Month: November 2015

A Message from DBA President Janet Drake

The Make a Difference initiative is a call to action, urging Denver attorneys to do more public service. There are many different ways to engage in public service. This month, I would like to thank and acknowledge the veterans who

Veterans Advocacy Project at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law

By Aaron Burton and Troy Moyer The Veterans Advocacy Project (VAP) of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law opened its doors on August 17. Denver Law students work with attorneys in the community to help veterans navigate the

A Wealth of Knowledge Is Available in Judiciary’s Annual Stats

By Keith Lewis It has been said that knowledge is power. The Office of the State Court Administrator is building an incredible arsenal of information that is also available to the public. For years, the Office of the State Court

New Business Comes from Successful Follow Up – A Review of Jeanne Lee’s Workshop for Women Rainmakers

By Klaralee Charlton Business development is necessary for almost every attorney at some stage in their career. The skill comes naturally to some, but for the rest of us, business development can be a painful, but necessary task. Due to


October is Legal Professionalism Month in Colorado, as proclaimed by Chief Justice Nancy Rice, Colorado Bar Association President Loren Brown, and Deans Martin Katz and Phil Weiser. Each week this month, we will be sharing a professionalism pearl of wisdom

4 Effective Automation Tools to Funnel Clients into Your Solo Practice

By Gabriel Levin As a new lawyer with a solo practice, everyone is likely impressing the importance of networking upon you. Networking is important, and it’s an imperative part of your overall marketing plan, but it isn’t everything. Hopefully by

Opening a Small Firm – How to Survive the First Three Years

By Branigan Robertson Starting a law firm isn’t easy. The first three years are the toughest. I opened my employment firm three years ago and it has certainly been a wild ride. Looking back, I realize now that most solo