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As the lead child advocacy agency in Colorado, the Children’s Law Center has expanded their services to include special education representation for low-income children with disabilities. Through this program, the Children’s Law Center offers free training and ongoing support for pro bono attorneys who advocate for children with disabilities. Without legal advocacy when it is needed, […]

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On March 11th, the first SMART Program will be held at the CBA CLE offices. SMART (Solo Management Attorney Resource Team) will be a quarterly program geared toward experienced solo or small firm members who are looking for ways to improve their practice; specifically those who have been practicing for 6 months to one year. […]

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The Solo-Small Firm Networking Holiday Party was held on Thursday, Dec. 12 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Warwick Hotel. The event was held for members of the CBA Solo-Small Firm Practice Section. Solo and small firms make up about 65% of all Colorado attorneys. This section focuses on dealing with the nuts […]

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Carlos Migoya Vimeo from Colorado Bar Association on Vimeo. After graduating from the University of Denver (DU) Sturm College of Law in 2004, Carlos Migoya started his own practice from his best friend’s basement. That bold endeavor has since proven to be a great choice – The Migoya Law Firm LLC is a successful solo […]

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20 CBA Solo and Small Firm Section members gathered on July 25 for a fast-paced, professionally facilitated interactive workshop lead by Kevin Rhodes to discuss what practice management issues exasperate the solo practitioner the most. Food and drink were enjoyed while members mingled and networked and discussed their own experiences and tactics for handling those […]

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Here’s a picture I took last month at Hanging Lake – that beautiful travertine lake in Glenwood Canyon.  Just a reminder to get outside and enjoy the natural beauty of Colorado (but don’t forget the sunscreen). OK, it’s July – the 8th of July in fact – and how is your summer going?  Is it quieter than usual? […]

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I recently made the decision to move my practice to southwest Colorado, to a rural town named Pagosa Springs.  A couple of older attorneys had recently become unable to practice in the town and the one remaining solo practitioner here, who is in his late 70s, had been talking me into moving for about a […]

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First, we start with the dancing alone (OK, I really wanted to get some get some tap dancing footage in here, and YouTube didn’t disappoint).  When I last saw Savion Glover in Boulder, he was tapping to classical music.  Here’s a fairly old clip, but it’s classic Savion. I love watching this guy tap.  Yep, […]

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So there I was: standing in the waiting room for municipal court, asking the clerk if my case could be called so I could avoid billing my client for unnecessary waiting time. The hamster turning the wheel inside my brain had just completely stopped, and I was absolutely dumbfounded by the clerk’s question. In fact, […]

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On Wednesday, Feb. 27, women solos (and CBA Law Practice Management Director Reba Nance) gathered once again at the Denver Tea Room for tea, scones, and a howling good time.  With nearly 20 in our WOLF pack, shorthand for women-0wned law firm, we started with introductions and played a version of musical chairs not unlike […]

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