Posts from the ‘Work-Life Balance’ category

In the Running: A Lawyer’s Perspective on Ultra-Marathons ~ By Ilene Lin Bloom

I, like many of you, have spent much of my adult life inside of tall buildings — these two in particular: Now, although this may be…

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Doug Tumminello’s Amazing Side Gig: Exploring the Ends of the Earth ~ By Eden Rolland

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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How the Body Rules, Helps and Heals the Brain ~ By Lindsey Hanahan

As a Certified Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst (CLMA) and a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist (RSMT), my training was based on the fundamental connection between body and mind.…

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Substance Abuse Rates Among Lawyers Even Higher Than Once Thought ~ By Keith Lewis

“It is a great advantage not to drink among hard drinking people.” ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald “Drink the first. Sip the second slowly. Skip the third.”…

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Reduced Hours Programs: A Talent Management and Wellness Strategy ~ By Judge (Ret.) Mary McClatchey

While reduced hours programs are widely viewed as an important talent management strategy for law firms, a new study underscores their role in supporting the overall…

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A Denver Lawyer’s Super Sunday Experience in Santiago ~ By Marshall Snider

Super Bowl parties have become a fixture in our country. Whether your team is playing in the game or not, getting together with friends or strangers…

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The 2016 Docket Arts & Literature Contest Is Here

It’s that time of year again – Get ready to ignite your creative spark! The 2016 Docket Arts & Literature Contest is now accepting submissions. The contest…

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The Force Awakens: A Movie Review ~ By Judith Keene

For those of you who have not yet succumbed to peer pressure and seen the movie, I won’t yield any spoilers in this review. It is…

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New Denver Restaurants to Try in the New Year ~ By Natalie Lucas

Not to ruin any New Year’s resolutions to lose weight (including my own), the Denver restaurant scene is bursting with new spots to try every week,…

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“Bridge of Spies”: A New Entry to the Pantheon of Lawyer Movies ~ By Doug McQuiston

By the time you read this review, the Tom Hanks vehicle known as Bridge of Spies may be out on Pay-Per-View or Netflix. Rent it. The…

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