Posts from the ‘Pro Bono’ category

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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DU Law School’s Tribal Wills Project Delivers Critical Services

  “In the four-cornered landscape of the Colorado River plateau we all revere, our lessons are for and with each other.” —Hon. Gregory Hobbs, Justice of…

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The Lottery for Good Counsel on Texas Death Row

Should having competent defense counsel be a matter of luck? After many failures by prior counsel, our client, who was recently released from Texas prison after serving…

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Let’s Celebrate Pro Bono Week All Year

  Who inspires you? Specifically, who inspires you to volunteer your time as an attorney? That is the Denver Bar Association’s Access to Justice Committee’s focus…

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Pro Bono Spotlight: MVL Lawyer Helps Client Fight for Independence

  “There needs to be a better system in place for cases of emotional abuse” Natalie Patron is not a lawyer. But, she certainly has an…

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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 be…

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Federal Court Pro Bono Representation Helps the Community and Enhances Professional Reputation

  Federal court litigation provides challenge, excitement, and reward. With the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado’s announcement of its Civil Pro Bono Panel…

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The Barristers Benefit Ball: What is it Funding?

  The Barristers Benefit Ball comes every spring. This year’s event, themed “Talk Derby to Me,” is sure to be a night to remember! If you…

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Access To Justice Rally in Supreme Court

In the quiet before the clamor of the upcoming 2014 state legislative session, Denver’s champions of justice for the indigent gathered to bend legislators’ ears in…

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