Posts tagged ‘lawyers’

Legal Affairs

  GOOD THINGS The Association of Former Members of Congress honored Dentons’ senior advisor David Skaggs at its annual Distinguished Service Awards luncheon in Washington, DC.…

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Law Student Chronicles: GATHERING HEAP

  By Maria Zalessky When I was applying to law school, I visited a school in the Pacific Northwest. I stayed at an inexpensive little hotel…

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Side Gig: Two Denver Lawyers Patrol the Slopes on Weekends at Loveland Ski Area

By Adrienne Fischer If you hit the slopes this winter at Loveland Ski Area, you may run into Christina Saunders and Eric Massof (although you probably…

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Collaborative Divorce: What in the World is Collaborative Divorce?

By: Danaé Woody   Collaborative divorce is a private, voluntary, non-adversarial and contractual approach to resolve a dissolution of marriage without involving the courts. Think of…

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Ethics Column: Which Came First — the Person or the Lawyer?

By Amy De Van I was in an auto accident recently — thankfully, I was fine; sadly, my car was not. It required extensive repairs, which…

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SO YOU WANT TO BE A TALKING HEAD! Becoming a Legal Commentator

  I have been fortunate over the many years of my career to serve as a legal commentator to local, national, and international media organizations in…

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“Winning” the Mediation

  Jason’s glassy-eyed stare at the city skyline outside his 21st story window ends abruptly with the knock at the door. Spinning around in his chair,…

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