Archive for ‘November, 2013’

What (Is It) About Bob?

More than 150 people gathered at the University Club on Oct. 29 to reminisce, roast and toast Robert (Bob) J. Kapelke at the annual DBA Seniors…

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Legal Affairs: December

GOOD THINGS Larry Kueter, solo practitioner and DBA member, was announced as the winner of the Land Trust Alliance’s Kingsbury Browne Conservation Leadership Award. Kueter was selected…

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Access To Justice Rally in Supreme Court

In the quiet before the clamor of the upcoming 2014 state legislative session, Denver’s champions of justice for the indigent gathered to bend legislators’ ears in…

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From Where I Stand

  From where I stand, the high plains can be seen for eighty miles to the east and more than one-hundred thirty miles from north to south.…

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Miracle on 34th Street: A thought-provoking legal movie

From festive food and parties to hanging holiday decorations and watching renowned movies, the holiday season always brings forth tradition and warmth. Surprisingly, some holiday traditions…

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Carlos & the Giant Beard: Why One Lawyer is Throwing Away His Razor for Charity

  Strolling through the doors wearing a tie, sports coat, and jeans, Carlos Migoya grins and explains that since we’ll be taking pictures from the waist…

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Not Just for Angry Birds Anymore: Using Your iPad at Work

iPad for Lawyers: Not Just for Angry Birds Anymore Presented By Doug McQuiston from Colorado Bar Association on Vimeo.   I already know what you’re thinking:…

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Top 12 Tech Gifts

When it comes to holiday gifts, books are always a good idea. But it is 2013, and there’s no denying the electrifying appeal of the innumerable…

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Civility in Law: Q&A with Dan McCune and Judge Carparelli

Dear Fellow Bar Members,   In this fireside chat, I interview Judge Russell Carparelli about the significance of civility in the practice of law. One of…

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Three Free Tech Tools to Improve Time Management & Productivity

  Technology is blamed for everything: the inability to connect emotionally with one another, decreased attention spans, increased materialism, growing obesity, poor penmanship, pervasive acne from…

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