Certificates and Pathways at Denver Law
An undeniable trend in the legal profession is toward specialization in practice. Denver Law responds with opportunities for our students to dive deeply into one or more areas of law during their second and third years.
CERTIFICATES. Denver Law offers Certificates, earned as you complete the requirements for your JD, in six areas of the law. Each Certificate program features a customized curriculum. See requirements to earn each Certificate below:
- Constitutional Rights and Remedies
- Corporate and Commercial Law
- Environmental and Natural Resources Law
- International Legal Studies
- Intellectual Property
- Workplace Law
PETITION for your Certificate: during your last semester prior to graduation:
- Environmental and Natural Resources Law Certificate >>
- Workplace Law Certificate »
- International Law Certificate »
- Corporate and Commercial Law Certificate »
- Constitutional Rights and Remedies Certificate »
- Intellectual Property Certificate »
PATHWAYS. To complement the Certificate programs, we constructed the following pathways in various areas of the law to guide your course choices.
- Civil Litigation
- Civil Rights Advocacy
- Criminal Law – Defense
- Criminal Law – Prosecution
- Education Law
- Employment Law
- Energy Law
- Family Law
- Immigration Law
- Judicial Clerkships
- Marijuana Law
- Non-Profit and Public Interest Law
- Public International Law
- Sustainability and Community Development
PUBLIC GOOD DISTINCTION. Students demonstrating commitment to public interest law are awarded the Public Good Distinction upon graduation. See more information and the requirements to be met here.
CERTIFICATES IN LEGAL RESEARCH. Three Certificates in Legal Research are earned by attending non-credit courses taught by law librarians throughout the year. Learn more here.