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Denver City Council awards $140,000 to settle excessive force claim

By: Mon, Dec 7, 2015

The Denver City Council awarded $140,000 on Monday to a woman who sued the city's police department over a claim of excessive force. City Council...

Annual Seminar: Adapting to changes in construction and government contract laws
Annual Seminar: Adapting to changes in construction and government contract laws

By: - Thu, Oct 8, 2015

Construction and government contract law are constantly changing fields, and companies cannot rely on the same principles and practices without...

CU Law launches one-year degree in patent law
CU Law launches one-year degree in patent law

By: - Fri, May 29, 2015

The way clients access legal services is changing. In today’s world, there is a range of opportunities for professionals with legal training short of a...

Law students fill need for legal resources in southern Colorado
Law students fill need for legal resources in southern Colorado

By: - Fri, May 29, 2015

It is a long drive, approximately five hours, following the mountains south, through Colorado Springs, and beyond the reaches of the sprawling Front...

DU Sturm College of Law offers Legal Studies degree ideal for nonlawyers
DU Sturm College of Law offers Legal Studies degree ideal for nonlawyers

By: - Fri, May 29, 2015

Learning the law can be an empowering and fulfilling exercise, and for some, obtaining a Juris Doctor (JD) is the answer. But for non-lawyers who wish...

‎The Rector Scale: Lawyers give voice to social unrest, suffering
‎The Rector Scale: Lawyers give voice to social unrest, suffering

By: - Fri, May 29, 2015

So, you say you know a lawyer? And you joke that he is rich, lives in a large house, charges $400 an hour, cares only about his 401(k), and makes his...

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