Posts from the ‘DBA Community’ category

The Hovenweep Community in Transition ~ By Gregory J. Hobbs, Jr.

Ask The Towers Why do the builders build you? Because bees lead us to the water pockets See here! See here! Raven cries, Climb down! Climb down! Taste…

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DBA Member Highlight: 10 Questions with Philip Lietaer

Philip Lietaer assumed the role of Director of MVL upon Dianne Van Voorhees’s departure on January 7, 2016. 1. Why did you become a lawyer? As…

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The Denver Anti-Trafficking Alliance ~ By Sara Nadelman

Denver has moved into the express lane when it comes to fighting human trafficking, thanks to the work of partners in the Denver Anti-Trafficking Alliance, also…

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DBA Member Highlight: 10 Questions with Emanuel Anton

1. Why did you become a lawyer? My father had always said to me that having a law degree was like a back door key to…

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Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance: Making a Difference to Combat Human Trafficking ~ By Emma Garrison

The Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA) has been in operation for more than 30 years, working to promote justice and healing for crime victims. In…

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING: “Look Beneath the Surface” Is Not Just a Slogan ~ Patricia Medige

If you were among the many Denverites who had to replace your roof after spring hail storms, did you stop to think about whether the roofers…

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Giving Back and Paying it Forward: Cyrus Rajabi’s Side Gig as a Firefighter ~ By Emma Garrison

The “Side Gig” series features DBA members who engage in extraordinary ventures when they are not practicing law. These lawyers are certain to inspire others to…

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DBA Member Highlight: Tia Zavaras

1. Where did you go to law school and where are you currently working? I attended the University of Denver for law school. I have been…

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Come Join the Denver Bar Association’s Community Action Network and Make a Difference in the Denver Community! ~ By Robin Hoogerhyde

The Community Action Network (CAN) Committee is actively seeking new members to join its mission of serving the metro Denver community through service and fundraising activities.…

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Denver’s Economic Disparity: Reflections on Ramen and Red Peppers ~ by Alicia Houser

The coveted chance to live in the capital city of the fittest state in the nation, where the sun shines 300 days a year and some…

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