24th Annual Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference
The 24th Annual Rothgerber Conference offered attendees the opportunity to recognize the contributions of Colorado Law Professor Robert Nagel to constitutional scholarship over the course of his career. The Law Review will publish essays and full-length articles from the Conference in Issue 2 of Volume 88. For more information, visit the Byron R. White Center’s website.
Colorado Law Review Alumni Networking Event
On February 10, 2016, Sherman & Howard L.L.C. hosted the annual Colorado Law Review Alumni Networking Event, which brought alumni and current members together for food, drinks, and fun! This annual event gives current members the opportunity to rub shoulders with the distinguished University of Colorado Law Review alumni community. It is also a great way for alumni to visit with old friends and to make new acquaintances. For more information about this event, please check out our latest Alumni Newsletter.
23rd Annual Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference
The Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference on Constitutional Law is an annual Byron R. White Center event that brings scholars from across the country to Colorado Law for a discussion on a current constitutional issue.
The 23rd Annual Rothgerber Conference, held in October 2015, focused on the distinguished career and scholarship of our very own Law Review Faculty Advisor, Harold Bruff. The Conference, titled “Presidential Interpretation of the Constitution,” explored the themes raised in Professor Bruff’s recent book, Untrodden Ground: How Presidents Interpret the Constitution.
The Law Review published speeches, essays, and full-length articles from Professor Bruff and the Conference presenters in the Fall 2016 Issue of Volume 87.
Second Annual Rocky Mountain Lecture Series
The lecturer was Professor John Nagle, the John N. Matthews Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame Law School. He presented his fascinating article, “How National Park Law Really Works,” which appeared in Issue 3 of Volume 86.
First Annual Rocky Mountain Lecture Series
The lecturer was Professor Brad Greenberg, the Intellectual Property Fellow for the Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts at Columbia Law School. He presented his article, “Copyright Trolls and Presumptively Fair Uses,” which appeared in Issue 1 of Volume 85.