DENVER LAW REVIEW
The Denver Law Review is the flagship journal of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. The Denver Law Review strives to publish articles of the highest quality in all areas of the law. The Denver Law Review has proudly featured such distinguished authors as U.S. Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O’Connor, William O. Douglas, and Byron White, noted constitutional law scholar Erwin Chemerinsky, and consumer advocate Ralph Nader. The Denver Law Review actively seeks submissions from professors, practitioners, and judges from all practice areas.
The Denver Law Review is one of the oldest legal journals in the United States. The Denver Law Review dates back to 1923, when its predecessor, the Denver Bar Association Record, began publication. In 1928, the name of the publication was changed to Dicta. The journal was published under that name until 1963, when it became the Denver Law Center Journal. It became the Denver Law Journal in 1966, and the Denver University Law Review in 1985. Finally, the journal became the Denver Law Review in 2015.
Volume 100, Issue 3
DLR Forum was envisioned as a readily accessible, fleet-footed supplement to the Denver Law Review. The Forum combines the agility of a legal blog with the analysis of a traditional law review article. Many of the posts provide immediate updates on emerging legal issues; others provide more substantive analysis in a shorter format than might appear in a traditional print journal. All of the content is designed to promote discussion of important legal issues and to aid in the development of new ideas.
Inter Alia, the periodic podcast from Denver Law Review, is a space for professors, lawyers, and academics to both simplify their discussions and expand on their analyses in Denver Law Review articles.