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The 40-year legacy of the International Legal Studies Program had already created one of the strongest international law programs in the world when with their gift to the College of Law in 2006, former Editor-in-Chief of the Denver Journal of International Law & Policy, Douglas Scrivner (JD ’77), and his wife, Mary, established the Nanda Center in honor of their friend and mentor, Ved Nanda. The Scrivners expressed their desire to “create a lasting, institution-wide tribute to Ved Nanda . . . and to do so in a manner that captures Ved’s contributions to scholarship, teaching, writing and cooperative relationships.” Mrs. Connie Cox Price, JD’78, and the Estate of the Justice Leonard v.B. Sutton, represented by the late Earl A. Hauck (JD ’67), led those making extremely generous matching gifts.
The Nanda Center offers sincere thanks to the generosity of our major supporters and all of our kind donors, including Mr. Douglas G. and Mrs. Mary B. Scrivner, the Estate of Leonard v.B. Sutton (represented by Mr. Earl A. Hauck), Mrs. Connie Cox Price, the Cox Family Foundation, Mrs. Benjamin F. Stapleton III, the Honorable Edward M. and Patricia Schlatter, and Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hirschfeld.
For more information on supporting the Nanda Center, please contact the Center at 303.871.6655.