Posts from the ‘Work-Life Balance’ category

Artists Among Us: Meet the 2014 Denver Lawyers’ Arts & Literature Contest Winners

  This year, we are celebrating the third Denver Lawyers’ Arts & Literature Contest. The Docket Committee would like to thank all of the wonderful entrants…

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Joel Sayres: Fiction Winner for “180 Nights”

If you were surprised to learn that a male IP lawyer was behind the voice of Fatima, join the club!   “A couple things I’ve written…

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Barry C. Bartel: Sculpture and Photography Winner

  Not to be tied down to just one category, Barry Bartel is the first to win two within the Denver Lawyers’ Arts and Literature Contest:…

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Ilona Dotterrer: Nonfiction Winner for “How I Knew the Soviets”

Ilona Dotterrer never needed to search for inspiration in her writing—it’s been in front of her all along   “It was my own story, in my…

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Erin Agee: Poetry Winner for “Annul”

“One of the things I like about practicing law is that writing and words matter,” Erin Agee says. “There’s that same attention to detail and specificity…

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Brett Godfrey: Painting Winner for “Down and Dirty”

  What do you do when you fall in love with a painting in an art gallery but can’t afford to buy it?   You teach…

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The Law Firm Throwdown Wants You to Sweat for Charity

A new kind of legal challenge is launching this fall! Sweat Equity is stirring up some healthy competition among attorneys in Colorado with the debut of…

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Book Review: Johnny Carson

  Almost anyone living on the North American continent in the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s who appreciated a good laugh, had access to a television set,…

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Coohills Bar Review

Coohills, 1400 Wewatta Street, 303-623-5700, coohills.com   Coohills occupies an active and bustling corner of LoDo near 15th Street and Wewatta. The laid-back mood and proximity…

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Book Review: Courses

    Tertullian asked what Athens has to do with Jerusalem, and, in a similar vein, “Courses” asks what public policy has to do with gourmet…

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