Posts from the ‘DBA Community’ category

Denver Domestic Relations “Firefighters”

  When people going through a divorce have no resources, but do not qualify for means-tested free legal services, what happens? Typically, moderate income parties will…

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Who’s Representing You in 2014? Meet the New Members of Your Board of Trustees

Janet Drake President-elect Please tell us a little bit about yourself, personally and professionally: I am a Denver native, but moved around a lot as a…

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John Vaught, DBA’s 2014–15 President: A Veteran, Lawyer, and Leader Focused on the Future of our Bar

  “I can’t imagine being anything other than a trial lawyer.”     John Vaught isn’t just saying that because he’s the new President of the…

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2014 DBA Award Winners

Award of Merit: Judge Richard Gabriel Lawyer. Judge. Trumpet Player. These are just a few of the words that describe Richard Gabriel—and none of them comes…

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Life Hacks & Other Grave Subjects

  All of life’s problems—from sneaking beer into a park to fastening your head to an airplane seatback so you can sleep—can be solved by just…

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Green Bar Review: City O City

  Keeping with May’s “green” theme, The Docket Committee’s choice for a “green bar” was vegetarian and vegan restaurant City O’ City. Located in the Capitol…

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Why Every Vote Matters in Colorado

  It’s an election year with federal and state officers set to appear on the ballot. But really, every year is an election year in Colorado…

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From the President: Fireside Chat With Heather Purcell Leja

  Dear Fellow Bar Members,   During my presidency, I have tried to emphasize the importance of staying “fit to practice,” as well as the importance…

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It’s Not Easy Being Green

Everyone wants to be environmentally conscious. Seriously. We all deep down inside want to be tree-hugging, tie-dye-wearing, Whole Foods-shopping denizens of this planet—at least initially and…

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