Archive for ‘December, 2015’

Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance: Making a Difference to Combat Human Trafficking ~ By Emma Garrison

The Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA) has been in operation for more than 30 years, working to promote justice and healing for crime victims. In…

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING: “Look Beneath the Surface” Is Not Just a Slogan ~ Patricia Medige

If you were among the many Denverites who had to replace your roof after spring hail storms, did you stop to think about whether the roofers…

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A Message from DBA President Janet Drake

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, so this seemed like the perfect month to highlight the progress that the anti-human trafficking movement is making in Colorado.…

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Letter from the Editor ~ Jessica A. Volz

January 2016 Dear Members: The start of a new year brings with it the resplendent prospect of new beginnings, the inevitability of bittersweet endings and those…

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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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