Colorado Attorneys for the Arts Work to Protect and Assist Colorado’s Creative Industries
For creatives, artists and musicians, organizations like CAFTA are vital to access legal educational materials and resources.
Proposed Rule on Foreign-Educated Attorneys Gets Second Hearing as Justices Consider Revisions
The Colorado Supreme Court is considering a proposed rule that would make it easier for foreign-educated attorneys to practice in Colorado.
Law School Debt Delays Life Milestones, According to Survey
A new survey reveals law school debt has caused many borrowers to delay life milestones and detour away from careers in public service.
CU Law’s Spencer Gives Insights on History of Voting Rights in U.S., Part Two
Law Week talked to Doug Spencer about the Voting Rights Act in a two-part discussion on a recent Supreme Court ruling.
Doug Spencer, Newly Appointed CU Law Professor, Discusses SCOTUS Voting Rights Decision
Law Week talked recently with Doug Spencer, a new addition to the University of Colorado Law School’s faculty, about the high court’s July 1 decision in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee.
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.
Colorado Plans for Remote July Bar Exam
Colorado held its first-ever remotely administered bar exam in February, and for bar administrators, the exam worked well enough to be repeated in July....