Month: July 2014

How to Make a Modest Means Practice Work for You

by Danaé D. Woody, Esq. While serving clients with modest means may not seem like a goal belonging at the top of one’s How to Become a Successful Lawyer list, here are 8 reasons why young lawyers today cannot afford not

Who’s Representing You in 2014? Meet the New Members of Your Board of Trustees

By Courtney Gibb

John Vaught, DBA’s 2014–15 President: A Veteran, Lawyer, and Leader Focused on the Future of our Bar

By Courtney Gibb “I can’t imagine being anything other than a trial lawyer.” John Vaught isn’t just saying that because he’s the new President of the Denver Bar Association. He’s the real deal. And he truly believes in the legal

Council Spotlight: Raul Chacon

Meet your Denver Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Division Executive Council Raul Chacon, Jr. is an associate at Burns, Figa & Will, P.C. in Greenwood Village. His practice is devoted to commercial litigation. Raul is a graduate of Middlebury College and

Law Student Chronicles First-Year Perspective: The Best is Yet to Come

By Shaquille Turner As I reflect on my first year of law school, I am overwhelmed by a sense of profound gratitude and humble accomplishment. In the past ten months, I may or may not have read more text than