Tag:University of Colorado

Report: Colorado Business Leaders Remain Pessimistic About Economy

Business leaders remain pessimistic ahead of the third quarter of 2023, according to the Leeds Business Confidence Index.

University of Colorado Law School Professor Claims Discrimination, Retaliation in Lawsuit

A University of Colorado Law School professor is accusing the school of underpaying him based on his race and retaliating against him.

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 Korey Wise Innocence Project Continues Work Helping Those in Need

In May, Colorado’s Korey Wise Innocence Project announced its client Jason Hogan was released from prison.

Economic Report: Job Growth Slows, Business Filings Increase in Colorado

A new report for the first quarter of 2023 indicates the labor market is slowing down in Colorado, while more people are filing to form businesses.

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.

SCOTUS Decisions Could Have Major Impact on Schools in Colorado

During the U.S. Supreme Court’s last session controversial opinions were released that could reshape how schools operate.

2022 Top Women: Ruchi Kapoor

Ruchi Kapoor shares her legal journey, from patents to appellate work, and passion for social justice as one of Law Week's 2022 Top Women.