Archive for ‘May, 2018’

Picture This

  Legal Aid Foundation 2018 Associates Campaign The success of the Legal Aid Foundation’s 2018 Associates Campaign was celebrated at a reception hosted by Hogan Lovells…

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Legal Affairs

  GOOD THINGS Arnulfo D. Hernandez, Managing Partner of Hernandez & Associates, P.C., was named to Law Week Colorado’s 2018 Top Litigators. John M. McHugh, a…

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Drones Descend on Denver At AUVSI XPO: What Does It Mean For Lawyers?

  ast month, the City of Denver hosted XPONENTIAL, the annual conference and trade show of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI). AUVSI is…

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The Lawless Landscape of Legal Writing

  Think. Good legal writing is not about following rules. Good legal writing is good judgment. Test and improve your judgment with two guidelines.   Have…

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Report from the Colorado Bar’s 3rd Annual Journey to Cuba

  his April, a delegation of 19 attorneys and their partners participated in the 3rd annual Journey to Cuba, sponsored by the CBA, Colorado Women’s Bar…

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COLAP Wellness Corner : Build Your Resiliency to Change in Uncertain Times

  “Everything changes and nothing stands still.” ~Heraclitus         As Heraclitus and many other philosophers and theologians have pointed out over the ages,…

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In Their Own Words : The Winners Of The 2018 DBA Awards

  The annual DBA Awards recognize outstanding attorneys and legal programs in the Denver area. Each of the award winners was nominated by their peers as…

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The Colorado Judiciary by the Numbers

    Dan Cordova is a dual-degree lawyer-librarian, currently serving as the Colorado Supreme Court Librarian. He manages legal research and reference services for the Bench,…

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On The Town : An Interview With Yvette Lewis-Molock

  Yvette Lewis-Molock is an Assistant General Counsel at Xcel Energy. I have gotten to known Yvette over nearly 15 years. She has an interesting background…

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Briefly

  Q : In what state did legislators put forth a bill that would have legally defined the value of pi as 3.2? A : Indiana…

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