Sturm College of Law News

Do you know what you’re signing? Professor Rachel Arnow-Richman breaks down contract legalese

November 11, 2014

Denver Law students assist detained immigrant families in Artesia, New Mexico

November 10, 2014

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Zero waste: Denver Law donates laptops to a secondary school in Tanzania

November 07, 2014

DU Law refurbished laptops go to Idetemya Secondary School located near Mwanza, Tanzania. In January, 48 girls get to move into the new dormitory!
In the dormitory, there is a computer lab with the laptops donated by DU Law School. They have all been preloaded with a complete version of Khan Academy so the girls have access to a fantastic set of superb video instruction in English.

Click here for more information about the Girls’ School in rural Tanzania

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BBC explores issue of Colorado’s fracking boom and economic implications; “outright bans are unlikely to stick,” says Professor Jan Laitos

October 31, 2014

California Western School of Law Professor John E. Noyes to lecture on the United States and the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea November 6

October 30, 2014

Major new study on legal careers - the most extensive of its kind - examines changing profession; Professor Joyce Sterling among those who led study

October 24, 2014

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Tanzanian Ambassador Extraordinary Liberata Mulamula to explore “Conflict Resolution in Africa: Hurdles and Hardships” at Denver Law November 19

October 21, 2014

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Battered women’s advocates work to eradicate the victim blame game – “Mothers are held to a very different standard,” says Professor Kris McDaniel-Miccio

October 10, 2014

“Sneaky new trend...” – Professor J. Robert Brown weighs in on fee-shifting provisions adopted in recent IPOs

October 10, 2014

“Juvenile Justice in the Americas” – on October 21, Denver Law welcomes IACHR Commissioner and Special Rapporteur on the Rights of the Child, Rosa Maria Ortiz

October 08, 2014

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