Tag:Law school

IAALS, LSAC Launch Foundations 2.0, Addressing a Post-COVID Legal Profession Undergoing Fundamental Shifts

In a major update to its 2014 Foundations for Practice project, IAALS partnered with LSAC on Foundations 2.0.

Contractors at Three Colorado Agencies Could Soon be Eligible for Student Loan Forgiveness

Colorado House Bill 24-1374 would make contractors with three state judicial agencies eligible for the federal public service loan forgiveness program.

Project Ganesha Aims to Help Women, Diverse Associates Thrive in Private Practice

Project Ganesha, launched in late 2023 by Miko Brown, provides playbooks, mentoring and coaching to help women and diverse associates grow and thrive in private practice.

2024 Top Litigators: Tyrone Glover

Tyrone Glover has already built two storied careers in law and MMA, and there’s still more to come from his legal one.

Yegge Scholars Continue Legacy More than 50 Years Later

The legacy of Robert Yegge, a former dean at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, continues to live on through scholarship.

Being a Law Student at Age 60: Student at the University of Colorado Law School Speaks About Experience

Going back to school can be daunting for anyone, but Douglas Beltman just completed his first year at law school at a nontraditional age.

Colorado’s Law School… Yes We Can! Continues Work Helping Underrepresented Students

Founded in 2014, the Law School… Yes We Can! program in Colorado continues as a gateway to help get more diverse students in the legal field.

Colorado Law School Enrollment: A Deep Data Dive

Recently both Colorado law schools released data concerning enrollment for first-year students — and Law Week took a deep dive into all of it.