Apply for STLA Board!

STLA is seeking new board membership for 2017-2018 for the following positions: Director of Judges, Director of Coaches, Director of Teams, and Board Members at Large. Please submit a cover letter and resume explaining which position(s) you are interested in. Sign ups are available on STLA’s TWEN page!

For more information, contact:

Chelsea Moore at or 303-638-6336

Sponsored by Student Trial Lawyers Association

Free Chair Massage

Chair Massage
Wednesday, April 5th
11:00am – 2:00pm
Reflection Room – 314

Cookie (CMT, LMT) from the Healing Hands Wellness Center will be in the building to offer FREE chair massages to our students.

Please reserve your session ahead of time by signing up in Suite 235!

Questions? Contact Student Affairs.

Chair massages are sponsored by Student Affairs

For more information, contact:

Amanda Williams at

Sponsored by Student Affairs

Somali Community Center of Colorado

The Somali Community Center of Colorado is seeking volunteers! Please contact for more information.

Areas of Need:
-Grant Writing
-Study Partners
-Youth Mentors
-Assistance With Job Applications
-Literacy Training

For more information, contact:

Joe Henriksen at

Meet Mike Johnston

Join the DU Law Dems on Wednesday, April 5th in Room 270 at Noon to meet Mike Johnston, candidate for Governor. Ask questions and form your own opinions in advance of the Colorado gubernatorial race.

Pizza will be provided.

For more information, contact:

Kaylee Moore at

Sponsored by DU Law Democrats

Inns of Court Memberships Program

The CDO invites you to learn about Inns of Court and how law students may apply for memberships. A panel of Denver-area Inns of Court representatives will discuss their Inn and their membership applications. This program will be on April 5th at noon in Room 170. Food will be provided! For more information and to RSVP, please see the CDO blog, Denver Law Career Connection.

For more information, contact:

John McKee at or 303.871.6124

Sponsored by Career Development and Opportunities

New CDO Walk-In Hours!

To better serve student needs, we are instituting new walk-in hours! Every counselor will have designated walk-in hours where you can feel free to come in and ask anything. Walk-ins are considered a question that will take about five to ten minutes to answer. We’ve noticed students have had a lot of quick questions and we want to be as available as possible to answer them! Please see the CDO blog, Denver Law Career Connection, for more information and specific hours!

For more information, contact:

Lindsey Vargas at or 303-871-6124

Sponsored by Career Development and Opportunities

Child Advocacy Practicum Information Session

Learn about the Child Advocacy Practicum, a specialty externship program that offers a 2 credit substantive law seminar taught by a practicing youth lawyer and a corresponding externship within the child welfare field. Placement options will include GAL offices, city/county attorney offices, and more. Information session will be held on April 6 at noon in Room 270. If you have questions, please contact

For more information, contact:

Leann Steele at or 303-871-6486

Sponsored by Legal Externship Program

Cesar Chavez Social Justice Week

Please join DU Law ACLU Chapter this week for our annual Cesar Chavez Social Justice Week. Lunch speakers will focus on various local and global social justice topics on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. See flyer for more details!

For more information, contact:

Ali Heinen at

Sponsored by DU Law ACLU Chapter

Focused Advising Meetings

March Is Advising Month at Denver Law

This week…

Monday March 27 in Room 270

  • Noon: So you want to be a Marijuana Law lawyer
  • 12:30: So you want to be a Healthcare lawyer

Tuesday March 28 in Room 270

  • Noon: So you want to be a Family Law lawyer
  • 12:30: So you want to be a Prosecutor

Wednesday March 29 in Room 270

  • Noon: So you want to be a Business lawyer
  • 12:30: So you want to be a Civil Rights lawyer

For more information, contact:

Randy Wagner at

2017 Denver Law Pipeline Conference Friday March 31 in Room 165

It is time again for Denver Law’s Annual Pipeline Conference! This year’s theme is: Muslim Bans, Border Walls and America’s Promise of Equality: Why Laws (and a Law Degree) Matter. The conference will begin with Professor Sahar Aziz’ Keynote Address “Guarding the Guardians: Lawyers at the Frontlines of Social Justice.” The morning will conclude with a roundtable discussion on “What Does Resistance Look Like?.” The audience will hear from leading activists and scholars, including Denver attorneys Edgar Barraza and Christina Brown and Professors César Cuauhtémoc GarcÍa Hernández, Beto Juárez, Vinay Harpalani, and Fatma Marouf. The afternoon program will include a mock law school class and panels on the mechanics of how to prepare for and apply to law school. English/Spanish simultaneous translation will be available.

Hope you can join us Friday March 31 in Room 165. Drop in at your convenience. And please say hi to the undergraduate, high school and middle school students in our building for the conference. They are here because they are interested in law school!

For more information, contact:

Randy Wagner at

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