Posts from the ‘Work-Life Balance’ category

Comida Cantina Bar Review

  Up just a few miles north from downtown in Denver’s River North Art District (RiNo) is a refreshingly edgy industrial food market called The Source.…

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Book Review: We Are All Big Brother Now

Technology and science fiction are ascendant in contemporary American culture. Literary authors have recently embraced both, with results that are less about the future than the…

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Food as Medicine: Can You Eat Your Way to Better Health?

  Your head is pounding. Lights are flashing. Ears are ringing. And someone is shoving a slice of watermelon in your face? I am as skeptical…

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Back to School for Lawyers: Three Primary Focus Areas for Volunteers in Denver’s Schools

  Sharpen your pencils and get ready for fun and meaningful volunteer opportunities in our Denver schools! The DBA’s Lawyers and Schools Committee (LSC) is kicking…

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A Tale of Two Careers: My Journey To and From the Law

  Akin to many college students, I found myself at a crossroads during my senior year of college. I was barely old enough for adult privileges,…

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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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