University of Denver

Events

April, 2016

April 11
Denver, Colorado

February, 2016

Creating the Just, Speedy, and Inexpensive Courts of Tomorrow
February 25 to February 26
IAALS' Fourth Civil Justice Reform Summit focused on implementing change and creating the just, speedy, and inexpensive courts of tomorrow.
February 04 to February 05
Denver, Colorado

January, 2016

Recent Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: What They Mean for Your Practice
January 27
Presented by Judge David G. Campbell, U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, former Chair of the Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

November, 2015

November 12 to November 13
In November 2015, IAALS held a convening of thought leaders from a cross-section of the family law bar, and who are representative of the practice and broader community, to leverage the bar's expertise to better serve clients and their children.

October, 2015

Denver, Colorado
October 15
Chicago, Illinois
4th Annual Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers Conference
October 01 to October 03
At the 4th Annual Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Conference, we debuted survey results from our Foundations for Practice project, following a survey of attorneys nationwide to identify the foundations entry-level lawyers need for practice.

September, 2015

September 29
"Beyond Recommendations for Reform: Implementation and Culture Change" with Magistrate Judge Craig B. Schaffer, U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, and Judge Jerome B. Abrams, First Judicial District of Minnesota. Held in Denver, Colorado.
Denver, Colorado

August, 2015

August 20 to August 21
Denver, Colorado
August 14 to August 15
Lawyers providing personal legal services cover a wide spectrum and are all subject to changes beyond their control. The 20th century model of providing legal services is in question with lawyers facing both pressures and opportunities to change. This conference looked at that business model, looked at the potential for change, and set out a course to assure that legal services are vital moving forward.