Mini Law School 2019 - In Person
Tuesdays (and one Thursday), September 10 - November 19
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire"
- William Butler Yeats
Mini Law School is an eight-week series educating non-lawyers about the law. It is designed to help people better understand some of the most interesting aspects of our legal system.
Taught by Colorado Law faculty, the Mini Law School explores a different area of the law each week. This year, we are exploring the various ways in which the law impacts our lives on a daily basis, now and in the future, with each professor selecting a different area of emphasis.
The schedule and list of topics appears below. There are no prerequisites for participation and no tests, homework, or reading assignments.
Mini Law School offers people three ways to take the course - in Boulder, via Livestream on your computer, or via recorded viewing on your computer and on your schedule.
This is the registration page for attending Mini Law School live, in-person, at the Colorado Law School campus in Boulder.
|Tuesday, September 10
|Tuesday, September 17
||Your Taxes After Tax Reform
|Tuesday September 24
||Service Animal, Emotional Support Animal, or Pet--What’s the Difference?
|Thursday, October 3
||Startup Scenes and Boulder
|Tuesday, October 29
|Tuesday, November 5
||Listeners and the First Amendment
|Tuesday, November 12
||Debunking Myths About Child Welfare
|Tuesday, November 19
||The Past, Present, and Future of Obamacare
For questions about the course, please contact us at:
Registration fee: $200 for eight sessions
Registrants must attend at least six of eight sessions to receive certificate of completion. No academic credit is given for participation.
Cancellations received before September 6 will receive a refund of class fees paid less $20.00 in transaction and registration fees.
Unfortunately, we cannot offer any refunds for cancellations received after September 6.