For 50 years after serving in Vietnam, veteran and Purple Heart recipient “Bill,” did not receive Veterans Affairs (VA) disability compensation benefits for the injuries he received in the country.
After an intensive three-week-long orientation, student attorneys in Denver Law’s Criminal Defense Clinic (CDC) are now in full swing for the Fall 2019 semester.
Now entering its second year, the Immigration Law & Policy Clinic (ILPC) continues to defend the rights of immigrants ensnared at the intersection of criminal and immigration law.
Research by University of Denver Sturm College of Law students Grace Osberg and Evan Healey, as well as international counterparts from six different nations was recently selected for publication in the prestigious and highly selective Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law, which is published by the International Bar Association.
Students litigated a host of cases in the Civil Litigation Clinic (CLC), including civil protection order, housing, immigration, guardian ad litem and family law cases over the 2018-2019 academic year.
The Civil Rights Clinic (CRC) started the academic year with a two-day federal bench trial in front of the United States District Court for the District of Colorado in late August.