Phil Weiser is the 39th Attorney General of Colorado. As the state’s chief legal officer, Attorney General Weiser is committed to protecting the people of Colorado, defending the rule of law, and building a Department of Law that serves all Coloradans effectively. Public Service is one of Weiser’s core values. Previously, Weiser served as a Professor of Law and Dean of the University of Colorado Law School, where he founded the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship. Weiser served in senior leadership positions in the Obama administration, and was appointed to serve as a Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the U.S. Department of Justice and as Senior Advisor for Technology and Innovation at the White House’s National Economic Council. Earlier in his career, Weiser co-chaired the Colorado Innovation Council and served in President Bill Clinton’s Department of Justice. After graduating law school, he worked in Denver for Judge David Ebel on the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and held two clerkships at the United States Supreme Court, for Justices Byron White and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Attorney General Weiser lives in Denver with his wife Dr. Heidi Wald, and their two children.
Phil’s talk is preceded by a land acknowledgment given by Jan Iron, president of the Northern Colorado Intertribal Powwow Association.
Thanks to Larry Chapman from Fort Collins Video (https://www.ftcvideo.com/) for recording this talk.