Posts from the ‘DBA Community’ category

Meet New Denver County Court Judge OLYMPIA FAY

  When Olympia Fay received the call from Mayor Hancock about her appointment to the Denver County Court Bench, she felt extremely honored and thankful to…

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Bye Bye Bowtie

  “Who’s Chuck?” asked a young Docketeer at a planning meeting. Heads turned in surprise, wondering who didn’t know Turner, despite his 34 years at both…

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Top 10 Activities Sure to Get You in the Holiday Spirit

  The snow is falling, papers are piling up, the kids and/or dogs are restless, and you’re ready to get outside. Wait, that was May. Let’s…

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Well Done: A Roast of Tom DeMarino

  Veteran attorney and administrative law judge Tom DeMarino was roasted by the DBA Seniors Committee on October 7 during a dinner at the University Club.…

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Ten Questions with Member Richard Gama

“Ten Questions” is a new 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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DU Resource Center for Separating & Divorcing Families Celebrates More Than a Year of Success

  The Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) advocates for family law reform through its Honoring Families Initiative. One practical implementation of…

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Change is Gonna Come

  “Change is Gonna Come.” Sam Cooke’s civil rights era song, first penned in the ‘60s, applies today in a different context to both the Colorado…

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Part II: A Tale of Two Careers – My Journey to and From the Practice of Law

This is part two of a three-part series on Becky Bye’s journey from the law to dental school. To see the first article, click here. “It…

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The Widow Wave

Will anyone ever know what happened to the Aloha, a sport fishing boat that vanished with all onboard in the Pacific Ocean, off San Francisco’s coast?…

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How Should We Select Our Judges?

  “In too many states judicial elections are becoming political prizefights where partisans and special interests seek to install judges who will answer to them instead…

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