Posts tagged ‘DBA’

Picture This: October

CBA Awarded the ABA Harrison Tweed Award CBA President Charley Garcia and Executive Director Chuck Turner were in Boston this summer to help Margrit Parker and…

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Legal Affairs: October

GOOD THINGS Metro Volunteer Lawyers is thrilled to welcome their new Rovira Scholar, Joey Scott. While in school, Scott was honored with the Distinguished Service Award…

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What advice would you give to a new lawyer in their first year of practice?

  The transition from law student to full-fledged attorney isn’t exactly a piece of cake. In fact, it can sometimes feel like you have no idea…

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Legal Affairs: September

GOOD THINGS Coan, Payton & Payne, LLC is pleased to announce that attorney Jacob W. Paul has been elected to the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra Board of…

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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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Pro Bono Spotlight: MVL Lawyer Helps Client Fight for Independence

  “There needs to be a better system in place for cases of emotional abuse” Natalie Patron is not a lawyer. But, she certainly has an…

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2013-14 Denver Bar Association Annual Report

  The Denver Bar Association is on a mission to help its members and the community. The DBA works to do so by promoting justice, its…

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Picture This: June

  Guests Party it Up at 26th Annual Barristers Benefit Ball The Barristers Benefit Ball brought back the popular derby theme this year, titled “Talk Derby…

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Legal Affairs: June

GOOD THINGS BakerHostetler is proud to announce that Lyle Wallace was recently elected to the Board of Directors of Denver Urban Scholars. In this role, Wallace…

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Green Bar Review: City O City

  Keeping with May’s “green” theme, The Docket Committee’s choice for a “green bar” was vegetarian and vegan restaurant City O’ City. Located in the Capitol…

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