The Nanda Center advances and fulfills its mission by building out interdisciplinary research and scholarship programs on cross-cutting issues in international law. The Center's scholarship-focused programs further its focus on promoting the rule of law and justice as a hub of expertise within the Sturm College of Law. Learn more about the Nanda Center's contributions to international law scholarship by choosing an item from the list below.
Leonard v.B. Sutton Writing Competition
Held annually since 1967, this competition is for Denver Law Students who may write on any area of international or comparative law.
Occasional Papers & Research
The Center supports the research, development, and publishing of essays or reports that contribute to the debate on a certain topic in international law through its Occasional Paper Series.
Student Stipends for Experiential Internships in International Law
To support scholarship within the law school, the Nanda Center provides summer stipends for students working or interning abroad in the area of international law.
Brooks Nanda Russian Law Fellowship
Currently on hiatus due to global tensions, the Brooks Nanda Russian Law Fellows program, established in 1993, provided the opportunity for a graduate student from Moscow State University Law School to become immersed in how the rule of law works in the U.S. with the goal of fostering goodwill and commitment toward improving legal and political understanding between Russia and the United States.