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EPA Administrator To Speak At CU Law

Recently appointed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy and Colorado Sen. Mark Udall will discuss President Obama’s Climate Action Plan at the University of Colorado Law School on Wednesday.

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BA-To-JD Program Designed To Offer Low-Cost Law Degree

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO DU’s Sturm College of Law is taking another step to address concerns about the traditional law school system with a six-year BA to JD program. The announcement came six weeks after another announcement that the law school will add experiential curriculum to the law program, DU’s attempt to put more […]

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Panel Will Provide Positive Outlook For Profession

By Meg Satrom, Esq., Editor, LAW WEEK COLORADO If you were to glance at recent headlines in legal publications, ours included, you might think the profession is beyond repair, headed toward its own demise. From law schools failing to prepare practice-ready graduates to the all-consuming billable hour to the profession’s inability to retain top talent, […]

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In Trial: The Art Is In The Story

It was their hands that he couldn’t get over. They were rough and weather beaten, and they told John Mooy a story about Terry Nichols’ parents that he couldn’t forget.

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New Lawyers Take Oath Of Admission

On Tuesday, 275 new lawyers joined Colorado’s legal community. The Colorado Supreme Court held a special session at the Boettcher Concert Hall in Denver for a swearing-in ceremony of all who passed the February bar exam.

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Professor, Students Enter Fracking Fray

If you’re Mike Harris, it’s hard to hand over a case on one of the biggest environmental issues facing Colorado.

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Justice Crowns Judicial Center

Camryn Torres, not pictured, didn’t get the chance to ask one of the nation’s most powerful women to name her favorite superhero.

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CU Law To Dedicate New Clinical Facilities

The facilities will be named after Laura Hill and Robert Hill, a 1970 graduate who founded Hill & Robbins who said he was drawn to the clinics because they’re “providing an advocate for those who might not otherwise have one.”

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