The Boulder Conference is a gathering of law librarians who meet to critique scholarly works-in-progress and to develop a pedagogy of legal research instruction. The conference has met annually since 2009. The first conference was held at the University of Colorado Law School's William A. Wise Law Library in Boulder, Colorado.

Duquesne Law Library began coordinating the Boulder Conference after the July 2022 conference in Boulder, CO. Details can be found in the Duquesne Scholarship Collection.

Boulder Statements


Browse the Boulder Conference on Legal Research and Education Collections:

2009 Conference (Boulder)

2010 Conference (Boulder)

2011 Conference (Drexel)

2012 Conference (Harvard)

2013 Conference (Seattle)

2014 Conference (San Antonio)

2015 Conference (Philadelphia)

2016 Conference (Chicago)

2017 Conference (Austin)

2018 Conference (Baltimore)

2019 Conference (Washington, D.C.)

2020 Conference (Virtual)

2021 Conference (Virtual)

2022 Conference (Boulder)