Archive for ‘October, 2016’

Picture This ~ November 2016

Docket Arts and Literature Contest Ceremony and Reception   The Fifth Annual Docket Art Party was held at the Mike Wright Gallery on September 15. The…

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Legal Affairs ~ November 2016

GOOD THINGS The February 2016 issue of The Docket, which featured the Super Docket insert celebrating the 50th anniversary of Metro Volunteer Lawyers) received a Luminary…

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Hoops and Ladders ~ By Caitlin Stover

As I walk in, my heart is racing. Over and over again, I remind myself of the early mornings, the late nights, the exhaustion. I remember…

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Riding with the Wheels of Justice in the 27th Courage Classic ~ By Jerry Bowman

I participated in the 27th Courage Classic bicycle tour to benefit the Children’s Hospital Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. The two-day 157-mile bike ride through…

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Moving Beyond “Thank You for Your Service” ~ By Karthik Venkatraj

Our nation continues to experience a groundswell of support for our veterans — a welcome change from the horrific treatment of our Vietnam-era veterans — but…

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An Encounter with Justice Sotomayor from Two Perspectives ~ By Karina Rocha and Melissa Austin

Through the Eyes of Karina Rocha On September 1, 2016, my friend Melissa Austin and I had the opportunity to attend Justice Sotomayor’s VIP event in…

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Seat at the Bar: The Denver Colorado Lawyers for Colorado Veterans Clinic Is Busy! ~ A Message from CLCV Chair Doug Tumminello

It is estimated that veterans make up one third of the adult homeless population. A considerable number of veterans are in need of legal help but…

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Identifying Ethical Issues in Representing Combat Veterans with PTSD ~ By Brooke Meyer

If you practice in criminal law or family law, chances are you have had a client with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Attorneys must be aware of…

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DBA Member Highlight: Jamie H. Hubbard

1. Why did you become a lawyer? Because my liver would not have survived if I continued in my chosen profession of bartending. And I like…

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Litigating Like the Viet Cong: How to Win Against An Opponent with Superior Resources ~ By Mark Cohen

The Vietnam War played witness to the United States’ attempt to prevent communists from taking South Vietnam. Many battles pitted the world’s “mightiest” military power against…

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