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Denver Law Welcomes New Professors & Scholars

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2022 new faculty

New Faculty at the Sturm College of Law

The Sturm College of Law is delighted to welcome four new faculty members to the law school this academic year. We are privileged to have such dedicated and accomplished colleagues join our academic community.

New Faculty

Laurent Sacharoff, Professor of Law & Maxine Kurtz Faculty Research Scholar
JD, Columbia Law School
BA, Princeton University

Professor Sacharoff is an expert on the history, theory, and practice of the Fourth and Fifth Amendments. He also writes on the subject of computer law and crime, with particular attention to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. His recent article The Broken Fourth Amendment Oath appeared in the Stanford Law Review. Learn More

Visiting Faculty

Julie Cramer, Visiting Professor of Law
JD, UCLA School of Law

Professor Cramer joins Denver Law as a visiting professor in our Criminal Defense Clinic. For the past thirteen years, she served as a faculty member at the UCLA School of Law, where she co-directed the Criminal Defense Clinic. In that capacity, she represented clients in federal trial and post-conviction proceedings, including successfully securing executive clemency for a client serving a life sentence in federal prison. Learn More

Elizabeth Jordan, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law
JD, New York University School of Law
BA, Yale University

Professor Jordan joins the Sturm College of Law as director of the Immigration Law & Policy Clinic, which represents clients in immigration detention and advances policy work in the realm of immigration law. Her prior legal practice has focused on advancing human rights through trauma-informed, cross-cultural representation of clients at the intersection of immigration, disability, and criminal law. Learn More

Aurora Randolph, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law
JD, University of Denver Sturm College of Law
BA, University of Colorado at Boulder

Professor Randolph serves as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Civil Rights Clinic, which represents clients in cases involving conditions of confinement. She has extensive experience representing incarcerated individuals and their families. Learn More