Month: February 2015

Managing Risk: What If Your Assumptions Are Wrong?

By Mark Bassingthwaighte Everyone makes assumptions. You might be surprised, though, at how many malpractice claims result merely from a lawyer working under a false assumption.Take the attorney who allows her workload to grow beyond a reasonable level — she might not

Posted in Ethics, Law Practice Management, Practice Management, Professionalism

Message From Your Chair Elisabeth Mankamyer

We are in full swing and I am so proud of the great events that our Council has organized and executed! The Practice Area Preview last week was a huge success—see the announcement below regarding our next Practice Area Preview

Posted in Career Development, Community, Networking, Volunteering

Law Student Chronicles: Ty Nagamatsu

By Ty Nagamatsu I believe the last time I wrote, I was in the throes of fall semester finals. Well, I survived as did the family. My husband and I took Sloane back East for the holidays where Sloane rode

Posted in Uncategorized

2015 Book Drive to Benefit Warm Welcome Court Child Care Center

For more than twenty years, the Denver Warm Welcome Court Child Care Center has provided free, drop-in childcare to people with business before the district, juvenile, and county courts of Denver.

Posted in Community, Volunteering

Early Neutral Assessment: Another Great Tool in the Alternative Dispute Resolution Arena for Young Lawyers Practicing Family Law

by Julia Kneeland Lazure Attorneys practicing in all areas of law are often asked by clients for ways to reduce costs and increase efficiencies. In Family Law, clients often are concerned about both the financial and emotional costs of Dissolution

Posted in Family Law