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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:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 79, issue 81, 1975 April 25

Identifier: clarion_v079i81_19750425
Overview Report Suggests Increasing DU Scholarships. Kiely and Richardson Elected Law Presidents. Funding Forms Due 30th. Summer Insurance from $7. Committees Report At Senate Meeting.
Dates: 1975 April 25

The Denver Clarion, vol. 80, issue 27, 1975 October 22

Identifier: clarion_v080i27_19751022
Overview United Farm Workers Head – Law Students Challenge Ordinance. Report from New Vietnam. Veterans to Celebrate. Volunteer Center Wants Your Blood.
Dates: 1975 October 22

The Denver Clarion, vol. 80, issue 5, 1975 July 16

Identifier: clarion_v080i05_19750716
Overview Infirmary Closed Will Not Reopen. Progress Made by Park Manor Residents Tenants Organization Moves Ahead. Law School to Sponsor International Womens Day. Publishing Seminar to be Held at School of Librarianship. 2nd SOAR Set.
Dates: 1975 July 16

The Denver Clarion, vol. 80, issue 62, 1976 February 25

Identifier: clarion_v080i62_19760225
Overview False Alarm Strikes Halls. Student Assistant Staff Selection. Nanda Speaks at Law School. Gould Announces Foreign Study. Stereo Supplement Inside.
Dates: 1976 February 25

The Denver Clarion, vol. 80, issue 66, 1976 March 5

Identifier: clarion_v080i66_19760305
Overview Thomas Keynotes Founder’s Day. Kissinger to Speak at DU? Security Authority Questioned – Law Student Sues University. Court Decides on Election Dates.
Dates: 1976 March 5

The Denver Clarion, vol. 80, issue 71, 1976 April 2

Identifier: clarion_v080i71_19760402
Overview Judaic Center Receives $10,000. Election Results: Conley Victorious. Hart, Armstrong to Debate Here. Israel Talk Set. Law Student Suit Rescheduled.
Dates: 1976 April 2

The Denver Clarion, vol. 80, issue 79, 1976 April 21

Identifier: clarion_v080i79_19760421
Overview Law Student vs. DU – Law Suit Settlement Possible. Daniel Schorr Speech Confirmed. The Clarion Endorsements.
Dates: 1976 April 21

The Denver Clarion, vol. 80, issue 82, 1976 April 28

Identifier: clarion_v080i82_19760428
Overview Bookstore Policy Committee – Report to be Presented. Law Suit Settled.
Dates: 1976 April 28

The Denver Clarion, vol. 80, issue 83, 1976 April 30

Identifier: clarion_v080i83_19760430
Overview Case Sets Precedent. Energy Debate Tuesday. New Class Studies Energy Sources. Need for Strong Presidency Told.
Dates: 1976 April 30

The Denver Clarion, vol. 88, issue 13, 1982 October 25

Identifier: clarion_v088i13_19821025
Overview Walich: Fiscal Policy Similar to That of 1920s.United Nations Diplomacy Topic At College of Law Discussion.
Dates: 1982 October 25