Archive for ‘April, 2014’

The Business Side of Going Green: How to measure it and how to get recognized

A school facilities manager looked at me once and said: “We don’t need a plaque to tell us we built a green school.” “You might not…

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Picture This: May

Introducing STRATUM: A New Co-working Space for DBA Members The Denver Bar Association hosted the Stratum ribbon-cutting and happy hour event on Tuesday, April 8. Stratum…

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Law Student Chronicles: Three Things I Learned About Law School “Success” Through the Armstrong Pullup Program

  Editor’s note: We asked four 1L law students—two from Colorado Law and two from Denver Law—to submit articles for our new column, “Law Student Chronicles,”…

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A Lawyer’s Guide to Going Paperless

  Going completely “paperless” in many law firms is not yet possible, but aiming for an office with much less paper is not only possible, but…

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Green Bar Review: City O City

  Keeping with May’s “green” theme, The Docket Committee’s choice for a “green bar” was vegetarian and vegan restaurant City O’ City. Located in the Capitol…

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Legal Affairs: May

GOOD THINGS The Bachus & Schanker Cares Foundation contributed more than $85,000 to 19 organizations in 2013. In addition, the team of 55 attorneys and staff…

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Retrofitting Your Office

  In 15 years in the field of architecture, I have been confronted almost daily with issues of sustainability in design. But, I also have taken…

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Why Every Vote Matters in Colorado

  It’s an election year with federal and state officers set to appear on the ballot. But really, every year is an election year in Colorado…

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From the President: Fireside Chat With Heather Purcell Leja

  Dear Fellow Bar Members,   During my presidency, I have tried to emphasize the importance of staying “fit to practice,” as well as the importance…

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