Posts tagged ‘the docket’

Law Student Chronicles: Shaquille Turner

In a Crisis of Faith God’s Grace is Enough The first semester of my third-year in law school was accompanied by a crisis of faith. I…

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D.C. Calling: My Rise to the Burger Prize ~ By Gurney Pearsall

In late August, I saw that I had an incoming call from Washington, D.C. As someone who receives more than a fair share of spam calls,…

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Picture This ~ September 2015

  DBA Annual Awards More than 150 people gathered on Thursday, July 9, at the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center for the DBA Annual Awards…

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Legal Affairs ~ September 2015

GOOD THINGS Gary Lozow, a partner at Foster Graham Milstein & Calisher, LLP, has been awarded the Alvin D. Lichtenstein Award for remarkable accomplishments over a…

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Flat Fees: You Are Only Limited by Your Creativity (And Your Oath) ~ By Chip Mortimer

I recently finished renovating a home. The financial arrangement with my contractor was simple. After paying a deposit for the materials, I paid the contractor fixed…

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How Regulators Are Blocking the Flat-Fee Revolution ~ By Keith Lewis

        Clients love flat fees because of the cost certainty that they bring. One of the most common complaints about lawyers is the…

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Bradford Publishing Chooses Colorado Bar Association Continuing Legal Education to Carry On Legal Tradition ~ By Mary Dilworth

  Candace and Craig Boyle, President and CIO respectively of Bradford Publishing in Denver, recently announced the sale of the company’s legal division to Colorado Bar…

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“Judges Are Not Politicans”: US Supreme Court Upholds Florida Law Prohibiting the Personal Solicitation of Campaign Funds by Judicial Candidates ~ By Charles C. Hall

Colorado sidesteps many of the problems inherent in judicial elections by using merit-based selection for the appointment of trial and appellate judges. In merit selection, judges…

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The Docket Sits Down with Newly Appointed Supreme Court Justice Richard Gabriel ~ By Keith Lewis

Justice Richard L. Gabriel was sworn in as the 104th Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court on September 1, 2015, marking a new chapter in the…

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West to the 32nd Meridian: Researching Administrative Law ~ By Dan Cordova and Chris Hudson

All Americans are familiar with administrative law, whether they realize it or not. Agencies and their rulemaking and adjudication functions have formed an intrinsic part of…

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