Tag:Boulder

SCOTUS Decisions Could Have Major Impact on Schools in Colorado

During the U.S. Supreme Court’s last session controversial opinions were released that could reshape how schools operate.

Tech Firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati’s New Boulder Office Will Bring International Expertise to Colorado Life Science Clients

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati will open its first Colorado location, bringing a network of legal knowledge to local life science clients.

Wilson Sonsini Comes to Colorado, Jason St. Julien Recognized With Davis Award

International firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati will open its first Colorado location, plus updates to courts across the state.

City of Boulder Drops State Appeal in Gun Rights Case: Municipalities Prevented From Enacting Weapons Ban

The City of Boulder dismissed its own appeal on a case which overturned the city’s assault weapons and magazines ban, Chambers v. Boulder.

Voting rights: a fundamental right worth protecting?

CU Associate Professor of Law Doug Spencer discussed how the right to vote is being infringed upon in a virtual event on Monday.

New Trustees at Legal Aid Foundation, Gilbert Román Selected as Court of Appeals Chief-Judge Designate

Holland & Hart and Davis Graham & Stubbs add attorneys, Gilbert Román appointed to Chief-Judge designate for Court of Appeals and Myka Landry appointed to 13th JD.

Climate Change Case to Impact Others Questioning Oil Company Liability

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Dec. 19 in case that could affect climate change lawsuits filed by local governments nationwide

Denver DA and Public Defender Offices Join Forces for Restorative Justice

In what’s been called an “uncommon” partnership, a prosecutor and a criminal defender are working together to promote a process that’s been said to...