Tag:University Of Colorado Law School

Law Schools Drop U.S. News Rankings Participation, CU and DU Will Stay

Law schools are reassessing their relationships with U.S. News’ rankings but Colorado’s schools don’t plan to drop from them any time soon.

11th Annual John Paul Stevens Lecture Spotlights Tribal Justice Systems

Angela Riley, chief justice of the Supreme Court of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma, spoke about tribal justice systems, their future and more.

CU Law School Panel Reflects on SCOTUS Term

A panel reflected on the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2021 term and its impacts on the law, appellate practice and society.

Amie Stepanovich Resigns as Executive Director at CU’s Silicon Flatirons

Brad Bernthal will serve as the interim executive director of Silicon Flatirons, replacing Amie Stepanovich.

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.

CU Law Students Review CBI Cases for Potential Exoneration

CU Law’s Korey Wise Innocence Project has partnered with the CBI to review 51 cases that used hair microscopy evidence.

Nearly 20 Years Later, Denver Murder Case Gets Fresh Eyes

Hal Hebert has been appealing his murder conviction and life sentence for decades. In addition to challenging a trial witness who was later convicted of serial murders, Hebert asserts his counsel was ineffective.

Part 2: Charles Wilkinson, Beloved Longtime CU Law Professor, Marks 50 Years as Leading “Law of the West” Practitioner, Scholar and Teacher

Part 2: Charles Wilkinson, a University of Colorado Law School faculty member since 1987, celebrates 50 years as a leading practitioner, scholar and teacher of federal Indian law, natural resources law, and water law in 2021.