The Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law

Welcome to the Ved Nanda Center for International & Comparative Law

Shaping International Law

 

Todd Howland, international human rights, rwanda, colombia, high commissioner      

Todd Howland, JD'86, MA'87, Representative for Columbia for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights presents the 2017 Cox Price International Human Rights Lecture.

Jordan Paust, 2017 Myres S. McDougal Distinguished Lecturer in International Law


Noteworthy

Ved Nanda Selected as Padma Bhushan Award Winner -- Presented by the President and Prime Minister of India

One of the highest civil awards presented by the Government of India, the Padman Award Committee selected only 85 recipients from this year's nomination pool of over 15,700. Of those 85, Nanda was one of 9 to receive the Bhushan award.

Professor Ved Nanda Recognized by Prestigious Indian Award

And, india.com for more about the Padma Awards

Ved Nanda Receives 2018 Louis B. Sohn Award for Public International Law

American Bar Association honors Denver Law’s International Legal Studies Program founder for distinguished contributions to public international law. Read more here.

The Denver Journal of International Law & Policy Announces 2018-2019 (Volume 47) Board

Editor-in-Chief: Alex Mancero

Senior Managing Editor: Melody Fields

Business/Events Editor: Samantha Bloch

Candidacy Editor: Meera Nayak

Online Editor-in-Chief: Christopher Barbera

 

The Denver Journal of International Law & Policy has been a definitive voice in its field for over four decades. The Journal was founded by Professor Ved Nanda in 1971 and has enjoyed the guidance of a world-class Board of Advisors. It is one of the oldest international law journals in the United States of America and is highly ranked internationally. It is an entirely student run publication at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. The Journal is published four times a year thanks to its dedicated staff and editorial board.

March 23rd Denver Post Op-Ed:  Professor Ved Nanda on the direction of U.S. foreign policy upon the ouster of Rex Tillerson and installation of hawkish hardliner Mike Pompeo. Read After Rex Tillerson: Hard or Soft Power? here.

February 2nd Denver Post Op-Ed: The current atmosphere of U.S. - India relations is the topic of Professor Nanda's most recent article, following his January 25-30th visit (watch webcast) as Honorary Professor and Eminent Lecturer at the University of Delhi Law School. Read the story here.


 2018 Leonard v.B. Sutton International Law Essay Winner Selected -- Read the Announcement


 

DATE

TIME AND LOCATION

PROGRAM

LIVESTREAM

SEPTEMBER 27

6:00 P.M. — RICKETSON LAW BLDG 165

2017 COX PRICE HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD

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NOVEMBER 8

5:00 P.M. — RICKETSON LAW BLDG 165

2017 MYRES S. MCDOUGAL DISTINGUISHED LECTURE

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NOVEMBER 17

1:00 – 6:00P.M. — RICKETSON LAW BLDG 165

2017 LEONARD V.B. SUTTON COLLOQUIUM

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For information or to receive notification of upcoming Center programs, contact Anne Aguirre, Nanda Center Program Coordinator | aaguirre@law.du.edu | +1 303.871.6279

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