Days before the “WannaCry” cyber attack made headlines around the world for its impact, President Trump made good on his efforts to improve U.S. cyber security with his first cyber security executive order.
Although he has been named before as a potential Republican candidate for governor, George Brauchler is officially positioning himself as the “Coloradan’s Coloradan” for governor in 2018.
Law Week on April 26 gathered female lawyers in leadership positions or partner roles in male-dominated fields to visit the Circuit Media office to talk about access to the top of the profession for women.
Phil Weiser, a former dean of the University of Colorado law school with a history in the Department of Justice, announced today his bid for attorney general in 2018.
Meshach Rhoades knows the value of mentorship and has worked throughout her career to pass that on.
Mindy Sooter focuses her practice in telecommunications, electrical engineering and computer science. But in a previous life, she was an engineer as well as a perennial student.
When attorney Peg Perl moved to Colorado from Washington, D.C., she saw the opportunity to make a career change and focus on issues closer to home in the public interest.
Davis Graham & Stubbs co-managing partner and corporate transaction attorney Kristin Lentz is making history as the first female managing partner at 102-year-old law firm Davis Graham & Stubbs.