Colorado Gov. Jared Polis has big plans for the 2023-24 budget including investing in safety, protecting the environment and education.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Oct. 31 on two education-related cases connected to universities and the use of race in the admissions process.
The College of Commercial Arbitrators has opened registration for a new mentorship program focused on diversity.
The Colorado Court of Appeals published four opinions on May 26, including if a private school has tort duties to investigate and punish claims of sexual misconduct by students.
Republican lawmakers announced their legislative priorities for 2022 on Wednesday, including public safety and education bills.
Corporate Counsel Insight
Denver’s CLI collected resumes from diverse law school students around America, offering options to tell their story and showing a willingness to come to Colorado.
The Supreme Court ruled in late June that public schools have little authority to regulate teenagers’ off campus social media posts.
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