed bill reading during the General Assembly’s 2019 session didn’t comply with the Colorado Constitution.

Lawmakers Consider Legislation on Childhood Medical Bills

Plaintiffs’ attorneys want Colorado to abandon a common-law rule they say is antiquated and prevents children from recovering the cost of medical bills they...

Colorado Plans for Remote July Bar Exam

Colorado held its first-ever remotely administered bar exam in February, and for bar administrators, the exam worked well enough to be repeated in July....

Colorado Supreme Court Will Repeat Online Bar Exam in July

Colorado held its first-ever remotely administered bar exam in February, and for bar administrators, the exam worked well enough to be repeated in July....

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