Judicial Conference Releases Policy to Promote Random Case Assignment, Discouraging ‘Judge-Shopping’

The Judicial Conference of the United States announced it strengthened a policy that governs random case assignment.
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CBA Issues New Ethics Opinion for Lawyers Addressing Clients in Group Emails, Texts

The CBA Ethics Committee released an opinion about ethical issues for lawyers who include clients in group communications.
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ABA Releases Guidance on Misuse of ‘Confidential Government Information’

The ABA’s ethics committee released an opinion clarifying when attorneys can’t use confidential government information.

2024 Affinity Bar Check-In

Law Week checked in with the Colorado LGBTQ+ Bar Association, the Colorado Women’s Bar Association and the Colorado Association of Corporate Counsel.

Supreme Court justices, governors weigh how to ‘disagree better’ in a polarized U.S.

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Amy Coney Barrett and Sonia Sotomayor spoke to the nation’s governors Friday about how they disagree on cases of major import without resorting to the rancor that often marks modern politics.
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New Project Launches to Increase Access to Legal Services Justice for the Middle Class

Law Week spoke with Jessica Bednarz and Roya Samarghandi about the launch of the Above the Line Network project.

Zaner Harden Law Wins $30M in Colorado Injury Case

Zaner Harden Law announced it secured a landmark $30 million verdict this week regarding a 2019 explosion at a fracking facility in Greeley.
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Solos v. Firms: Differences & Trends

Law Week spoke with solo and small firm attorneys about how their practice is different from those at firms.
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CBA Ethics Committee Releases Opinion on Succession Planning

The Colorado Bar Association's Ethics Committee released an opinion Jan. 18 about ethical considerations in succession planning.

Sweeping overhaul of Colorado elections gets initial nod for ballot from state Title Board

A proposal backed by one of Colorado’s wealthiest political donors to dramatically overhaul how the state conducts its elections cleared its first hurdle before a little-known panel of public officials on Wednesday.