1. University of Colorado Law School
This school was established in 1892. The law school is located on the Boulder campus of the University of Colorado. The school has high admission standards, a relatively small student body, and a favorable faculty-to-student ratio. It assures a stimulating and challenging academic environment that encourages class participation and interaction with faculty. The school is a member of the AALS. It is ABA approved.
2. University of Denver Sturm College of Law
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law was established in 1892. It trains students for successful careers as legal practitioners. The school offers a variety of challenging and exciting courses. It provides experiential learning opportunities through a student law office, internships with law firms, and clerkships with judges.