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Southern Utah Drag Stars Challenge the City of St. George’s Censorship of Performances

Local drag stars filed a lawsuit against the city of St. George, Utah where they want to produce a family friendly drag event.
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Jury Verdict Reporter of Colorado Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Since 1983, the Jury Verdict Reporter of Colorado has been helping the state’s attorneys navigate civil law. 
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CTLA Names ‘Case of the Year,’ Honors Members at 2023 Banquet

The Colorado Trial Lawyers Association held its annual dinner May 11 at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
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Colorado’s Law School… Yes We Can! Continues Work Helping Underrepresented Students

Founded in 2014, the Law School… Yes We Can! program in Colorado continues as a gateway to help get more diverse students in the legal field.

Law Week Lookahead: May 2023

Finish off the end of spring with opportunities to grow in the legal community.
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Coalition of Denver’s Five Largest Law Firms Marks Two Years of Efforts to Create...

The coalition has worked toward improving recruitment and retention rates for racially diverse attorneys in Colorado.
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Colorado Hispanic Bar Association Continues Work to Expand

Since 1977, the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association has been the premier association for Latino attorneys in the state as it continues to change and grow.
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Minoru Yasui’s Values Live on in Colorado Inn of Court

Due to his lasting legacy, Minoru Yasui has been honored multiple times including having an American Inn of Court named after him in Denver.

Law Week Lookahead: April 2023

This month, awards banquets, conferences, CLEs and more are planned in Colorado’s legal community.
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Remembering Pat Schroeder: Pioneer, Trailblazer

Pat Schroeder, Colorado’s first woman to serve in Congress and legislative trailblazer, died March 13 due to complications from a stroke.