Month: May 2013

Gettin’ Gig-y With It: The Roundabout Path to a Job in the “New Economy”

by Ruchi Kapoor Because it is a natural part of the aging process, the Baby Boomers have commenced accusing their own children, the millennials, of being directionless upstarts. As a millennial myself, I am prone to taking umbrage at these

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Art & Antiquities Law: Owning the Past to Preserve It for the Future

by Julia Rhine My favorite book growing up was From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, by E. L. Konigsburg. Its plot revolves around 12 year old Claudia Kincaid and her adventures running away from home. She is

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Attorney Attitudes: Comparing Legal Practice To Professional Athletes

by Kendria Pearson As a competitive athlete growing up, I had to learn to play by the rules, be a good sport, lose with grace, be disciplined, be a team player, and win with dignity.  Considering the winning and losing

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Hanging Your Shingle: Make A Plan & Network

by Christopher Steele When I graduated in May of 2011, I was extremely discouraged by the lack of prospects in the job market and I wasn’t sure where to turn. Whenever I asked experienced attorneys what I should do, it seemed

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The Impact of Colorado’s Civil Unions Act on Estate Planning

by Emily L. Bloedel In the past twenty years, Colorado has gone from being dubbed the “hate state” for its discrimination against same-sex individuals (See Romer v. Evans, 517 U.S. 620 (1996)) to allowing civil unions. Beginning at midnight on May

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