The new school year at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law will bring a fresh crop of students and along with them, new classes and projects to stretch their legal wings.
New course offerings at the University of Colorado Boulder law school for the upcoming academic year give students the opportunity to branch out into specialty focuses such asfood law, poverty law, race in international law, intellectual property and disability rights.
Colorado is in the midst of revamping its requirements for continuing legal education, and the state legal community at large now has a chance to weigh in.
Entrepreneurial students from CU entered the “shark tank” on Thursday when they pitched ideas for governmental innovation to some of Denver and Colorado’s biggest public sector leaders.
On behalf of Gov. John Hickenlooper, Jacki Cooper Melmed, chief legal counsel for the governor, officially declared June 8, 2017 “125th Anniversary of University of Colorado Law School” day.
For second-year law student Jane Rugg, finding legal courses focused specifically on her chosen path of health care law can be a challenge. Traditional...
Ken Fellman, a local government attorney and partner with the Denver-based Kissinger & Fellman, was selected as a fellow of the Silicon Flatirons program,...
There’s a changing of the guard at the Colorado Bar Association CLE, with outgoing executive director Gary Abrams being replaced by Vince O’Brien, a lawyer, legal educator, firefighter and EMT.
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law announced Tuesday that professor J. Robert Brown, Jr., director of the law school’s corporate and commercial...
Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the first Latina to be appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, will give the University of Colorado Law School's fifth John Paul Stevens Lecture Sept. 2.