University of Denver. College of Law
- Existence: 1946-2004
Est. 1892 as University of Denver School of Law. Also known as: Denver Law School, the Law Department of the University of Denver 1893- . Changed usage to: University of Denver College of Law in 1945 or 1946. Absorbed Westminster College of Law in 1957. Renamed Sturm College of Law in Sept. 2004.
Sources found: Its Catalog.
Sources found: SERI-ERA Work. on Elect. Util. Involv. in Res. Solar Appl. (1980 : Univ. of Denver) Proceedings ... 1981: t.p. (University of Denver Law School; Denver, Colo.) [info. from GPO]
Sources found: Phone call to the Univ. 3/22/82 (official name is University of Denver, College of Law, not Law School) [info. from GPO]
Sources found: Information from 678 converted Dec. 18, 2014 (Opened Oct. 3, 1892)
Sources notfound: Access for all www page, viewed Feb. 2, 2007: (University of Denver, Sturm College of Law)
Law department organized in 1881.
Sources Board of Trustees Minutes – Volume B: pages 41-42.
School of Law established in October 3, 1892.
Source Breck, A.D. (1996). From the rockies to the world (pg. 79); Board of Trustees Minutes – Volume E: Page 167.
College of Law merges with Westminster College of Law forming the Westminster Association in 1957.
Sources Breck, A.D. (1996). From the rockies to the world (pg. 158); Card Catalog- Academic Units; Board of Trustees Minutes – Volume Q: page 279.
Found in 85 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Menhelsohn Explains Theory to Traffic Safety Conference. Campers Hear Lindell - “Next Four Years Opportunity to Search for Constancies Amid Changing World”. Frosh Hold Nominations for Officers; Four Vacant Offices on Election Slate. Porter, Students Discuss Possibility of Time Capsule. Owens to Talk Today to IRC on “Birmingham-Aftermath!” Parliamentary Law Classes Begin Oct. 2 in Boettcher Aud. Attention, Seniors.
Dates: 1963 October 1
Overview British Don Compares, Analyzes American Policy in Europe, Asia. Faculty Evaluation to Aim at Academic Contributions. U.S. Air Force Academy Prof Joins DU Law School Faculty. News Analysis – Group Reviews Curriculum Content. Winter Carnival Auto Registration.
Dates: 1967 February 24
Overview University Breaks Ground for Classroom Structure. Mass Comm. Adds Masters Program. Chancellor, Raids and “Rights” Seen as Year’s Major Events. Program Tests – Frosh Law Students Given Special Exams. New Fine Arts Club Holds First Show.
Dates: 1967 June 2
Overview John Birch Society founder to lecture on campus Friday. Auto accident kills freshman. GSIS collects newspapers as foreign research source. Law student gives account of parade and anti-parade. Blake on bond in death case. Band, Symphony Orchestra present fall concert.
Dates: 1967 November 14
Overview Luce addresses law students; former IUS head quit in protest. Who’s Who selects seniors for outstanding contributions. Welch claims U.S. helping reds; not trying to end Viet Nam war. Course and faculty evaluation to start within next two weeks. K-Book on sale rest of quarter.
Dates: 1967 November 21
Overview “Miss DU” is Lucy Kaplan. North Korean crises analyzed by International Law professor. Pace talks to legislature to cut marijuana penalty. Guest speakers, “hoopla” forecast for convention. Panel agrees negotiations solution in Middle East.
Dates: 1968 January 30
Overview To preserve Winter Carnival – Student Senate defeats bill of rights day. Girl’s rush starts soon. Parents visit campus Oct. 20-22. Negroes, Spanish Americans - Students fight poverty. College of Law convocation celebrates 75th anniversary.
Dates: 1967 October 6
Overview Applications now open for Senate positions. Mitchell received Optimist Reward. Luncheon features McCrosky. No substitute for skill in skiing accidents. NPC needs students to establish bases. Business, law united. Directory sets release date. Deadlines announced.
Dates: 1968 December 2
Overview Rosenthal resigns AUSA; Lancelot new President. Law school offers course. Candidates discuss goals intended for AUSA platform. “Witch” unfolds January 17. Winter Carnival packets at Union.
Dates: 1970 January 9
Overview Crowd converges on administrators. National protests continue as many campuses close. UPC law seminar happens today. Solidarity of liberation groups urged by Panthers. KVDU campus radio joins national strike network. Strike Calendar.
Dates: 1970 May 7