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The Cox Price Human Rights Lecture — Facilitating Human Rights Change via UN Human Rights Field Operations

September 27, 2017 | 6:00 PM | Approved for 1 General CLE credit

Cox Price Program & Bibliography

Livestream

Slides

Event Pictures


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International Law Society Presents *Hot Topics*North Korea: A Threat to Whom?

August 22, 2017 | 12:00 – 1:00 pm | Lunch provided

Ricketson Law Building | 2255 E Evans Ave Denver CO 80210 | LAW 180


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The Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law, African Initiatives, and Project Education South Sudan partnered to invite Professor Ved Nanda, Ken Scott, Tamara Banks, and Pa’gan Amum to the Korbel School for an enlightening and engaging panel on challenges to development in South Sudan.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 | 6:30 pm – 8 pm | Josef Korbel School, Maglione Hall


U.S.-Russia: Comparative Legal Perspectives Series — Cross-border Insolvency & Transnational Commercial Law

Thursday, March 2, 2017 | 9:00 am – 10:30 am

The Honorable Sidney B. Brooks (ret.), Chad Caby, Esq. (Lewis Roca Rothberger Christie LLP), and Robert Lantz, Esq. (Coan Payton and Payne LLC) bankruptcy and commercial law experts in the US participated in a 90-minute program on cross-border insolvency law and transnational commercial law intrinsic in an international bankruptcy case with legal scholars and practitioners from the University of Moscow, Russia. This comparative panel discussed bankruptcy as well as jurisdiction, civil procedure, access to the American court system, cooperation and communication between and among judges in different countries working on the same case, and managing local law and foreign law when they clash in a cross-border environment.

This program series was initiated in 2015 between the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and Russia’s Moscow State University. It gathers experts, academics, and students from both countries to present and discuss on international and comparative legal topics via a Skype’d conference call. These programs are free and open to students and the interested public.


A Celebration in Honor of Professor Ved Nanda — 50 Years of Teaching at Denver Law

February 25, 2017 | The Cable Center, University of Denver

Thanks to everyone who could join us on Feb. 25. The event was a great success.

Tribute Video

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ABILA Mid-Western Regional Conference — International Law in a Time of Change

February 24, 2017 | 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM | Approved for 7 General CLE credits

Livestream – Morning Sessions, 2/24/2017

Livestream – Afternoon Sessions, 2/24/20

For Conference Materials

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The Myres S. McDougal Distinguished Lecture together with The Crimmigration Lecture Series at the University of Denver and The Leonard v.B. Sutton 49th Annual Colloquium on International Law — Crisis of Refugees and Mass Migration: Failure of International Law & Policy

November 11, 2016 | 12:00 noon – 6:00 PM | Approved for 5 General CLE credits

Myres S. McDougal LectureHuman Rights and Mass Migration From Poor to Rich Countries: The Impact on International Law — Professor Tom Farer, University of Denver Josef Korbel School of Intl Studies

4th Crimmigration Series Lecture — “From Arizona to California: Crimmigration Law at the Local Level” — Professor Ingrid Eagly, University of California, Los Angeles School of Law

Program Agenda and Panels

Livestream — Welcome and Crimmigration Lecture

Livestream — Failure of International Law – Panel I

Livestream — Failure of International Law – Panel II

Livestream — Myres S. McDougal Distinguished Lecture



M. Cherif Bassiouni Presents the 2016 Cox-Price Human Rights Lecture

September 28, 2016 | 5:30 – 8:30 PM | Approved for 2 General CLE Credits

The Ved Nanda Center and the Sturm College of Law was honored to present the 2016 Cox-Price Award and Lecture in Human Rights to the foremost champion of international criminal law, Professor M. Cherif Bassiouni.

Professor Bassiouni is the pre-eminent global legal authority in the determination and prosecution of human rights offenses world-wide and the Nanda Center is distinctly honored Professor Bassiouni received this award.

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“We are privileged to welcome the foremost exponent of international criminal law to the Sturm College of Law and the Nanda Center,” says Ved Nanda. “Professor Bassiouni has opened new frontiers in this crucial and ever-growing field of international law.”

Livestream – LIVESTREAM

Program.pdf



Nanda Center Lunchtime Lecture Series Presents: Putin’s Russia: The Erosion of Civil Society

September 7, 2016 | 12 noon | LAW 165

Dr. Mark Pomar, internationally-recognized authority in civil society, higher education, and the impact of rule-of-law in the Russian Federation. Dr. Pomar is the Founding President (2008 – present) of the US Russia Foundation for Economic Advancement and the Rule-of-Law (USRF).

Dr. Pomar and the USRF established and provided millions of dollars in grants that supported US-Russia university partnerships, civil society programs, scholar and student exchanges, and non-governmental organizations. In October of 2015, the Putin government declared the USRF a subversive organization and its Russian offices closed. Dr. Pomar’s personal and professional experience was the foundation for this very important civil, economic, and legal discussion.

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