Announcements

Lunch Info Session for Constitutional Rights & Remedies Capstone

Tuesday, October 7, 2014
12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
Room 499

Join us for an exclusive preview of Professor Leong & Mohamedbhai’s Spring 2015 Constitutional Rights & Remedies Capstone Course before Spring Priority Registration opens.
Lunch from Etai’s will be served. RSVP to Stef Carroll at scarroll@law.du.edu by Friday, Oct. 3.

For more information, contact:

Stef Carroll at scarroll@law.du.edu or 303.871.6076

Sponsored by Constitutional Rights & Remedies Program


Criminal Law Review Candidacy Begins October 3, 2014

The Criminal Law Review Candidacy period begins October 3 and ends October 15. Students interested in participating in candidacy should add the University of Denver Criminal Law Review Candidacy TWEN page.

Further detailed instructions will be available with the candidacy packet. Please contact Kaela Zihlman at kzihlman16@law.du.edu with additional questions.

For more information, contact:

Kaela Zihlman at kzihlman16@law.du.edu


PRIVACY:  The Internet of Things (IoT)

Ricketson Law Building, Room 290
10 AM -3 PM
Seminar & Lunch are free for current DU Law Students, faculty & staff. All others: Seminar/CLE/lunch ($30).
Register now at http://alumni.du.edu/privacytheinternetofthings

For more information, contact:

Anne Beblavi at abeblavi@law.du.edu or 303.871.6303

Sponsored by The Privacy Foundation


Mace in Your Face with NWLSO

Please join the National Women’s Law Student Organization (NWLSO) for a liability lecture:

Mace In Your Face!

October 1st at 6:00pm in

Room 499

Sgts. Banet and Cordell of DU Campus Safety will present a hands-on information session and self defense training regarding the appropriate use of force with mace, related self-defense mechanisms, and personal safety awareness geared towards law students, which will also include a discussion of the legal aspects of carrying concealed weapons on college campuses. Light food will be served.

Hey fellas – just because it’s a women’s organization doesn’t mean you’re not invited. Please join as well!

Following the presentation, the group will proceed to a nearby watering hole for beverages!

For more information, contact:

Chelsea Clark at cclark16@law.du.edu or 970.214.8622

Sponsored by NWLSO


Fracking Bans & Setbacks: An Unconstitutional Takings?

The fourth annual Carver Colloquium will debate the issue of whether or not proposed fracking bans and setbacks constitute a takings.

Presented by the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute and Jan Laitos, the John A. Carver, Jr. Chair at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, in partnership with the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Tuesday, October 14
6:30pm – 8:00pm
A reception will follow.

For more information, contact:

Lisa Bingham at lbingham@law.du.edu or 303-871-6319

Sponsored by Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute


Submissions Being Accepted for the Sutton Writing Competition 2015

A contestant may write on any area of international or comparative law. Papers written as part of a contestant’s law studies are eligible. The competition is open to any current law or graduate tax student of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Students taking the Bar Exam in summer 2015 are not eligible to win as they will not be able to attend the Hague Academy in the Summer of 2015.

For more information, contact:

Karlyn Shorb at kshorb@law.du.edu or 303-871-6655

Sponsored by The Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law


STLA Trial Week

Student Trial Lawyers Association is pleased to present Trial week September 29th – October 3rd. Come hear from distinguished trial attorneys and professors to learn more about trial advocacy. This is a great event for 1Ls participating in STLA and students interested in trial work.

For more information, contact:

Kristen Renaud at krenaud16@law.du.edu

Sponsored by Student Trial Lawyers Association


December 2014 Graduation Vendors

Attention December 2014 Graduates

Graduation Vendors will be here October 21-22

In the Forum:
– CB Announcements—Order graduation announcements and Thank You cards here.
– Jostens—Order your class ring and diploma frame here.
– Fingerprinting—Optional but required for your bar exam application. Need state issued ID. Cost is $20.00, cash or check only.

In Suite 115D:
– Bettinger Photography – Have your composite photo taken. This is your only opportunity to have your composite photo taken. This is not required but highly recommended. What is a composite photo? This is the large class photo that hangs on the wall on the first floor.

- Tuesday, October 21st from 10:00-3:00 p.m.
– Wednesday, October 22nd from 3:00-7:00 p.m.

For more information, contact:

Katie Fredrick at kfredrick@law.du.edu


Denver Journal of International Law and Policy Candidacy Period

The Fall 2014 Candidacy Process is underway! Add Denver Journal of International Law and Policy Candidacy on TWEN and complete a candidacy packet! All completed packets must be submitted by Sunday, October 5th, at 11:55pm via the TWEN page.

Questions? Email Bailey Woods (bwoods14@law.du.edu) or Katie McAuley (kmcauley23@gmail.com).

For more information, contact:

Katie McAuley at kmcauley23@gmail.com

Sponsored by DJILP


Lawyering in the UN: Challenges and Rewards

Mr. Larry D. Johnson, former Assistant Secretary-General for Legal Affairs in the United Nations, will describe the challenges and rewards facing lawyers, in particular American lawyers, working within the Organization. His presentation will describe the high and low points of his some 35-year career in the United Nations during which he served in the Office of Legal Affairs, the UN peacekeeping force in the Balkans, the International Atomic Energy Agency, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and the Board of Inquiry into damage to, and injuries/death on, UN property in Gaza during the Cast Lead military operation (2008/2009).

For more information, contact:

Karlyn Shorb at kshorb@law.du.edu or 303-871-6655

Sponsored by The Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law