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FFA Event Boasts Female Judges

If you asked Marcus Arelius, whose credentials include Ancient Roman emperor and Late Stoic philosopher: “Time is sort of river of passing events – aye, a rushing torrent.” With that in mind, members of the Faculty of Federal Advocates are hosting its first ever forum, with a nod toward fluid dynamics and its metaphorical relationship with time, called “Currents, Eddies and Whirlpools: a Discussion on the Flow of Life and Practice of Law.” The event is slated for Oct. 24 from 1-4:30 p.m. at the Embassy Suites Hotell at 1420 Stout St.

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Appellate Court To Hear Oral Arguments At Central High School

The Colorado Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in two cases on Oct. 16 at Central High School before an audience of students. The public also is invited to attend.

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632 Pass July Bar Exam

LAW WEEK COLORADO Those who took the most recent bar exam need only hold their breath long enough to click this link. The results for the July 2014 Colorado bar exam were posted this morning by the Colorado Supreme Court. Of the 848 who took the exam, 632 passed, a passage rate of 75 percent. The […]

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CU Law Launches Corporate Counsel Training Program

LAW WEEK COLORADO The University of Colorado Law School announced today it will host its first Corporate Counsel Intensive Institute (CCII) January 5–9, 2015, at the Wolf Law Building in Boulder, Colorado. CCII is a one-week course designed to immerse prospective or new in-house counsel in the best practices of being an effective and strategic […]

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Colorado Law Adds Four Faculty Members

LAW WEEK COLORADO The University of Colorado Law School announced today that four professors have joined the faculty. Kristelia García specializes in intellectual property; David Hasen researches complex income tax issues; Sharon Jacobs’ work focuses on energy, environmental and administrative law; and Audrey Huang brings experience in clinical education and environmental law. García graduated from […]

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Charles Sweet Appointed To CU University Counsel

LAW WEEK COLORADO University of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano today announced the appointment of Charles Sweet as vice chancellor and managing senior associate university counsel for the CU-Boulder campus. The appointment is effective Sept. 1. Sweet has served as vice president and university counsel for the CU System from 1994 to 2007. Before that, […]

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Firms Offer Nontraditional Entry To Law

By David Goldberg, Greenberg Traurig As graduating law school students across the country look for employment, many may find that jobs in the legal field are not as plentiful as before the recession. Some newly licensed lawyers in search of positions at large law firms applied to a new residency program launched by Greenberg Traurig last […]

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ACC Colorado Launches Corporate In-House Fellowship Program

LAW WEEK COLORADO The Colorado chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel is launching the ACC Colorado Corporate In-house Fellowship Program in conjunction with Colorado’s two law schools: the University of Colorado Law School and the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. According to an ACC press release, the organization is offering the in-house […]

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