Tag:U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado

U.S. District Judge Kato Crews Sworn Into Office on Jan. 12

U.S. District Judge Kato Crews was sworn into office Jan. 12 by Chief Judge Philip Brimmer.

Firms Announce New Partners, New Appointments to the 2nd, 4th and 18th Judicial Districts

Firms announced new partners, plus new appointments were made to the 2nd, 4th and 18th Judicial Districts and more.

Local Firms Announce New Partners; 17th Judicial District Nominates Three Candidates

Local firms announced new partners, the 17th Judicial District Nominating Commission announced three candidates and more.

Federal Pro Se Clinic Launches Pilot Program for Colorado Prisoners

A clinic for people representing themselves in Colorado’s federal court has plans to expand its reach to serve incarcerated litigants.

Suit Hopes to Overturn Colorado Law Against ‘Sidewalk Counseling’ Outside Abortion Clinics

The lawsuit hopes to overturn a 2000 U.S. Supreme Court decision that upheld the same Colorado law it is challenging.

Senate Holds Vote and Hearing for Colorado Federal Court Nominees

Judge Gordon Gallagher was confirmed by a majority of the Senate and Judge Kato Crews was questioned by the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Civil Pro Bono Panel Releases Annual Report

In its annual report, the Colorado Civil Pro Bono Panel shared perspectives from attorneys alongside data from pro bono cases in 2022.

10th Circuit Returns for First Oral Arguments of 2023

Next week, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals returns for oral arguments in cases around immigration law, compelled arbitration and more.