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Colorado Bar Association

Earlier this month, the CBA introduced its members to the New Casemaker. This is Casemaker’s substantial upgrade from its 2.2 version research service. With enhanced performance capabilities and exciting new features, the New Casemaker further simplifies the way you research. It makes conducting a search, narrowing your results, and organizing your work easier than ever. […]

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Don’t these titles seem to be getting more dramatic sounding as we proceed through the Hero’s Journey? Indeed – in this portion of our journey (yes, remember it’s “how a solo attorney can venture into the wide world of Facebook, overcome fear and obstacles, gain useful insight and skills and emerge triumphant” – just in […]

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You may have heard of Siri, Apple’s intelligent “personal assistant” that allows you to use your voice with your iPhone 4S to send messages, schedule meetings, place phone calls, and more. However, not all of us have access to Siri (or even want to). Did you know that Google has a free app for both […]

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Whether you’re new to legal practice or long established, you shouldn’t be afraid to get paid, says Aurora-based small firm attorney Jeff Joseph. Communication, clear expectations, write-offs, and payment plans are just a few ways to ensure you’re paid for your legal services. Watch the video with Jeff below. Want to see more? Click here […]

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This week, the Colorado General Assembly unanimously adopted a joint resolution endorsing October as Conflict Resolution Month. For the fourth year in a row, Sen. Linda Newell, D-Littleton, sponsored the resolution in the state Senate and Rep. Bob Gardner, R-Colorado Springs, sponsored it in the House. Colorado Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section members Lucia Lamprey, […]

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It would appear the holiday season is upon us: Denver for the moment resembles an oversized snow globe. It’s officially December. And, I may or may not have listened to some holiday tunes, which I heard have been cranking on one local radio station since the end of Halloween, to perk up my evening commute. […]

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It’s never too early in the week to mix and mingle with fellow attorneys, and the Colorado Bar Association’s Solo and Small Firm Section has just the excuse to get out of the office. Join them on at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 8 to celebrate one year of networking at Stoney’s Bar and Grill […]

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Throughout the long history of the legal profession, pro bono has been at its core. Our laws and rights have been shaped by monumental cases, handled by great lawyers in history, and many of these cases were handled by lawyers who took the case pro bono. Though National Pro Bono Week is nearing its end, […]

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Baby it’s cold outside. That first snow of the year can make some of us Coloradans yearn for those not-too-distant summer months. In June, the Denver Bar Association filmed a number of free programs that offer information on new rules and law practice management. Though you can’t get CLE credit for them, it’s some good […]

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Though the Colorado Bar Association’s Solo and Small Firm Section has networking events every month, it is throwing a special party to celebrate one year of networking at Denver’s Stoney’s Bar and Grill on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Join them for an evening of drinks, appetizers, and music from Chris Koltak, starting at 5:30 p.m. There […]

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