Intensive course includes influential lineup of Colorado utilities sector leaders
July 18, 2011
Denver Law’s one-week intensive short course, Public Utilities Regulation, which concluded last week, included some of the utilities sector’s leading figures including the president of a major investor owned utility and a member of the Colorado Public Utilities Commission.
Prof. Jan Laitos to be featured speaker at Buenos Aires Mining Seminar
July 15, 2011
Jan Laitos, John A. Carver Jr. Professor of Law at Denver Law, will be the featured speaker next month at a prestigious seminar in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The event, “Current Trends in the Regulation on Cyanide and Open Pit Mining,” is being sponsored by one of the leading Latin American law firms Marval O’Farrell & Mairal.
Denver Law sponsors the 24th National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Industry Growth Forum
July 13, 2011
Denver Law has become affiliated as a sponsor for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s 24th Industry Growth Forum, to be held at the Grand Hyatt Denver in downtown Denver on November 8-11, 2011. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL) Industry Growth Forum is the United State’s premier event for emerging clean energy and energy efficiency technology start ups to gain exposure and feedback from venture capitalists, corporate investors, government agencies, and strategic partners.
Profile of Adjunct Professor Troy Eid
July 08, 2011
In the fall 2011 semester Denver Law will introduce an important new course, “Environmental Law, Energy & Natural Resources in Indian Country,” which will be taught by nationally recognized American Indian law expert Troy A. Eid.
University of Denver Water Law Review 2011 Symposium to be Held April 15; Registration Open
March 31, 2011
The University of Denver Water Law Review presents its 2011 Symposium on Friday, April 15. It is titled, “A Vision for the Future: Balancing Population Growth with Increasing Water Demand.” Please click here University of Denver Water Law Review presents its 2011 Symposium on Friday, April 15. It is titled, “A Vision for the Future: Balancing Population Growth with Increasing Water Demand.” for more information.
Former FERC Commissioner Sudeen Kelly Speaks at Sturm College of Law
March 29, 2011
Sudeen Kelly, an internationally-recognized energy industry expert and former Commissioner with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), spoke at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law on March 28, 2011. For more information, please click here.
Adam Massaro, Sturm College of Law 2010 JD Graduate, Wins ABA “Excellence in Writing Award”
March 24, 2011
Adam Massaro, University of Denver Sturm College of Law 2010 JD graduate, won an Excellence in Writing Award from the editors of ABA Probate & Property for his article, “Solar Power for Commercial Buildings,” that appeared in the January/February 2010 issue. Fore more information, please click here.
Adjunct Prof. William J. Brady to Speak at Intersol’2011 International Conference in Lyon, France
March 22, 2011
William J. Brady, an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and a shareholder and director at the Denver firm Grimshaw and Harring, has been asked to present at the prestigious Intersol’2011, an international conference in Lyon, France, March 28-31, on soils, sediment, and water. For more information, please click here.
The Rocky Mountain Energy Blog: Readily Accessible Expertise and Insight About Energy Issues
March 21, 2011
Anyone interested in following energy developments and challenges in the Rocky Mountain region — particularly Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming — should be sure to bookmark (or subscribe to) the Rocky Mountain Energy Blog, which identifies and tracks major developments and trends in the region. For more information, please click here.
Another Possible Consequence of Japan’s Nuclear Power Problems: The Rise of Coal?
March 19, 2011
The world has had only one week to digest the disturbing news about Japan’s nuclear power problems. And a week hardly makes a lifetime. But one thing is for sure — coal may be on the way back as a power generating fuel source. Click here to read more.