Ballard Spahr Hosts Cyber Security Summit

With large-scale security breaches announced with increasing regularity by high-profile companies like Yahoo, Equifax, Target, Home Depot and the NFL, issues of privacy and cybersecurity have garnered public attention as legislation tries to keep...

CU Law Recognizes Anniversary of Indigenous Rights

Last week marked the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on...

A Question of Trust

Difficult conversations about LGBTQ issues aren’t only for activists. Panelists during a Sept. 5 continuing legal...

Virtual Breaches, Real Liability

A hacker group calling itself Guardians of Peace in 2014 gained access to all of...

John Sadwith Prepares to Leave CTLA

John Sadwith at the end of this year is retiring from his job as executive director of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association. And after...

Finding Common Ground

A 19-year-old recent high school graduate running for a school board position in Denver. A Holocaust survivor. The first LGBT African-American person to hold...

Ethics and Professionalism

Top judges gathered Aug. 25 at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law to discuss what really grinds their gears, including tank tops,...

Checking the Blind Spots

When Justice Richard Bernstein ran for a seat on Michigan’s Supreme Court, he made “Blind Justice” his campaign slogan. He wanted to come across...

A Clarion Call for Attorney Wellness

Mental health and substance abuse problems continue to burden the legal profession. But according to a new national report, everyone can be part of...