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Colorado Amici: Local Perspectives on SCOTUS’ 303 Creative v. Elenis

With over 50 amicus briefs so far, 303 Creative v. Elenis has attracted national attention over its potential impacts.

Big Decisions: Rise of the Conservative Majority on the Supreme Court

During the United States Supreme Court’s recently concluded term, the nation saw major changes on keystone issues such as reproductive rights, environmental regulation, First Amendment rights, guns and more.

Supreme Court Expands State Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country

Charlene Koski, a litigator at Van Ness Feldman, explains the recent SCOTUS ruling in Oklahoma v. Castro Huerta in this opinion article.

U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Connected With Airline Worker Leads to More Questions in Gig Economy

The U.S. Supreme Court sided with a ramp supervisor seeking overtime compensation from Southwest Airlines, bringing arbitration requirements into question for other gig jobs.

SCOTUS Officials Meet With AG About Judicial Security

After a draft opinion was leaked and confirmed real earlier this month, SCOTUS officials are asking for more security for justices.

Leaked Draft Opinion Suggests SCOTUS is Set to Overturn Roe v. Wade

The U.S. Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to a draft opinion leaked on Monday.

The Trailblazer Behind the Trailblazer Award

There aren’t many Colorado lawyers who haven’t heard of Mary Lathrop — her legal career paved the way for thousands of women to follow in the profession.

SCOTUS Grants Cert to Colorado Web Designer’s First Amendment Appeal of the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act

The appeal brought by a website designer asks the court to settle unanswered questions from another Colorado case, Masterpiece Cakeshop.