The Denver Law Review publishes four times a year and contains articles of general interest to both the legal profession and academia. Most of the articles are authored by law professors, judges, and practicing attorneys. In addition, the Denver Law Review publishes up to four student comments throughout the year.
Each volume includes a Tenth Circuit Survey Issue, featuring Denver Law Review member-authored comments on recent trends and decisions in the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, as well as a Symposium Issue devoted to papers presented by national scholars at our annual symposium.
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