Andrew Hartman has been named coordinator of the University of Colorado at Boulder Law School's new Schaden Experiential Learning Program. Hartman has spent nearly 20 years in private practice and 10 years as a Colorado Law adjunct faculty member.
"We are thrilled to have Andy as the first program coordinator. Our Experiential Learning Program is now officially under way," said Dean David H. Getches. "This program is building linkages with faculty involved in experiential education and those doing traditional classroom teaching. In addition to giving greater coherence to our practical curriculum, the program instills the legal profession's ideal of service to society and meeting the needs of underserved people."
Hartman has helped clients in various intellectual property, litigation and transactional matters in Colorado and around the nation, including Facebook, eBay, IZZE Beverage and Coach leather goods. He was a partner at Cooley Godward Kronish LLP, a leading technology and emerging company law practice. Previously, he was an associate and partner at Reed Smith/Sachnoff & Weaver in Chicago. He has taught trademark, unfair competition (false advertising) and copyright law classes at Colorado Law since 2001.
Hartman has provided pro bono legal assistance to the Boulder Community Foundation, Moving to End Sexual Assault, the University of Colorado, the Dairy Center for the Performing Arts and the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation.