Sturm College of Law News

Denver Law named National Semi-Finalists in 7th Annual Transactional LawMeet® Competition

April 04, 2016

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National Law Journal publishes extensive interview with Assoc. Prof. Justin Pidot on U.S. Supreme Court tie votes

March 30, 2016


Denver Law ranked #9 in National Jurist’s “Best Schools for Practical Training” – Civil Rights Clinic case featured in cover story

March 22, 2016


US NEWS & WORLD REPORT Rankings: Five specialty programs in top 15

March 16, 2016

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Don, LLB’58, and Sue Sturm honored with the inaugural Founders Medal during two-day celebration of DU’s founding

March 07, 2016


Denver Law takes the Midwestern Region title for Transactional LawMeets 2016: Headed to Nationals in NYC on 4/1

March 01, 2016

On Friday, Feb. 26, 2016, 84 teams competed in regional rounds of the 7th Annual Transactional LawMeet®. In this year’s competition, teams negotiated a merger of two emerging technology companies. The drafting stage took place over two months, with students drafting term sheets, interviewing their clients and marking up opposing teams’ drafts. The Denver Law finalists from the Midwestern Region were James Ball, Kayla Martin and Tyson Welch, all 3L students. The fourteen Finalist teams will be competing at the National Round of the competition on Friday, April 1, 2016. The National Round will be hosted by Sullivan & Cromwell LLP’s New York office. Click here for the full press release.

2016 Transactional LawMeets Team: James Ball, Kayla Martin and Tyson Welch

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James Ball, Kayla Martin and Tyson Welch.


Professor Kris McDaniel-Miccio speaks to KOA Radio on proposed closing of Guantanamo

February 25, 2016

What’s problematic with Guantanamo from its inception is that there was a bill that was passed under the very first term of Obama that said that you couldn’t bring detainees onto U.S. soil – and he signed it. And now he’s going against it, which not only raises legal questions about what is the extent of that law but it also raises political questions about the fact that he has changed his mind.” Listen to the complete interview here.


Watch the video from “Justice Scalia’s Legacy and the Nomination of His Successor,” a panel sponsored by the Constitutional Rights and Remedies Program

February 22, 2016

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Homeless Advocacy Policy Project releases first-of-its-kind report on criminalizing homelessness in CO

February 16, 2016

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Professor Eli Wald featured in CBA roundtable series on race and gender in Colorado’s legal community

February 04, 2016

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