American Bar Association honors Denver Law’s International Legal Studies Program founder for distinguished contributions to public international law.
Prof. Eli Wald appointed to the Colorado Judicial Ethics Advisory Board. The CJEAB provides advice on ethical issues to judicial officers who request an opinion on prospective conduct. Learn more about the CJEAB here.
Students in the Civil Litigation Clinic (CLC) continued to litigate individual cases on behalf of tenants being evicted from federal housing, victims of domestic violence seeking protection orders and immigration relief, and low-wage workers whose wages are not paid.
ELC Student Attorney Brandy Noriega (l) being interviewed by Univision following oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission’s approval of the 24-well development directly adjacent to the ballfields and playgrounds of Bella Romero Academy in Greeley, Colorado.
Professor Patience Crowder | Community Economic Development Clinic
“Contracting for Complexity: Collective Impact Agreements in Community Economic Development,” 26(1) Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law 63 (Symposium) (2017).
Denver Law’s Legal Externship Program continues to thrive. Overall, our students contributed more than 52,000 hours of work in the field during the Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 semesters. These two semesters alone placed students in over 275 externships. Enrollment in our program has grown almost 30% in two years and the demand continues. Thus far this year, we have added 80 new supervisors to our team, and we expect even more to join this summer, typically our busiest season.
The SEC appointed a host of people, including University of Denver Sturm College of law professor Jay Brown, to their PCAOB board. Read more...