Students at Denver Law make our community thrive. There are over 50 student organizations, and we are fortunate to have an enthusiastic group of students and organizations committed to public service:
Alternative Spring Break gives law students the opportunity to travel and participate in meaningful legal service in March, such as with Native American communities in Window Rock, AZ.
Chancellor’s Scholars Program
The Chancellor’s Scholar Program is offered to students with a demonstrated history of excellence in scholarship and public service. Other student groups may apply to the C-Scholars Program for funding for their events via this short online application.
Denver Law Partnership with Community Day gives law students an opportunity to give back to the Denver community, including wrapping gifts for veterans.
The Public Interest Law Group encourages law students to devote their careers to the struggle for social justice, exposes students to the broad range of work being done to advance progressive legal goals, provides a forum for discussion and an information base, and inspires students to follow their hearts. Through the money they raise in their annual auction, PILG also offers summer stipends for students working at nonprofits.