Posts tagged ‘denver law’

Law Student Chronicles First-Year Perspective: The Best is Yet to Come

  Editor’s note: We asked four 1L law students—two from Colorado Law and two from Denver Law—to submit articles for our new column, “Law Student Chronicles,”…

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Law Student Chronicles: And Baby Makes Three

  As you may know, the Law Student Chronicles is a new column giving Docket readers a glimpse into what the typical law school experience is…

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Law Student Chronicles: Shaquille Turner’s Community

Yesterday I submitted my trial brief, and what I learned from the experience was astounding: Two legal minds really are better than one. In a matter…

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Getting Your Hands Dirty: New School Legal Education

A look at DU’s Modern Externship Program Reading cases and Gilbert Law Summaries, writing endless outlines, and even getting embarrassed in class if you can’t remember…

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New Docket Column: Law Student Chronicles

Last year, approximately 460 students in Colorado began law school. These students are facing a profession and education that some say is in the middle of…

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Disparity for Women in Law: Q&A with Dan McCune and Professor Joyce Sterling

Dear Fellow Bar Members, I’m here today with Professor Joyce Sterling at the Denver University Sturm College of Law to talk about whether a glass ceiling…

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