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.
The Colorado Bar Association welcomed a new class into its ranks May 23 at the bar swearing in ceremony at Boettcher Concert Hall in downtown Denver. Chief Justice Nancy Rice and the justices of the Colorado Supreme Court presided over the event, congratulating the new inductees. “Passing the bar is a nasty ordeal, frankly,” Rice said to the new bar members. “You don’t want to have to take that sucker twice.”
Lindquist & Vennum held an event on Wednesday to “reacquaint” the Denver market with the firm and to welcome several attorneys who recently joined the firm as well as clients, business partners and attorneys from across the city.
Girls Incorporated of Metro Denver, a nonprofit that focuses on empowering girls through education and mentorships, hosted My Bold Future, an event where six local high school girls were awarded a total of $55,000 in college scholarships.
The CTLA at its annual dinner at the Denver Marriott City Center gave its biggest recognition of the year to Rathod Mohamedbhai, which received its third Case of the Year recognition.
Criminal defense attorney and author Bryan Stevenson talks about ‘getting proximate’ with the most vulnerable in a flawed justice system
Lathrop & Gage held an open house at its new office at 1515 Wynkoop St.
IAALS recognized El Pomar Foundation and Bill and Kyle Hybl with its Rebuilding Justice Award.
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Colorado students earned a helping hand in paying for college from one of the state's largest plaintiff trial firms.