Modern Learning

Modern Learning

Denver Law’s 2009 Strategic Plan announced the law school’s commitment to the Modern Learning Initiative. The aim is to produce more practice-ready lawyers by expanding experiential learning opportunities for our students and increasing the integration of skills, doctrine, and professional identity in our curriculum.

Modern Learning Flipbook

Three programs drive these objectives: the law school’s robust Clinical Programs, which have been a key fixture at Denver Law for more than a century; a large and vibrant Legal Externship Program, which places our students in real world legal classrooms; and the efforts of a committed and talented faculty working to inject into Denver Law classrooms a new kind of legal pedagogy.

In December of 2012, Denver Law announced the establishment of the Mulligan Burleson Chair in Modern Learning, and named Professor Roberto Corrada, a nationally-recognized expert in experiential learning in the classroom, the inaugural holder.

Mulligan Burleson Modern Learning Chair
Denver Law: Pioneering the Future of Legal Education.

Denver Law Carnegie Integrated Courses 2015

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