Announcements

SCOTUS in Hillary’s Hands

Come join the DU Federalist Society, Professor Rick Duncan of Nebraska Law School, and DU’s very own Professor Ian Farrell for an invigorating discussion on the pros and cons of a Hillary Clinton Supreme Court and what an HRC SCOTUS would mean for the future of America and the Constitution.

Monday, September 12th
12 – 1pm
Sturm Law, Room 125

Lunch will be provided

For more information, contact:

Roderick ODorisio at roderickodorisio@gmail.com

Sponsored by The Federalist Society


1L Mock Trial sign up deadline Wednesday, Aug. 31st

The deadline to join Student Trial Lawyers Association is Wednesday, August 31st.

Interested Coaches email: Gjacobs11@gmail.com
Interested 1L Participants email: Speterson18@law.du.edu

For more information, contact:

Lindsey Peterson at Speterson18@law.du.edu

Sponsored by STLA


SCOTUS in Hillary’s Hands

Come join the DU Federalist Society, Professor Rick Duncan of Nebraska Law School, and DU’s very own Professor Ian Farrell for an invigorating discussion on the pros and cons of a Hillary Clinton Supreme Court and what an HRC SCOTUS would mean for the future of America and the Constitution.

Lunch will be served!

For more information, contact:

Roderick ODorisio at roderickodorisio@gmail.com

Sponsored by The Federalist Society


The Practice of Employee Benefits Law: Lunch Panel

ACEBC and the Workplace Law Program at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law present:

The Practice of Employee Benefits Law
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Room 259

Confirmed speakers:
Brian Berglund, Bryan Cave LLP
Michael Beaver, Holland & Hart LLP
David Conrad, Area Counsel, Tax Exempt and Government
Entities, Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service
Sheldon Smith, Bryan Cave LLP

Free and open to the community. Lunch will be provided.

For more information, contact:

Stefanie Carroll at scarroll@law.du.edu or 303-871-6076

Sponsored by Workplace Law Program


The Suspect Classes: Muslim Minorities, Counterterrorism and Liberal Ideals

The Suspect Classes: Muslim Minorities, Counterterrorism and Liberal Ideals

Community Lunch Lecture featuring Professor Aziz Huq

Thursday, September 1, 2016
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Room 165

Lunch provided. There is no cost to attend and no registration is required.

For more information, contact:

Stef Carroll at scarroll@law.du.edu or 303-871-6076

Sponsored by Constitutional Rights & Remedies Program


Obama’s Legacy in the Middle East

Obama’s Legacy in the Middle East
Tuesday, September 13, 12pm
Korbel School 5th floor
Lunch provided

For more information, contact:

Tiffany Wilk at sie.center@du.edu

Sponsored by Center for Middle East Studies and Sie Center


Join Phi Alpha Delta!!

Join Phi Alpha Delta, the largest international law fraternity! Stop by our table in the forum on Monday, Aug. 29th from 12:00 – 1:00 and Friday Sept. 2nd from 12:00 – 12:50 p.m. and learn more about P.A.D. Come to our general student body meeting on Sept. 2nd in room 170!

For more information, contact:

Britt Frisbie at Bfrisbie17@law.du.edu or 9703802868

Sponsored by Phi Alpha Delta


Are you a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer?

One of DU’s newest groups is looking for members. The Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of DU Law student group formed last year to bridge the gap between Public Interest Law and International Law. The group hopes to connect past, current, and future RPCVs who also happen to be DU Law students and alumni. Our goal is to organize events, such as panel discussions, service learning trips, and alumni networking mixers that will allow students to stay connected to the international community here in Denver, explore career opportunities. Current members have served in Zambia, the Dominican Republic, Moldova, and Tanzania. For more information, contact Josh Boissevain (jboissevain18@law.du.edu) or Nick Smiley (nsmiley-kallas18@law.du.edu) or like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DULawRPCV/

For more information, contact:

Josh Boissevain at jboissevain18@law.du.edu

Sponsored by Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of DU Law


ACCFSL 2017 Writing Competition

American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers

2017 WRITING COMPETITION

The American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers is pleased to announce awards to be presented for
(a) the best book
(b) the best publishable article, book chapter, or substantial book review
(c ) the best student note or comment on a topic dealing with consumer financial services law.

The awards include cash payments of $2500, $2000, and $1000, respectively, a Certificate of Recognition from the College, and travel expenses to attend the Spring 2017 meeting of the College. In any given year, depending on submissions, all three awards, or fewer, may be made.

Eligible entries will address a topic on consumer financial services, but not securities regulation, insurance, or the safety-and-soundness aspects of banking regulation. Works on subjects within these (or other) areas, however, will be considered if they bear directly on consumer financial services.

Entries must have been written or published between November 15, 2015, and December 1, 2016. The deadline for submission is December 1, 2016. Unpublished entries should be typed, double spaced, and in law review format.

The winners will be honored at the annual meeting of the College held in conjunction with the Spring Meeting of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association, to be held in New Orleans in April 2016.

The American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers is a nonprofit association of attorneys who have made significant contributions to consumer financial services law over an extended period of time. Its members include academics, present and former federal and state regulatory and enforcement officers, authors in the field, private practitioners, counsel for financial institutions and other service providers, and representatives of consumer protection and advocacy organizations.

Entries must be submitted in electronic format and should be sent to:

Richard P. Hackett, ACCFSL Writing Competition Chair
Hudson Cook, LLP
22 Free Street. Suite 205
Portland, Maine 04101
rhackett@hudco.com

More information on the College may be found at: http://www.accfsl.org

For more information, contact:

Richard Hackett at awilliams@law.du.edu


DJILP Fall 2016 Candidacy

The candidacy period will be open from August 26th to September 5th!!
Add us on TWEN to get the candidacy materials!

For more information, contact:

Carla Solis at csolisgarza17@law.du.edu

Sponsored by DJILP


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