Posts tagged ‘young lawyers’

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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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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RIDING THE BICYCLE: Advice to Help Young Lawyers Start Pedaling

  When I was teaching each of my kids to ride a bicycle, I had options. I could lecture them on riding a bicycle. I could…

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Hanging a Shingle: Lessons Learned From Launching a Practice As a Young Lawyer

  I graduated from law school and took the bar in 2013. For the past year, I’ve been working as a law clerk in the Denver…

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From the President: Why Does the Denver Bar Association Deserve Your Membership?

  The Denver Bar Association, like the Colorado Bar Association, is a voluntary bar, which means that you can decide whether or not to join. Many…

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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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