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Doug Scrivner JD ’77, Julie Marling JD ‘16 Receive 2016 DJILP Distinguished International Law Awards – the Honorable Sid Brooks JD ‘71 presents the Henry & Mary Bryan Lecture on International Law
Friday, April 28, 2016 : Anne Aguirre
The Denver Journal of International Law & Policy and the Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law announced this year’s Distinguished International Law awards at the Sturm College of Law, Tuesday, April 19th, 2016.
L-R: Honorable Sidney Brooks, Ms. Elizabeth Flaagan, Mr. Ian Bird, Esq., Professor Ved Nanda, Mr. Douglas Scrivner, Esq., Mrs. Mary Scrivner, Mrs. Katharine Nanda, Esq., Ms. Julie Marling.
Dean Marty Katz welcomed attendees, followed by Nanda Center Board President Ian Bird and DJILP Events Editor, Allison Derschang. Professor Nanda presented the 2016 DJILP Distinguished Alumnus Award to Doug Scrivner for his accomplishments in the field of corporate law; his continuous community involvement; his exceptional leadership of the University of Denver and Sturm College of Law; and his vision and generosity in establishing the Ved Nanda Center for International & Comparative Law. The 2016 DJILP Distinguished Student Award was presented to Julie Marling, elected by her peers for her dedication and commitment to the international law program, International Law Society, the Denver Journal of International Law & Policy, and as a voice for students.
Professor Ved Nanda presented the Honorable Sidney B. Brooks as the 2016 Henry and Mary Bryan award lecturer in International Law. Doug and Mary Scrivner founded the award in honor of Mary’s parents, to be presented to outstanding practitioners, scholars, jurists in international law. Judge Brooks was recognized for his outstanding work in the field of bankruptcy law; his global outreach to promote the knowledge and understanding of the rule of law; his extraordinary contribution to international judicial training and court management programs; and his sponsorship and leadership of the Brooks-Nanda Russian Law Fellow program at the Sturm College of Law.
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The Ved Nanda Center for International Law & Policy was established in 2006 thanks to the vision and generosity of Douglas Scrivner and other donors. The mission of the Nanda Center is supported by the strength and talent of the Nanda Center Board, the Sturm College of Law, and its dedicated donors. For more information about the Nanda Center and upcoming programs and events, visit http://law.du.edu/ved-nanda-center-for-international-law .
The Nanda Center is part of the International Legal Studies Program at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and supports its curriculum and academic mission.
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