History

The Ved Nanda Center for International & Comparative Law was established in 2006, thanks to the vision and generosity of Douglas Scrivner and other donors, to create a lasting, institutional tribute to Ved Nanda and his 40 years at the DU College of Law, and to do so in a manner that captures Ved's contributions in scholarship, teaching, writing, and relationships. In addition to serving the needs of the current College of Law and University constituents, it would be a center of life-long learning in international and comparative law, a magnet for alumni, academics, practitioners, and other friends of the College of Law and the University, and a vehicle for interdisciplinary collaboration with other constituent parts of the University and perhaps other institutions as well. Its scope would be complementary and supplemental to the International Legal Studies program and the Denver Journal of International Law & Policy. Its subject matter focus would include both public and private international law, and would emphasize the intersection of the two and real-life issues rather than theory.

Ved Nanda

A Celebration in Honor of Professor Ved Nanda

Saturday, February 25, 2017

The Cable Center, University of Denver

Thanks to everyone who could join us. The event was a great success.

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