Posts from the ‘Young Lawyers’ category

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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Military Service & Its Implications for the Legal Field

  Editors note: This article is presented by Karthik Venkatraj. He asked three other law students with military experience to share their stories as well (following…

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A Young Lawyer’s Guide to Networking at the Barristers Benefit Ball

  I’ve had the pleasure of attending the Annual Barristers Benefit Ball for the past three years. As a young lawyer, I was at first hesitant…

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Take Control of Your Health With the DBA Fitness Challenge

What is fitness? To me, fitness encompasses the mind, body and spirit. These three elements can work with and against one another. If you achieve a…

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Law Student Chronicles: Doing Time as a 1L

  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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An Interview With Justice Hood: Sage Insight from Colorado’s Newest Supreme Court Justice

  A famous quote, often attributed to Alexander Graham Bell, summarizes Justice Hood’s path to becoming a justice with the highest court in Colorado: “When one…

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A Day in the Life of CU Law Student Zamir Pearsall’s First Semester

  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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Getting Your Hands Dirty: New School Legal Education

A look at DU’s Modern Externship Program Reading cases and Gilbert Law Summaries, writing endless outlines, and even getting embarrassed in class if you can’t remember…

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