The History Behind the 14th Amendment’s Insurrection Clause

The history behind the clause at the center of the Supreme Court case that could keep former President Donald Trump off of the Colorado primary ballot.
Rocky Mountain National park, a lake with mountains behind it

The Litigious History of Commercial Transportation in Rocky Mountain National Park

A years long legal battle over commercial transportation and jurisdiction in Rocky Mountain National Park made it all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Jerry Mikkelson

1987 Cold Case Victim Gets 2023 ID

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation on Nov. 8 announced a victim identification in a 1987 cold case homicide in Jackson County.

Colorado Bar Association Begins in 1897

The Colorado Bar Association was founded in 1897.

Phi Delta Delta Women’s Legal Fraternity Hosts Convention in Colorado in 1926

The Phi Delta Delta Women’s Legal Fraternity hosted a convention in the summer of 1926 in Colorado.

AG Convention Held in Denver in 1908

A convention of attorneys general was held in August 1908 in Denver.

First Death Penalty Case in Colorado Was in 1859

The first death penalty case in Colorado happened in 1859.

Rehabilitation Act Celebrates 50 Years

The 50th anniversary of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 was reflected upon by the U.S. Justice Department Sept. 26. 

A Brief History of License Requirements

Law Week takes a look back at the history behind legal licensing.
Steamboat Springs is nestled at the base of large hills with green trees in the foreground giving small glimpses at buildings that look like condos.

A Brief History of a 1980 Steamboat Springs Easement Dispute

In 1980, Steamboat Springs was sued by two condo associations for closing an intersection.