Judge Kathy Delgado’s experience on the bench, and expectations for lawyers appearing before her, come down to one thing: respect for the parties involved. And...
Chief Judge Ingrid Bakke’s legal philosophy on her approach to the bench is simple: do no harm, and get it right.
If you’re a civil litigator who yearns to get into the courtroom more often, consider becoming a judge someday. That’s one of the reasons Judge...
Chief Judge Philip McNulty of the 1st Judicial District received some of his most important advice early in his 21 years as a judge.
Although Judge Jaclyn Brown was only appointed to the 17th Judicial District Court a year ago, she knew for a long time that she would one day become a judge.
Though 20th Judicial District Court Judge Norma Sierra found herself in the job unexpectedly, she reveres the position.
2nd Distruct Judge Michael Martinez doesn’t see the need to hide his personality in court or at home.
In this month's judge profile, Law Week sits down with Denver County Court Judge John Marcucci about the court's heavy caseload and the social issues he sees everyday on his docket
Craig Welling, the newest member of the Court of Appeals said it’s too early to tell on many aspects of life as a judge on the bench.
Gerdes has always had an enduring philosophy, "Treat each as an individual, because each comes with a unique set of circumstances.”
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