University of Denver, Sturm College of Law

University of Denver Sturm College of Law students don't just study law, they experience it. As a recognized leader in training practice-ready graduates, we are the only law school in the nation with three practical skills programs ranked in the top 10 by U.S. News & World Report. Our global, innovative classroom curricula, hands-on educational experiences and location in one of the most dynamic cities in the nation gives our JD, LLM and master's students the advantage in the legal marketplace.

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In this article, I outline what the near future will look like for law firms and legal departments, what people want from leaders during times of crisis, and four commitments leaders need to address as they plan to lead through a crisis.   What the next two to three months will look like As of this writing (March 16, 2020), we can make some predictions about what the next two or three months will look…
As an entering 1L, you already know how to succeed academically, and are constantly receiving advice on how to ace your classes. However, there is minimal advice on how to manage law school with your life. Everyone talks about the work-life balance, but what about the school-life balance? Here are some tips to achieve a healthy, active, and balanced life as a 1L and throughout law school Meal Prep When I first heard of meal prep, I scoffed…
Content Pilot has released their 2016 Global 50 Website ranking and report, updating their foundational best practices for law firm web site design.  To download the free report, go here: http://www.contentpilot.net/Subscribe Morgan Lewis was the only firm to score an “Excellent” rating of 85.4%.   The report takes a global look at law firm websites, including how well their content communicates their brand on an international scale, translations available, and usability.  The report is a…
Great advice here on developing “pitches” vs. custom proposals. Clients don’t like to be “pitched”.  Nobody does. Instead, focus your time and energy on understanding their needs and preferences, and develop a custom proposal that offers valuable help.  Read Tim Corcoran’s blog post here.…
The legal profession, marketing technology, and clients’ buying habits are changing dramatically. Lawyers need to think differently about marketing, lead generation, big data, project delivery and leadership. Here are 10 things that should be on your radar, starting now. 1. Data-driven business development. At the 2016 Legal Marketing Association Technology Conference, JD Supra’s Adrian Lurssen demonstrated how they are using readership data to help law firms identify highly engaged prospects and pursue them with a…
Welcome to iMarketLaw! My name is Mark Beese and I teach Strategic Marketing and Business Development at the University of Denver Sturm School of Law.   J.D. and M.S.L.A Students learn about law firm strategy, marketing, business development, client service, innovation and social media throughout the semester. Thanks to LexBlog, this year we are offering hands-on training on blogging and the use of social media to grow a legal practice.  LexBlog President Kevin O’Keefe…