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Making the decision to hang your shingle as a solo attorney can be challenging from both a financial and logistical perspective. When you are a new solo attorney, you must make quite a few difficult decisions on both how and where you will operate your business. One of the most significant decisions you must make […]

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Everyone wants to find the right work-life balance. No matter the profession, the ability to balance your life at work with your life at home can be a struggle. Especially in your early professional years, it can be challenging to find enough time for yourself and for your family. In order to succeed professionally, you […]

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Deadline: October 31, 2015 Commissioners are volunteers and serve six-year terms, interviewing and nominating applicants for judicial vacancies. Non-attorneys are appointed by the Governor; attorneys are appointed by the Governor, together with the Chief Justice and the Attorney General. More information on nominating commissions may be found here. Applications will only be accepted through October […]

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The final meeting of the 2014-2015 Solo Small Firm Executive Council was held on April 22, 2015. Thank you to outgoing Council members: Barb Cashman, Matt Hand and Mark Miller! Welcome to new Council members: Stephanie Suzanne, Tomasz Stasiuk and Jerry Bowman. The 2015-2016 Executive Council members are: Karen Kishbaugh (Chair), Michele Clark (Chair Elect), […]

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Colorado Judicial Institute is pleased to once again present this popular CLE program designed to promote education and interaction with some of Colorado’s top judges and attorneys. Participants will be separated into small groups and rotate through their choice of eight topics from which they can make inquiries and gain insight from established judges and […]

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The Colorado Supreme Court is seeking public comment on proposed changes to the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure. Amendments to rules 1, 12, 16, 16.1, 26, 30, 31, 34, 37, 54, and 121, § 1-22 are proposed; some of the amendments, including those for Rule 16, “Case Management and Trial Management,” are extensive.  A redline […]

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Celebrate Earth Day early, give back to your community, and network with local lawyers and their family and friends! The CBA and Boulder County bar associations are seeking volunteers to help plant trees in areas devastated by the 2013 flood. Volunteers are needed on Saturday, April 4 at 10 a.m. in Eastern Boulder County, just […]

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The Colorado Judicial Branch continues with its rollout of e-filing for criminal cases this year.  Criminal e-filing is now live and mandatory in Adams and Broomfield counties as of March 2, 2015.  Click here to access the 17th’s mandatory e-filing order and a flyer with frequently asked questions about criminal e-filing.  Click here to follow […]

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W.O.L.F. Pack (Women Owned Law Firms) — Quarterly networking events for women who own (or are thinking about starting) their own law firms. Meetings are held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The Denver Tea Room, 1165 South Broadway, Denver, CO 80210 (new address!). Tickets are $20 per person (plus tax and gratuity), which include […]

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2nd Annual DBA Health Fair

by Alexa Drago on January 2, 2015

Thursday, Jan. 8 Denver Bar Association, 1900 Grant St, Ste 900 Your Health is Worth $10 and an Hour of Your Time. For only $10, you’ll earn one ethics credit and learn about how to better manage stress within your practice, receive a biometric screening with cholesterol, glucose and body composition tests, have an opportunity […]

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