Robert J. Dieter

This individual is no longer with Colorado Law.

Clinical Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Programs
Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Trial Advocacy; and Evidence

Curriculum Vitae:  View (PDF format)

Educational Background:
J.D.   University of Denver College of Law   1972  
B.A.   Yale University   1968  
Robert Dieter joined the faculty of the CU Law School in 1979 after spending several years as a deputy district attorney and in private practice. Since that time, he has focused his work at the Law School's Legal Aid Clinic. Professor Dieter is currently the Director of Clinical Programs and previously served in that position in 1984 to 1994. In 1996, the West Publishing Company published Professor Dieter's Colorado Criminal Practice and Procedure, a two-volume overview and analysis of state and federal criminal law in Colorado. A second edition was published in 2004. In 2000, Professor Dieter served as a Presidental Elector for the State of Colorado. In 2003, President Bush appointed Professor Dieter to the board of the Legal Services Corporation, which funds 163 legal aid programs around the nation to help low-income Americans gain equal access to the judicial system.

Current Professional Activities:
Member, Board of Directors, Legal Services Corporation, Washington DC (Chairman, Finance Committee)
Member, Executive Council, Criminal Law Section, Colorado Bar Association
Co-chair, Criminal Section, Boulder County Bar Association

Work in Progress:
Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions in Colorado.