University of Denver Water Law Review 2011 Symposium to be Held April 15; Registration Open

March 31, 2011

The University of Denver Water Law Review presents its 2011 Symposium on Friday, April 15. It is titled, “A Vision for the Future: Balancing Population Growth with Increasing Water Demand.” Please click here University of Denver Water Law Review presents its 2011 Symposium on Friday, April 15. It is titled, “A Vision for the Future: Balancing Population Growth with Increasing Water Demand.” for more information.


Former FERC Commissioner Sudeen Kelly Speaks at Sturm College of Law

March 29, 2011

Sudeen Kelly, an internationally-recognized energy industry expert and former Commissioner with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), spoke at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law on March 28, 2011. For more information, please click here.


Adam Massaro, Sturm College of Law 2010 JD Graduate, Wins ABA “Excellence in Writing Award”

March 24, 2011

Adam Massaro, University of Denver Sturm College of Law 2010 JD graduate, won an Excellence in Writing Award from the editors of ABA Probate & Property for his article, “Solar Power for Commercial Buildings,” that appeared in the January/February 2010 issue. Fore more information, please click here.


Legal Hiring Anticipated to Be Strong

March 22, 2011

Attached is an article from the Association of Legal Administrators addressing the future needs of legal support staff members in law firms.

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Adjunct Prof. William J. Brady to Speak at Intersol’2011 International Conference in Lyon, France

March 22, 2011

William J. Brady, an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and a shareholder and director at the Denver firm Grimshaw and Harring, has been asked to present at the prestigious Intersol’2011, an international conference in Lyon, France, March 28-31, on soils, sediment, and water. For more information, please click here.


The Rocky Mountain Energy Blog: Readily Accessible Expertise and Insight About Energy Issues

March 21, 2011

Anyone interested in following energy developments and challenges in the Rocky Mountain region — particularly Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming — should be sure to bookmark (or subscribe to) the Rocky Mountain Energy Blog, which identifies and tracks major developments and trends in the region. For more information, please click here.


Another Possible Consequence of Japan’s Nuclear Power Problems: The Rise of Coal?

March 19, 2011

The world has had only one week to digest the disturbing news about Japan’s nuclear power problems. And a week hardly makes a lifetime. But one thing is for sure — coal may be on the way back as a power generating fuel source. Click here to read more.


Former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter Jr. Discusses Renewable Energy: Opportunities & Barriers

March 18, 2011

Former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter Jr. discusses his administration’s energy initiatives, with particular focus on renewable energy initiatives, in a new video interview now available on the University of Denver Sturm College of Law website. The 45 minute interview can be accessed by clicking here.


DU Vis Moot Team to travel to Loyola U in Chicago for Vis Pre-Moot

March 18, 2011


Do Recent Events in the Middle East and Japan Portend Better Days Ahead for Renewables?

March 17, 2011

Yesterday’s Lex Column (March 16, 2011) in the Financial Times raised a thought provoking point about the impact of unrest in the Middle East as well as the nuclear power plant crisis in Japan: Will this perhaps herald a new “lease on life” for the renewables sector? Please click here to read more.


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