Archive for ‘August, 2015’

First Amendment Legend Relinquishing Ownership of Legendary Tattered Cover Book Stores ~ By Keith Lewis

Fifteen years ago, Joyce Meskis, Owner of the Tattered Cover Book Store since 1974, stood up to federal and local law enforcement to defend the First…

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Diane B. Davies: Photography Winner for “Nesting” ~ By Julia C. Martinez

Diane B. Davies   Diane Davies’ passion for birdwatching and wildlife photography has prompted her to travel extensively to capture stunning images of birds and other…

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Maha Kamal: Mixed Media Winner for “The Little Prince’s Fox” ~ By Julia C. Martinez

Maha Kamal   There was something about the fox in Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince that has intrigued Maha Kamal since childhood. “I do art…

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Andrew J. Carafelli: Painting Winner for “Morning Solitude” ~ By Julia C. Martinez

Andrew J. Carafelli   Andrew Carafelli’s passion for the American West gleams from the surface of his winning painting, “Morning Solitude.” His piece depicts a lone…

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Erin Agee: Poetry Winner for “Grandpa was a Dowser” ~ By Julia C. Martinez

Erin Agee   Erin Agee’s winning poem, “Grandpa was a Dowser,” strikes a relevant chord for a granddaughter practicing water law. The poem is about her…

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Marie E. Drake: Nonfiction Winner for “Chinese Medicine” ~ By Julia C. Martinez

Marie E. Drake     It doesn’t take much for Marie Drake to turn ideas into brilliant prose. All she needs is a good storyline and…

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Euell Thomas: Fiction Winner for “Mint Julep” ~ By Julia C. Martinez

Euell Thomas   “Storytelling and narratives are a big part of legal advocacy,” said Euell Thomas, a stay-at-home dad and general practice attorney. “You have to…

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2015 Denver Lawyers’ Arts and Literature Contest

This year, we are celebrating the fourth annual Denver Lawyers’ Arts and Literature Contest. The Docket Committee would like to thank all of those who participated.…

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Make A Difference ~ Message from DBA President Janet Drake

      I’ve committed myself to a career in public service because I want to use my law degree to make a positive difference to…

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