Archive for ‘December, 2013’

Picture This: January

Coffee Talk with Chief Justice Michael Bender Chief Justice Michael Bender led an interactive discussion on ethical considerations regarding client confidential information at the DBA-CLE offices…

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Getting Your Hands Dirty: New School Legal Education

A look at DU’s Modern Externship Program Reading cases and Gilbert Law Summaries, writing endless outlines, and even getting embarrassed in class if you can’t remember…

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Legal Affairs: January

GOOD THINGS The National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Inc. selected Debra Hindin-King as the recipient of the organization’s 2013 William R. Robie Leadership Award. Hindin-King has…

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Wellness Brief: What’s all the Fuss Over GMO Foods?

Editor’s note: Wellness Brief is a monthly column that will look at all aspects of health and living well, and offer tips on how to bring…

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West to the 32nd Meridian Quarterly: A Legal Research Column

When the U.S. Congress passed the enabling act that provided for the creation of the State of Colorado and its admission into the union, the original…

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The More Things Change, the More They Remain the Same

Welcome to the newest Colorado Supreme Court Library. Located on the first floor of the recently constructed Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center, the Colorado Supreme…

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New Docket Column: Law Student Chronicles

Last year, approximately 460 students in Colorado began law school. These students are facing a profession and education that some say is in the middle of…

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Jennifer Holt: Law Office by Day, Rodeo by Night

  The National Western Stock show is this month. What does that have to do with “The Docket?” Well it just so happens that one of…

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Surviving and Thriving in Sea Changes

Reflections from the Legal Director at The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual  & Transgender Community Center of Colorado I talk … a lot. Just this year, I’ve had…

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How Will Millennials Transform the Future of Law?

  “It must be nice to leave at 5:30—when I was your age I was in the office until 10 every night.” This line, spoken in…

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