The University of Denver College of Law announces our new Master of Laws (LL.M.) Clinical Teaching Fellowship Program, which offers attorneys the opportunity to gain extensive practice in law school clinical teaching. The Fellows are enrolled in a three-year program during which they are in residence at one of the Denver Law’s five in-house clinics: Civil Litigation, Civil Rights, Community Economic Development, Criminal Defense and Environmental Law.

The Clinical Programs is proud to introduce the first class enrolled in the new Masters of Laws (LL.M.) Clinical Teaching Fellowship Program:


Timothy Estep, Environmental Law

Casey Faucon, Community Economic Development

Nicole Godfrey, Civil Rights

Rachel Moran, Criminal Defense

Under the supervision of experienced clinical faculty, Fellows will gain extensive practice in law school clinical teaching including direct supervision of J.D. students, first as co-supervisors with clinic faculty and then on their own. Fellows assist in teaching clinic seminars and perform work on their own cases or other legal matters. Additionally, Fellows will also learn about academic legal scholarship and, with the assistance of a faculty mentor, produce publishable-quality scholarship during their residence. It is the explicit goal of the fellowship to prepare Fellows for a career in clinical legal education.