The Corporate and Commercial Law program is designed to prepare Denver Law students with knowledge, insight, perspective and skills required to practice effectively in the areas of corporate law, commercial law and bankruptcy, and business litigation. A rigorous second-year curriculum and experiential and critical-thinking courses in the third year (fourth year for evening students) provide our graduates with a running start as they begin their careers practicing business law. Students completing the requirements earn a certificate in Corporate and Commercial Law.

The business law faculty at Sturm College of Law have many decades experience teaching, publishing, and practicing in corporate and commercial law. In Denver Law’s clinical program, business law students represent clients in the Community Economic Development Clinic. The legal externship program students to gain experience by working in diverse legal settings including law firms, courts, and administrative agencies.