- Wafa Ben Hassine
Panelist, “Media, Technology, and Crisis,” at the National Conference on Media Reform, Denver (April 5, 2013).
- Denver Law Students Create Wills for Native American Tribes
During their spring break, 11 students from the Sturm College of Law wrote and executed more than 60 wills for two Native American tribes as part of the law school’s Tribal Wills Project, according to College of Law Professor Lucy Marsh. Last fall, John Roach, fiduciary trust officer for the Southwest Region of the Department of Interior, contacted the Student Law Office about drafting the wills. Students attended three training sessions before traveling to Durango to meet with members of the Ute Mountain and Southern Ute tribes. This is the first time Denver Law participated in the project (April 2013).
- Amanda Wick
Amanda Walck placed second in the Louis Jackson Memorial Student Writing Competition in Labor and Employment Law for her paper, “Overregulation of Fair Interpretation: Christopher v. SmithKline and the Question of Judicial Deference in Department of Labor Rulemaking.” The competition is sponsored by Jackson Lewis, a national labor and employment law firm, and is administered by the Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago–Kent College of Law’s Institute for Law and the Workplace. Walck will receive a $1,000 scholarship, and her essay will be published on the Institute for Law and the Workplace website (March 25, 2013).
- Cindy Pham
“E-Discovery in the Cloud Era: What’s a Litigant to Do?,” 5 Hastings Sci. & Tech. L.J. 139 (Winter 2013).
- Kate Miller
Kate Miller will argue before the Colorado Supreme Court on March 6, 2013, in the case of Industrial Claims Appeals Office v. Hopkins 12SC49. Miller is a student attorney in the Advanced Civil Litigation Clinic working under the supervision of Professor Raja Raghunath. She wrote the response brief last semester with two fellow student attorneys, Colin Zundel and Katie Thomas (February 2013).
- Denver University Law Review 2013-2014 Board of Editors
Congratulations to the 2013-2014 (Volume 91) board of editors of the Denver University Law Review: Aaron Belzer, editor in chief; Anna Natalie Rol, managing editor; Shawn Neal, senior articles editor; Kelsey Feldkamp, executive editor; Mary Dewey, articles editor; Julian Ellis, articles editor; Donald Kaade, articles editor; Jessica Borchers, business editor; Renee Sheeder, Tenth Circuit Survey editor; LaLonnie Villa-Martinez, Symposium editor; Kathryn Raffensperger, comments editor; Alaina Almond, candidacy editor; and Jonathan R. Gray, online editor. Senior editors:* Anna M. Allen*, Maxwell Berg, Megan Clark, Brooke Ehrman, Joel Heiny, Amy Knapp, Sherry Metzger, Kacie Mulhern and Matt Pierce. Staff editors: Stefanie Arndt, Morgan Batcheler, Jonathan Goldstein, Micheal Kolesar, Andrew Moore, Jared Najjar, Morgan Robinson, Darin Smith, Kimberly Smith and Jeffrey Wilson (February 2013).
- Denver Law Students Provide Legal Assistance to Ute Tribes
Next month, 10 students from Denver Law’s Wills Lab will travel to Durango to draft wills for tribal members of the Southern Ute Reservation and Ute Mountain Reservation. Students will provide legal assistance March 18-22 as part of the Tribal Wills Project. This is the first time Denver Law is participating in the project (February 2013).