International and Comparative Law

Denver Law to Host Bi-Annual Conference of the American Branch of the International Law Association: ILE-West 2013 “International Law and Human Security in the 21st Century” Friday and Saturday March 1 and 2, 2013

“Human Security” is a concept which is increasingly impacting economic, social and political policies.  Yet, as one legal scholar notes: [d]espite its relevance to central questions of international law, human security has until very recently received little attention from international lawyers.”[1]  This year’s ILW-West Conference addresses the critical question:  “What does “Human Security” mean for […]


Nanda Center hosts 45th Annual Leonard v.B. Sutton Colloquium on “Approaching the Limits of Growth in the 21st Century”

Nanda Center hosts 45th Annual Leonard v.B. Sutton Colloquium on "Approaching the Limits of Growth in the 21st Century"

Register Here. Date: Saturday, November 10, 2012 from 8:00am – 5:00pm Location: Ricketson Law Building Room 165 with reception to follow in the Forum In today’s world we aspire to foster economic growth and to achieve sustainability. But are these two goals compatible? In light of the shortcomings of the Rio + 20 Earth Summit, […]


Law School enters agreement with the Trial Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

Law School enters agreement with the Trial Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

  The University of Denver Sturm College of Law is privileged to announce that its International Criminal Law Practicum has entered into an unique agreement with the Trial Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) to provide analysis and research in compliance with the ECCC Internal Rules. The Trial Chamber is […]


40th Year Anniversary Celebration for Denver Journal of International Law & Policy

http://djilp.org/1890/djilp-celebrates-its-40th-anniversary/


The Arab Spring: Nanda Center Hosting Timely International Law Conference

The Arab Spring: Nanda Center Hosting Timely International Law Conference

Whether or not one is interested or engaged in international news or current events, it is nevertheless hard not to be captivated by the recent revolts and democratic movements in the Middle East and North Africa.  Day after day since last spring, the media and the world have watched, captivated, as protests turned into full […]


Recent Sturm College of Law International Legal Studies Program Grad Credits War Crimes Class for Once-in-a-Lifetime Internship

Recent Sturm College of Law International Legal Studies Program Grad Credits War Crimes Class for Once-in-a-Lifetime Internship

My name is Kate Campbell.  I am a recent grad of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and its International Legal Studies Program.  I’d love to take this opportunity to tell you about my current internship and how my participation in Professor David Akerson’s War Crimes Practicum led to this exciting opportunity.   On […]


Save the Date for the 44th Annual Sutton Colloquium and the 35th Annual Myres S. McDougal Distinguished Lecture in International Law- The Arab Spring and Its Unfinished Business: Law and Policy Issues

Save the Date for the 44th Annual Sutton Colloquium and the 35th Annual Myres S. McDougal Distinguished Lecture in International Law- The Arab Spring and Its Unfinished Business: Law and Policy Issues

It’s time to Save the Date for the Ved Nanda Center’s 44th Annual Sutton Colloquium!   This year’s conference, which addresses legal issues surrounding the responsibility to protect, legal and policy issues surrounding democratization and democratic movements in a post-911 world, and other unfinished business of the Arab Spring, will take place on Saturday November 5, […]


Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law partnering with Denver Journal of International Law and Policy to Join the Blogosphere

The Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law and the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy (DJILP) plan on airing their new International Law focused blog in August of this year.  The blog, called The View From Above International Law at 5,280 Feet, will feature commentaries and publications from both students and legal scholars on […]


International Legal Studies Program Year in Review

International Legal Studies Program Year in Review

In light of the May 1st launch of the DU Strategic Plan Blog and April 28th 2010/11 Academic Year End, I’d like to take this opportunity to provide you with a “Year In Review” of the  International Legal Studies Program. In August of 2010, one week before the start of the Fall 2010/11 semester, the Ved Nanda […]


International and Comparative Law

This established, internationally-recognized program will maintain a distinctive center of learning and expertise as it prepares students for leadership in both public and private settings. The program will expand its offerings through joint programs with the Josef Korbel School of International Studies and the Daniels College of Business.


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