Month: July 2013

Young Lawyers, Beachfront Property is Within Your Reach

by Kristi Dorr National security crises, devastated global economies, disease proliferation, lack of potable water, massive forest fires, and the list goes on. No, this is not Armageddon, it is Climageddon and it is real. These issues are and will be

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Give Value to Your Services: Find the Right Client

by Lisa Hardin As a new attorney who decided to open her own estate planning law firm, I am faced with the ongoing challenge of finding clients.  More specifically: finding the right clients. 

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Civility Counts: The Importance of Professionalism

by Ryan S. Hansen As young attorneys, we all in recent years had the distinct privilege of being sworn-in to practice law in the great State of Colorado. To obtain a license to practice law, we each recited and subscribed

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Floodgates: Riding the Wave of New Immigration Practitioners

by Katharine Speer Comprehensive immigration reform looks more promising now than at any time in the last 15 years. Approximately 11 million unauthorized immigrants—your neighbors, co-workers, and classmates—could benefit from the proposed changes. More immediately, the Supreme Court just eliminated

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