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Michelle Keast-Nachtrab - WilmerHale

Up and Coming Lawyers 2021: Michelle Keast-Nachtrab

Michelle Keast-Nachtrab manages to balance a demanding career in BigLaw with her duties as an Air Force reservist.
Molly Kokesh - Davis Graham & Stubbs

Up and Coming Lawyers 2021: Molly Kokesh

For Molly Kokesh, an associate at DGS, being a lawyer isn't just a job, it's also a way to help people experiencing complex problems.

Best Lawyers: Construction — Changing Currents in Construction

Construction may have continued during the pandemic in many places around the world, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t had its share of COVID challenges to contend with. In 2021, construction attorneys are navigating global and local restrictions to help clients achieve success

‘Best Lawyers’ in Personal Injury Celebrate Success Despite Trial Delays

Pandemic-related trial delays mean personal injury and medical malpractice lawyers have been out of the courtroom for a while, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t been busy. These “Best Lawyers” shared their biggest accomplishments of the past year and talked about what next year might bring for personal injury litigation.

Lawyers of the Year and Ones to Watch Offer a Bevy of Advice

Awardees of the 2022 Best Lawyers “Lawyer of the Year” and “Ones to Watch” designations offer advice to young lawyers and give thanks to the larger legal community.
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2022 Colorado Best Lawyers Announced

Best Lawyers announced last month the 28th edition of The Best Lawyers in America® and the second edition of the Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America were published.
Scrabble tiles spell the words live well

CAMP Set to Release Report on Possible Statewide Lawyer Well-Being Program

Twenty-seven organizations joined the pilot Lawyer Well-Being Recognition Program for Legal Employers from the Colorado Supreme Court.
An illustration shows a man in a suit looking at his phone, above him in a cloud are the communities he's interacting with online represented by line-art icons.

The Kids are on TikTok

While the profession has seen a number of attorneys leave since the start of the pandemic, some lawyers have taken up the mantle of attorney wellness through TikTok.
Michael Burg from Burg Simpson, Christine Hernandez from Hernandez & Associates, Tess Hand-Bender from Davis Graham & Stubbs, and Deborah Bayles from Stinson LLP

Managing Partners Talk DEI Initiatives, Common Pain Points and the Growing Need to Support...

Managing Partners discussed how their respective firms foster and maintain diversity, equity and inclusion practices and policies.
Scabby the Rat, an inflatable rat used by union protestors, sits in the snow outside of a building nearby a picketer.

Hard Times Ahead for Employers Under New NLRB

The NLRB in July ruled that Scabby the Rat can be displayed at union boycotts or protests. Employers can expect more labor-friendly decisions from the labor board, which has a Democratic majority as of Aug. 27.