Archive for ‘March, 2015’

Lirpa v. Loof Industries: Silver Lining Behind the Marijuana Cloud?

    While legalized cannabis has been booming in Colorado, parking pot proceeds in the bank has been impossible due to federal laws criminalizing marijuana manufacture…

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Restaurant Review: Home

  Our newest find, “Home,” one of Denver’s newest east eateries, is an absolute must try! During the ’90s, restaurants typically served huge portions: nachos, hamburgers…

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Leveraging Technology to Spur Juror Engagement

  Keeping jurors engaged during trials that stretch from hours to days and even weeks is a challenge during even the most compelling and important cases.…

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Interview Segment to be Added to the Bar Exam to Improve Professionalism

  Bar examiners announced recently that the July 2015 Bar exam is adding an interview portion on the third day to attempt to “weed out the…

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Jurors For Hire

  In a development never before reported in the annals of jurisprudence, people in Denver are literally lining up for jury duty. Is this a refreshing…

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From the President: The DBA Supports Colorado Lawyers for Colorado Veterans

  “As Memorial Day approaches we need to recall why CLCV was formed—to serve veterans in our community who need and deserve our help.” Although Colorado…

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Picture This: April

DBA YLD Barristers After Hours at Dorchester Denver Bar Association Young Lawyers Division held its monthly Barristers After Hours on Thursday, Feb. 19, at a new…

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Legal Affairs: April

GOOD THINGS WeeCycle named Denver attorney Ilene Lin Bloom 2015 Volunteer of the Year. Bloom is a Consulting Attorney for Sherman and Howard, LLC. Bloom will be honored…

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A Big Denver Welcome to the Auraria School of Law

  When the news hit the Denver legal community that a law school was opening in town in fall 2015—The Auraria School of Law— there was…

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Entire Law School Curriculum Merely An Elaborate Practical Joke

  Harvard historians recently uncovered a never-before-seen letter found among the writings of the late Dean of Harvard Law School and founder of the Socratic case…

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