51st Leonard v.B. Sutton Colloquium in International Law
This year's Sutton Colloquium and accompanying Cox Price Human Rights Award Lecture recognized the 70th Anniversary of the U.N. Declaration on Human Rights with the theme Human Rights and Human Dignity in Uncertain Times. Held on Saturday, November 10 at the Sturm College of Law, this was the 51st annually-held Colloquium – only the American Society of International Law has held more annual conferences specifically on International Law in this country. In attendance were DU and Sturm College of Law alumni, faculty, and students,, in addition to members of the general community. Among the speakers were nine faculty members from Denver Law and the Korbel School of International Studies. The Cox Price Lecture was given by Daniel Magraw, Senior Fellow at the Johns Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute, who also teaches at their School of Advanced International Studies. He is President Emeritus of the Center for International Environmental Law in Washington, D.C.
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The Leonard v.B. Sutton Colloquium in International Law is named for a former Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court who was a long-time supporter of the International Legal Studies Program at Denver Law. Held annually since 1967, the Colloquium unites students, faculty and members of Denver’s legal community. Well-known authorities and foreign dignitaries present panel discussions on current international issues.
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ABOUT THE LEONARD v.B. SUTTON COLLOQUIUM IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
The Leonard v.B. Sutton Colloquium in International Law (The Sutton Colloquium) was named for a former Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court who was a close friend and longtime supporter of the International Legal Studies Program (ILSP).
Held annually since 1967, the Colloquium unites students, faculty and members of Denver’s legal community. Well-known authorities and foreign dignitaries present lectures and panel discussions on current international issues. The resulting papers are then collected into a special issue of the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy. As is the case with most of the ILSP’s programming, student members of the International Law Society and Denver Journal of International Law and Policy collaborate with staff of the ILSP and the Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law to coordinate all aspects of the program—from speaker invitations to publication of the papers.
The Ved Nanda Center for International & Comparative Law was established in 2006 thanks to the vision and generosity of Douglas Scrivner and other donors. The mission of the Nanda Center is supported by the strength and talent of the Nanda Center Board, the Sturm College of Law, and its dedicated donors. For more information about the Nanda Center and upcoming programs and events, visit http://www.law.du.edu/ved-nanda-center-for-international-law .
The Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law's programs drive its mission of excellence in legal research and scholarship at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law
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