Judicial Discipline: ‘It’s Not Perfect, But It’s Close’

This year, the Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline celebrates its 50th year.

The Intricacies of the P3

With massive redevelopments of Denver International Airport, Union Station and Colorado’s busiest high-ways grabbing headlines in recent years, it might seem that public-private partnerships are a novelty in the state.

Big Deals Second Quarter

For this year’s second quarter, nearly 50 big deals were submitted to Law Week, where millions of dollars were won as part of some...

Attorney General Candidates Bring in Big Bucks

The candidates for Attorney General turned in their quarterly campaign fundraising reports last week.

Small Children, Big Implications

Family law attorneys received new guidance this year from the Rules of Professional Conduct on how to counsel clients about how the conflicts in divorce cases impact children.

Coming Together for the Coming Apart

Across the state, coteries of attorneys, mediators and other professionals have been working together to keep divorcing couples out of the courtroom.

Jared Polis’ Three Es

Boulder's self-funded congressional representative talks education, economy and energy.

Cannabis and Company

Marijuana licenses are at an all-time high in the state, but the legal tangles for cannabis companies encounter simply doing business have not changed much.

Attorney Regulation Counsel Releases Annual Report

The Colorado Supreme Court Office of Attorney Regulatory Counsel released its 2016 Annual Report and according to Jim Coyle, Attorney Regulation Counsel, the office and its impact on Colorado’s legal industry is continuing to improve.

Brad Levin Announces Candidacy for Attorney General

The Office of Attorney Regulation handles thousands of calls regarding potential ethical complaints each year. But going forward, the office will take a more proactive approach in its regulatory work.