Part-Time Student Resources
This page includes resources specifically relevant to or created specifically for part-time students of all programs at the Sturm College of Law. Information or resources that generally apply to all students can be found on relevant University of Denver or Denver Law webpages. If you have any questions about the information on this page, please contact Student Affairs at Student_Affairs@law.du.edu.
Scheduling Appointments with Law Departments and Programs
Please complete this form to contact a specific law school department or program to set-up a meeting in-person, over the phone, or using Zoom, DU’s videoconferencing software. For the following departments or contacts, please consider using their prescribed methods for a more immediate response:
- Career Development: Please consider scheduling through the CDO Symplicity system https://law-denver-csm.symplicity.com/ or calling CDO at (303) 871-6124.
- Student Financial Management, Jennifer Quinn (firstname.lastname@example.org): To schedule an appointment with Jennifer Quinn, go to the “Law Student” tab in PioneerWeb, look under the “Calendars and Announcements” section, and click on “Schedule an Appointment with Student Financial Management.”
- Law Library: Visit https://law-du.libanswers.com/index. You can chat with a librarian, submit a question, email or call.
- Legal Writing Clinic: Visit to the “Legal Writing Clinic – Professional JD Program” TWEN page; password “JD2023”
- To contact the Student Bar Association, email them at .
- To contact a student organization, visit the Student Organizations webpage.
Professional Part-Time JD Program Students
Law School Classes
To request a recording of a class, first request permission from the professor to record the class. Then, complete the “Request to Tape a Law School Class or Event” in the Online Petition System, attaching the permission provided from the professor. Requests submitted without professor permission will be denied. If permission was verbally granted, please provide this in your "Reason for Request." Requests should be submitted in a timely manner (ideally within 24 hours) to ensure recording. Recordings are made available for review for two weeks.
Reminder: Reviewing class recordings is not a substitution for in-class attendance.
Law School Events or Presentations
Many presentations or events organized by student organizations and various law departments happen on weekdays due to the large volume of students in the building during the week. To take advantage of the content of these events, you can request a recording following the instructions below:
To request a recording of a law school event, first request permission to record from the event organizer. You can retrieve this information by going to the Law School Events Calendar and clicking on the specific event or by clicking on the information made available in the weekly and daily events and announcements emails from Student Affairs. Then, complete the “Request to Tape a Law School Class or Event” form, attaching the permission provided. Requests submitted without organizer permission will be denied. Requests should be submitted in a timely manner (within 24 hours) to ensure recording. Recordings are made available for review for two weeks.