On behalf of Gov. John Hickenlooper, Jacki Cooper Melmed, chief legal counsel for the governor, officially declared June 8, 2017 “125th Anniversary of University of Colorado Law School” day.
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Colorado students earned a helping hand in paying for college from one of the state's largest plaintiff trial firms.
Members of Colorado's judiciary were honored Dec. 2 during the CWBA Annual Judicial Reception in Denver.
With the philanthropic support of attorneys, cancer survivors and cycling enthusiasts alike, the attorney-led cycling team appropriately named “Wheels of Justice” kicked off its 12th annual fundraising event in Denver.
At Project X-ITE’s The Future of the Professions Summit, legal panelists had plenty to say on how tech is transforming law — from emerging business opportunities for law firms to the lawyering functions that machines might be doing soon.
After his unexpected death Feb. 9, those mourning the loss of Judge John Coughlin spoke mostly of a man in possession of vast amounts of dignity and depth. Coughlin, a longtime district judge in Denver, died in his home after a heart attack at age 70, leaving behind two sons and a daughter, a brother, his wife and six grandchildren. Coughlin served as a Denver County Court judge from 1980 to 1985, then for two decades as a district court judge after he was appointed in 1985.