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Events & Announcements

Apr. 4, 2018 - The Denver Law Review is currently accepting submissions for its Recent Developments in the Tenth Circuit issue. For details on the issue and submission instructions, please review this document. We look forward to reviewing all submissions!


Mar. 5, 2018 - The Denver Law Review will soon be accepting submissions for the 2018 Emerging Scholar Award. For details on the award including eligibility, award information, and submission instructions, please review this document. We look forward to reviewing all submissions!


2018 Symposium – Uproar: The Intersection of Animals and the Law

Feb. 9, 2018 - Uproar: The Intersection of Animals and the Law The Denver Law Review  presents its Volume 95 Symposium, Uproar: The Intersection of Animals and the Law. Uproar will explore the relationship between animals and the law.

This event is open to the public. To register for this event, please click here.


Volume 95 Staff Announced

The Denver Law Review is excited to announce the Volume 95 Staff. Please join us in congratulating them in this accomplishment and supporting them in continuing the fine tradition of the Denver Law Review. Please click here to view the masthead.

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Vol. 96 Recent Developments in the Tenth Circuit Issue

Every year, the Denver Law Review devotes its second issue to legal issues of special interest to the Tenth Circuit. The purpose of the Tenth Circuit issue is to provide a forum for scholarship by professors, practitioners, judges, and law clerks on topics that have particular importance to the Tenth Circuit and its constituent states—Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, and Wyoming.

Past contributors to this issue have written on a variety of profound topics including: the trial of Aurora, Colorado theater shooter James Holmes; how net neutrality policies can hamper broadband innovation; public access to oral argument recordings within the Tenth Circuit; and the substantive rights of federal prisoners

The Denver Law Review is currently soliciting articles for its Recent Developments in the Tenth Circuit edition, to be published in Issue 2 of Volume 96, scheduled for late 2018. Interested authors should email Natalie Spiess (nspiess19@law.du.edu) and Chelsea Marx (cmarx19@law.du.edu), Case Note and Comment Editors, by Friday, April 30th for more information or to submit an article.

We are excited to continue the Denver Law Review’s tradition of focusing on critical legal issues that hit close to home and hope to work with you on an article.