SCOTUS to Hear New Questions in Biden Student Loan Forgiveness Challenge
The U.S. Supreme Court Monday agreed to hear a legal challenge to the Biden administration’s plans to forgive federal student loans.
Politics Play a Role in Judicial Diversity, Panel Says
A panel of speakers hosted by the ABA discussed the history, hurdles and current state of diversity on the bench.
Digital Asset Executive Order Opens Door for Responsible Development and Regulation of Blockchain Technology
KO Law Firm attorney Logan DeSouza explains how a recent executive order on blockchain tech and digital assets may impact Coloradans and future state and federal regulations.
Biden’s SCOTUS Commision Releases Findings
The report takes a middle-line stance on all the reforms but did note “bi-partisan support” for 18-year term limits.
Former State AG Gale Norton Joins 17 Former AGs in Support of “Keep Nine” Amendment
Gale Norton, Colorado’s first female attorney general, joined 17 other former state AGs in a letter supporting the “Keep Nine” Amendment which would cap the number of Supreme Court justices at nine.
Want to Help in Pro Bono Immigration Cases? Immigrant Experts Offer Guidance in Upcoming CLE
The Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network and other immigration law experts will offer a CLE training on pro bono immigration work.
As Biden Looks to Diversify the Bench, Party Politics Could Play a Hand in Confirmations
President Joe Biden has promised to add diversity to the federal bench with his 80 seats to fill but long-term impacts remain to be seen.
Corporate Counsel Insight
Unprecedented Ouster at NLRB a Sign of Things to Come
It has been a dramatic few weeks at the National Labor Relations Board. On his first day in office, President Joe Biden fired Trump-appointed...
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