Sturm College of Law News

Prof. K.K. DuVivier comments on the tragic mining disaster in West Virgina

April 08, 2010

Full story is available here.


Medical marijuana debate at DU Law

April 07, 2010

View Denver Post story here.

Law Student Chapters of ACLU and Federalist Society: Debate on Medical Marijuana – View Video (running time 60 minutes)


Prof. Tom Russell provides insight re: settlements for victims of RTD crashes

April 07, 2010

View the full story here.

To view the CBS4 Denver news segment of this story, click here.


DU Prof.’s Rock Pring and Penelope Canaan featured on NPR’s “On the Media”

April 05, 2010

For the full story, click HERE.


Are hedge fund salaries justified? Prof. Jay Brown responds.

April 02, 2010

View the full story here.


Jason Crow, JD’09, named Volunteer of the Year by the Denver Bar Association

March 30, 2010

Read the full story here.


Coming Up @ DU Law: Moving Forward For Equal Justice conference

March 29, 2010

Click here for more information.


DU Law students elected to top positions in International Law Student Association

March 29, 2010

University of Denver Sturm College of Law students Rob Palmer, 2L, and Stephanie Foote, 1L, were elected last week as president and vice president, respectively, of the International Law Student Association. ILSA boasts a membership of approximately 150 law schools in the U.S. and schools in 50-plus countries. To have both these positions at Sturm is a singular achievement for our students and for the program. The current ILSA president for 2009-2010 is Molly McNab, a 2L at DU Law.


Civil Rights Clinic’s Supermax case hits the national spotlight

March 26, 2010

Click here for the full story.


Snow Closure

March 24, 2010

Due to snow, the University, including the Sturm College of Law, will be closed today. All classes and events are cancelled.

For those who use the emergency notification system, please be aware that the voice mail alert (that the University is closed all day) is correct, but that the email and text alerts (that the University is closed only after 2 pm) is incorrect. The University, including the Sturm College of Law, is closed all day.

Please check the University’s website for updated information.

Regards,
Martin Katz


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