Sheila K. Hyatt
B.A., 1971, Miami University (Ohio)
J.D., 1974, Washington University (St. Louis)
Sheila Hyatt teaches in the areas of Civil Procedure, Evidence and Trial Practice. She has co-authored a two-volume treatise on Colorado Civil Procedure and the Colorado Handbook on Colorado Evidence law and is a member of the Colorado Supreme Court’s Evidence Rules Advisory Committee. She is member of the faculty of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, and serves as a member of the Hearing Commission for the Presiding Disciplinary Judge in the Colorado Supreme Court’s Office of Attorney Regulation. She taught Gender and Law for many years and is a recipient of the Colorado Women’s Bar Association Mary Lathrop Trailblazer Award. In addition to serving as the Associate Dean of the College of Law from 1995-1998, she has been active in the College of Law’s moot court program.
- Colorado Evidence Law, Vol. 23, Colorado Practice Series, Thomson Reuters (supplemented to December 2011).
- Colorado Handbook on Evidence, co-authored with Stephen Hess, 2011-2012 edition, Vol. 22, Colorado Practice Series, Thomson Reuters (December 2011).
- Colorado Civil Rules Annotated, co-authored with Stephen Hess, Vols. 4 and 5, Colorado Practice Series, Thomson Reuters (supplemented to September 2011).
- West's Colorado Practice Series, Colorado Civil Rules Annotated, with Author's Commentary, co-authored with with Stephen Hess, 4 Colo. Prac., Civil Rules Annotated 2005-2008.
- Developments in Scientific Evidence: The Admissibility of Polygraph Evidence, 18 Journal of the Nat'l Assoc. of Administrative Law Judges 171 (1998).