Tag:University Of Colorado Law School

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.

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.

10th Circuit Clears Path for Major Water Rule Rollback

Colorado is no longer protected from the Trump administration’s effort to constrict the reach of the nation’s principal water pollution law after the 10th...

Biden Administration Expected to Bring Change to Environmental Policy

Joe Biden's EPA will face a daunting task in restoring the nation’s system of environmental regulation and confronting a climate crisis.

New Law Grads Get Opportunity for Transactional Training

A New York-based legal training firm has completed its first offering of an experiential learning program for new graduates of Colorado’s two law schools...

CU Brings in Environmental Clinical Professor

JonathanSkinner-Thompson joined the University of Colorado Law School this year as its only new faculty member. Appointed as associate clinical professor, Skinner-Thompson has already...

Stevens Lecture Takes a Global Perspective on the Law

The annual John Paul Stevens Lecture at the University of Colorado Law School, held online this year, featured a pioneering South African jurist who...

CU Law Implements Multifaceted Anti-Racism Initiative

National attention on racial justice brought on by deaths of Black people at the hands of law enforcement has prompted calls for systemic change...

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