Tag:CU Law School

CU Law School Students Uphold Public Service Program Pledge to Serve Community

The University of Colorado Law School's public service pledge involves students in volunteer public sector work.

Nearly 20 Years Later, Denver Murder Case Gets Fresh Eyes

Hal Hebert has been appealing his murder conviction and life sentence for decades. In addition to challenging a trial witness who was later convicted of serial murders, Hebert asserts his counsel was ineffective.

CU Lecture Details Sedition Act and an Early Transition of Power in U.S. History

A constitutional scholar presented the story of the Sedition Act and the transition of power between the second and third presidents.

CU Law School Announces Alumni Award Recipients

CU Law School announced its 2020 Alumni Award recipients, to be recognized March 12. The award recipients are: Justice Nathan Coats, William Lee Knous Award. Colorado...

Colorado Judicial Institute Honors Five Jurists at Annual Dinner

If you ask former Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Nancy Rice, she and retiring Court of Appeals Chief Judge Alan Loeb have made the...

CU Law School Starts New Human Rights Program

CU Law School Dean James Anaya has written a few books and several articles on human rights and indigenous peoples, partly through his role...