Significant accomplishments of Denver Law and its faculty were featured many times in numerous news outlets during the last academic year. Below are selected highlights.

Professor Ved P. Nanda presented with the Monte Pascoe Civic Leadership Award. August 02, 2012.

ABA Journal reports on Denver Law’s job data transparency. June 27, 2012.

LP Professor & Director David Thomson honored with DU’s Distinguished Teacher Award. June 15, 2012.

The University of Denver to host first presidential debate on October 3rd, 2012. May 21, 2012.

Rebecca Love Kourlis honored with prestigious John Marshall Award. May 18, 2012.

Prof. Jay Brown appointed to SEC’s new Investor Advisory Committee. April 10, 2012.

Denver Law’s International Commercial Arbitration Team won the Moot Shanghai, Vis Competition. March 28, 2012.

LP Prof. David Thomson among Top 50 Most Influential Law Professors on Twitter. March 15, 2012.

Denver Law Environmental Law Clinic wins case against National Forest Service. February 10, 2012.

DU’s Race to the Bottom named top Business Law blawg by ABA Journal. February 08, 2012.

National Jurist ranks Denver Law top 20 school for public interest. January 19, 2012.

DU’s Race to the Bottom makes 2011 ABA Journal Blawg Top 100. December 13, 2011.

Denver Law new home of prestigious Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law. December 06, 2011.

Modern Learning: DU Law and Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers featured in ABA Journal. December 01, 2011.

Denver Law named #6 in country for legal externships. October 31, 2011.

In addition to the successes of Denver Law and its faculty, the law school has also been on the vanguard of modern learning in legal education. Below are two compelling articles by Dean Martin J. Katz.

Retooling legal education: an interview with Dean Martin J. Katz. April 05, 2012.

A message from Dean Katz: The Case for Practical Legal Education. November 21, 2011.