Posts from the ‘Young Lawyers’ category

Experiential Learning: A Growing Trend in Legal Education

There has been a great deal of debate lately about whether the current law school experience and curriculum adequately prepares law students for the real world.…

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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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Interview Segment to be Added to the Bar Exam to Improve Professionalism

  Bar examiners announced recently that the July 2015 Bar exam is adding an interview portion on the third day to attempt to “weed out the…

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A Big Denver Welcome to the Auraria School of Law

  When the news hit the Denver legal community that a law school was opening in town in fall 2015—The Auraria School of Law— there was…

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Entire Law School Curriculum Merely An Elaborate Practical Joke

  Harvard historians recently uncovered a never-before-seen letter found among the writings of the late Dean of Harvard Law School and founder of the Socratic case…

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Dating and the Single Divorce Lawyer

  “Sara” is 35 years old, single, bright, attractive, and very personable. Although she is generally social and outgoing, much of her free time this past…

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Law Student Chronicles: The Halfway Point

  Greetings Docket Readers! I am one final and two papers away from being halfway through law school. I can hardly believe it’s true, but an…

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Ten Questions with Member Heather O’Donnell

“Ten Questions” is a new Docket feature focused on getting to know DBA members. If you’re interested in being in the spotlight—or know someone else who…

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Ten Questions with Member Richard Gama

“Ten Questions” is a new Docket feature focused on getting to know DBA members. If you’re interested in being in the spotlight—or know someone else who…

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10 Tips to Win at Life (in the Legal Profession)

  “When one of my clerks leaves and goes into practice, I tell them what I think it takes to succeed—which is what I’m going to…

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