Posts from the ‘DBA Community’ category

Bradford Publishing Chooses Colorado Bar Association Continuing Legal Education to Carry On Legal Tradition ~ By Mary Dilworth

  Candace and Craig Boyle, President and CIO respectively of Bradford Publishing in Denver, recently announced the sale of the company’s legal division to Colorado Bar…

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Denver Bar Association Annual Report 2014-15

The Denver Bar Association is on a mission to help its members and the community. The DBA works to do so by promoting the administration and…

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Volunteer Corner: Pro Bono Week ~ By Lauren Dickey

      “We often think and talk about pro bono work as a service to the greater good and to our community. But even the…

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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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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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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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CAN Committee’s Annual “Roll Out the Barrels” Food Drive Law firms help “stock the shelves” of Metro Caring’s new Hunger Relief Center in Denver

The Denver Bar Association’s Community Action Network (CAN) Committee sponsored the 16th Annual “Roll Out the Barrels” Food Drive in April to benefit Metro Caring. As…

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What it Means to be a Rovira Scholar

By Joey Scott Although I’m a Denver native, I went to law school in Chicago and did not know anyone in the local legal community when…

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