Archive for ‘April, 2015’

DU Law School’s Tribal Wills Project Delivers Critical Services

  “In the four-cornered landscape of the Colorado River plateau we all revere, our lessons are for and with each other.” —Hon. Gregory Hobbs, Justice of…

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CU Regent Carves Out Unique Career in Law and Public Service

  As lawyers, we are no strangers to the world of higher education. Each of us admitted to the practice of law has at least conquered…

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What Does Leadership Mean to You?

  Leadership: we all recognize it when we see it, but its qualities are elusive in the abstract. Qualities such as good judgment and the self-confidence…

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The Best Podcasts for Lawyers

  A podcast, or in other words, an i-Pod broadcast, is something that people have sometimes heard of, and yet like Shangri-Law, is a destination that…

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The Sales-Phobic Attorney: End the “I Hate Selling” Mantra

  If you’re like most attorneys, you probably can’t stand—or even hate—selling. But without consistent business development efforts, your practice has no chance of thriving. New…

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Ethics are There to Protect Attorneys, Too: A Look at How Rule 254 Can Help Us All

We always discuss ethical obligations as a protection to our clients. We owe a duty to our clients to follow the rules, to protect their confidentiality,…

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Ten Questions with DBA Member Alex Hood

  “Ten Questions” is a Docket feature focused on getting to know DBA members. If you’re interested in being in the spotlight—or know someone else who…

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May: Picture This

  Lawline9 at 9News Anniversary February marked the 22nd year anniversary for Lawline 9 at 9News. Each week volunteers answer questions at 9NEWS on a variety…

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May: Legal Affairs

GOOD THINGS The GLBT Community Center announced that J. Ryann Peyton has been appointed director of The Center’s Legal and Training Program. Wade Warthen, associate at…

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Start Planning Now! More Reading Tutors and Donations Needed for NEXT School Year

  The Denver Bar Association’s Lawyers & Schools Committee is excited to continue its collaboration with the Reading Partners Colorado organization. Because of the great success…

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