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Denver Journal of International Law & Policy (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Denver Journal of International Law & Policy
The Denver Journal of International Law & Policy has been a definitive voice in its field for nearly five decades. The Journal was founded by Professor Ved Nanda in 1971 at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. The Journal publishes legal scholarship exploring the intersection of international law and policy and their implications for the larger international community. The Denver Journal of International Law & Policy is published three times per year thanks to its dedicated student staff, editorial board, and faculty advisor.
Visit the Online Forum at http://djilp.org/.
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Denver Law Review (Denver Law Review)
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.
For more information about the Denver Law Review, including candidacy and submission information, and to review current and past issues, please visit denverlawreview.org.
Denver Law Review Forum (Denver Law Review)
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.
This repository contains DLR Forum articles from 2013 - 2018. For articles published within the past two years, visit the DLR Forum website at https://www.denverlawreview.org/dlr-forum
Welcome to the archive of the DU Undergraduate Research Journal.
The DU Undergraduate Research Journal is a biannual, peer reviewed publication of research articles from all undergraduate disciplines. The mission of DUURJ is to encourage, recognize, and celebrate intellectual activity that occurs outside of the classroom, though exemplary research conducted in classroom settings may also be displayed. The journal staff is comprised entirely of DU undergraduate students and works in conjunction with the Undergraduate Research Association to promote academic research across all disciplines.
DUURJ accepts manuscripts on a rolling basis. For information on submission guidelines, click here. If you have questions about how to submit, please see here or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in joining DUURJ as an editor, please email us at email@example.com.
Human Rights & Human Welfare (Josef Korbel School of International Studies)
Human Rights & Human Welfare is an online journal specializing in unique forms of academic literature review. Our five sections of content offer a wide range of resources for scholars and students: Review Essays, Book Notes, Roundtable, Topical Research Digest, and Working Papers.
See the About This Journal for more information on each of these content types.
An archival collection of abstracts and programs for the Rocky Mountain Conference on Magnetic Resonance (RMCMR) from 1958 to present..
The Liminal: Interdisciplinary Journal of Technology in Education
The Liminal is an open access peer-reviewed journal. All accepted submissions will be published on Digital Commons of the University of Denver.
The next edition of The Liminal is currently under consideration and is tentatively scheduled for Summer/ Fall 2021.
The Liminal publishes open access peer-reviewed papers, case studies, reflections on current issues, reviews of books, reviews of games, comments on articles and discussions related to the mission of the journal. This online open access journal may remain in a state of perpetual beta just like technology and education are.
The publication language of the journal is English with selected pieces translated into French. We encourage inclusion of bilingual terms, quotes and references.