The U.S. House Select Committee seeks documentation and records related to January 6 attack on U.S. Capitol
IAALS and the Hague Institute for Innovation of Law have partnered together to try to gather more empirical data about the justice needs of Americans in the current world which will be released Sept. 1.
As students return to colleges across the U.S., Colorado's two law schools are taking steps to ensure student safety on campus. These requirements and actions taken by the schools are not solely effective to the law schools, but apply to all students, staff and faculty on the campuses — regardless of seniority or grad program.
Civil Reserve Air Fleet, Infrequent Feature of U.S. Military Operations, Activated for Afghanistan Clearance
The Biden administration, in an effort to speed up evacuations from Afghanistan, invoked a rarely-used law that allows the government to enlist private aircraft.
The federal judiciary is urging Congress to include funds for courthouse security and the protection for the next fiscal year.
With rising cases, Congressional leaders debate adding new District Judges to courtrooms around the country.
A Jamaican national scammed an elderly woman from northern Colorado out of nearly $100,000 in a fake lottery scheme
An independent investigation is advised into the state Judicial Department for alleged sexual harassment and an improperly awarded contract.
A recent Supreme Court decision reaffirmed a long-standing intellectual property doctrine that bars inventors who turn over their patents to others from later claiming the patent is invalid.