Programs, Projects & Centers
Through active advocacy and fortitude, the Denver Law community works tirelessly to make an impact on the world through plethora of programs, projects and centers. See all the areas where we are making a difference.
Animal Law Program
The DU Animal Law Program is the only animal law program in the Rocky Mountain region of the United States and seeks to educate the next generation of attorneys who want to protect the interests and well-being of non-humans.
Constitutional Rights and Remedies Program
The Constitutional Rights and Remedies Program allows you to focus on the nature, scope, viability, and limits of litigating federal constitutional rights through traditional classes, simulation courses, conferences, public lectures, and pro bono litigation.
Homeless Advocacy Policy Project
The Homeless Advocacy Policy Project (HAPP) at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law is a student-driven project focused on researching the laws criminalizing homelessness and advocating for the rights of homeless individuals.
Rocky Mountain Collective on Race, Place & Law
The Rocky Mountain Collective on Race, Place, and Law (RPL) is a group of Colorado legal academics and administrators working together to identify and address racial inequities in the U.S. and around the globe. We offer a critical lens on the complex dynamics of power, locality, and law, and their impact on subordinated communities.
The Ved Nanda Center for International & Comparative Law
The Ved Nanda Center for International & Comparative Law focuses equally on public and private international law, particularly emphasizing the intersection of the two in the real world of legal practice.