Posts from the ‘Young Lawyers’ category

Law Student Chronicles First-Year Perspective: The Best is Yet to Come

  Editor’s note: We asked four 1L law students—two from Colorado Law and two from Denver Law—to submit articles for our new column, “Law Student Chronicles,”…

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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…

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2014 DBA Award Winners

Award of Merit: Judge Richard Gabriel Lawyer. Judge. Trumpet Player. These are just a few of the words that describe Richard Gabriel—and none of them comes…

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Law Student Chronicles: A Ten-Year Hiatus

“What made you decide to go to Law School?” This is a question every law student will answer dozens of times in the course of interviewing…

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Career Hack: Valuable Advice for Women in Law

  “When I was in your spot in law school, the issue of being a woman in law was nonexistent for me…. It never occurred to…

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Law Student Chronicles: Three Things I Learned About Law School “Success” Through the Armstrong Pullup Program

  Editor’s note: We asked four 1L law students—two from Colorado Law and two from Denver Law—to submit articles for our new column, “Law Student Chronicles,”…

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Why Every Vote Matters in Colorado

  It’s an election year with federal and state officers set to appear on the ballot. But really, every year is an election year in Colorado…

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1L Life: The Second Hardest Part of Law School

Editor’s note: We asked four 1L law students—two from Colorado Law and two from Denver Law—to submit articles for our new column, “Law Student Chronicles,” twice…

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Law Student Chronicles: And Baby Makes Three

  As you may know, the Law Student Chronicles is a new column giving Docket readers a glimpse into what the typical law school experience is…

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