Criminal History

The prison system in Fremont County is a root to the community, much in the same way many Colorado mountain towns are built around a mine or mill.

The Virtual Law Office

For some solo pratitioners, moving forward means leaving the traditional law office and embracing technology.

No Longer Merely Modest

‘Modern representation,’ which includes practices like unbundling and flat fees, isn't just helping solo and small-firm lawyers make themselves more affordable. It could make them more successful.

10th Circuit Affirms Rules for Receivership

The case affirmed a district court rule that said a court appointed receiver could represent a group of individuals victimized in fraud cases.

Bill Adds Layer in Review of Judicial Disqualifications

House Bill 1132 sponsors claim a need for a “second set of eyes” in civil proceedings when a judge is asked to remove herself or himself from a case.

When a Non-Client Sues a Lawyer

The Colorado Supreme Court agreed to clarify when a non-client can sue a lawyer in a parking spaces dispute.

1L Pledge to Diversity Boasts Banner Year

A long-running pipeline program for female and minority law students is getting more and more legal employers to sign on.

Goals, Not Quotas: Recruiting and Retaining Minority Attorneys

Denver law firms share strategies of how to recruit minority attorneys in an evolving diversity landscape.

Energy Industry Must ‘Wait and See’ About Federal Regs

Davis Graham & Stubbs held a seminar to discuss what the energy and mining regulatory landscape looks like in the early days of the Trump administration.

Immigration Enforcement Has Attorneys Stepping Up

Local lawyers have shown they’re more willing to volunteer in the face of increased immigration enforcement.