2017 Summer Intern Position: LSAC Diversity Initiatives

December 15, 2016

The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) is looking for a summer intern to work on their Diversity Initiatives staff. It’s a 10-12 week position open to current law students. “Preference will be given to candidates with advanced communication skills and strong knowledge and understanding of various social media websites.” More info, including how to apply, here:

OpEd: Nanda on Trump, Climate, and the US

December 14, 2016

The Paris climate accord entered into force on Nov. 4 after more than 55 countries, representing 55 percent of global emissions, ratified it. The first legally binding deal sets out an action plan to limit global warming to “well below” 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. Professor Ved Nanda reasons Trump must get on board with the rest of the world.

PDF will open in a new window.”>Ved Nanda: Trump, the U.S. and the Paris Climate Accord.pdf

Contact us : Anne Aguirre, Nanda Center Coordinator | aaguirre@law.du.edu | +1 303.871.6279

Transgender Day of Remembrance: Wednesday Nov 16 at Auraria Campus

November 15, 2016

In memory of individuals harmed or killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice:

Transgender Day of Remembrance on the Auraria Campus
Wednesday Nov 16 from 11 am to 2 pm
Tivoli Multicultural Lounge
900 Auraria Parkway in Denver

Transgender Day of Remembrance Ceremony and Reception
Sunday November 20 from 4 to 7 pm
West High School
951 Elati Street in Denver

Denver Law’s RPL issues statement on “the divisive political rhetoric of the campaign”

November 14, 2016

RPL is The Rocky Mountain Collective on Race, Place, and Law, a group of Colorado legal academics working together to identify and address racial inequities in the U.S. and around globe. RPL’s statement on repercussions of the 2016 presidential campaign and election:

Refugee, Migration, and Crimmigration Headlines

October 31, 2016

On November 11th, 2016, the University of Denver Sturm College of Law will host an event on the Crisis of Refugees, Migration and CrImmigration, and the Failure of International Law. Whether in our backyard or internationally, when it comes to these issues, the headlines stream relentlessly.

October 26th, three stories were published on the lines of each of these topics — and that was just in the morning.

  1. Crisis of Refugees and MigrationNational Geographic ‘Afghan Girl’ arrested in Pakistan living under false papers
  2. Crisis of Refugees and MigrationCalais: fears grow for dozens of children amid chaotic camp shutdown
  3. Crimmigration at the Local LevelSheriff Joe Arpaio charged with contempt of court after profiling case

Join the Discussion — For More Information and to Register for the Refugee/Migration Crisis and Failure of International Law conference

Questions: please contact Anne Aguirre, Nanda Center Coordinator, aaguirre@law.du.edu

Metro State University Prelaw Students Visit Denver Law

October 28, 2016

Seventeen Metro State University undergraduate students, accompanied by their professor Barbara Koehler visited Denver Law on Friday, October 28. They attended Professor Rashmi Goel’s Criminal Law course, toured the law school and spoke with Senior Admissions Officer May Piatek and several Denver Law students. Metro State University, celebrating its 50th year of existence, has an enrollment of nearly 7,500, one-third of whom are first-generation college students. In its July/August 2016 issue, INSIGHT Into Diversity named Metro State University a Diversity Champion. (See page 17.)

Profesor Erin Buzuvis Speaks at Denver Law on the Development of LGBTQ Rights

October 27, 2016

Erin Buzuvis, an expert on Title IX and LGBTQ rights and professor at Western New England School of Law, spent Thursday, October 27 at Denver Law. At lunch, she met with fourteen members of the DU community and the Denver Bar, and led a conversation that ranged from the current state of Title IX litigation to the scramble by sports governing bodies to regulate participation by transgender athletes and athletes whose natural hormone levels place them under scrutiny. Later in the day, Professor Buzuvis attended a reception held in her honor. Then she spoke for over an hour before a crowd of fifty on “Title IX and the the Pursuit of Equality for LGBTQ Students.” She traced the evolution of litigation, most of it still working its way through federal courts, stating that “[t]his current moment of LGBTQ rights is brought to us by the decades of litigation that pressured courts and regulators to constantly renew and update their definition of sex discrimination.” She described developing law as having the potential, though not the certainty, “to be completely inclusive” of LGBTQ rights. This is what is on the line in the current litigation, she said. She also stressed the important role of regulators and administrative law in these developments, and she emphasized the relationship between civil rights and politics, citing attention to and strides made in the area of LGBTQ rights by President Obama and his administration. See Professor Buzuvis’ talk on Title IX and LGBTQ Rights here. Her visit to Denver Law and the events at which she spoke were organized and sponsored by the Education Policy & Outreach Group (EPOG) and Denver Law’s Office of Diversity. Professor Erin Buzuvis is a founder of and contributor to the Title IX Blog.

Thur and Fri, Nov 10-11:  WAGE THEFT SUMMIT IN DENVER

October 26, 2016

Join policy-makers, researchers, students, workers, employers, union members and community organizations to discuss wage theft and its impact on Colorado. This two-day event takes place on the Auraria Campus. Address questions to Wagetheftsummit@gmail.com. Register here.

12th Annual National Black Pre-Law Conference meets in New York City, November 11-12, 2016

October 25, 2016

National Pre-Law Diversity Initiatives, Inc. will be hosting the 12th Annual National Black Pre-Law Conference on Friday, November 11, 2016 and Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the New York University School of Law in New York, New York. This event is known as the nation’s premier information-sharing and networking empowerment event focused on the success of the aspiring Black lawyer and has positively impacted thousands of Black law school aspirants from across the country who have benefited from the incredible “insider” information, resources, and potentially life-changing connections that it provides that attendees might not otherwise have access to. In addition, for the second year in a row, the non-profit will also be hosting concurrently and jointly the Second Annual National Hispanic Pre-Law Conference providing Latino students with the same opportunities as well as outstanding law student and attorney role models and potential mentors to learn from. Registrants of either event will receive the full benefits of two major events and a combined event – the Joint National Black and Hispanic Pre-Law Conference and Law Fair – all in one free conference registration. More information here.

You are invited: “Title IX and the Pursuit of Equality for LGBTQ Students” at Denver Law Thur Oct 27

October 24, 2016

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