At Denver Law, we are dedicated to providing transparent and accurate information regarding cost of attendance, conditional scholarships, and employment outcomes. In this section, you will be able to review information submitted to our accrediting body, the American Bar Association, in addition to even more detailed information. If you have any questions about the information in this section, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

These are very challenging times for students to attend law school, as well as for law schools and universities to demonstrate the value of the educational experience they offer. We welcome that challenge at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where we continue to make every effort to control costs while enhancing the learning experience of our students.

Our approach to addressing cost and value is informed by participation in the ongoing dialogue about the future of legal education. We are addressing value by, among other things, building a curriculum enriched by experiential learning, including clinical experiences, field placements and engaging course simulations that are often co-taught by expert practitioners. Most of our initiatives were the product of feedback we received from clients, practitioners and judges on the ways in which legal education needs to adapt. At Denver Law, we’re committed to making the changes necessary to improve value and create a sustainable model for producing the next generation of lawyers.