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Judged on Their Merits

The Colorado Judicial Institute held its annual awards dinner Thursday at the History Colorado Center in Denver, where it recognized five members of the...

Merchant & Gould Adds Two

Merchant & Gould announced it has added two attorneys to its Denver office. Rachel Hammond, an associate, joined the electrical and software practice group after...

Friends and Colleagues Remember Alli Gerkman

Wicked smart. A physical force. A magnet. These are words Alli Gerkman’s friends and colleagues in the Colorado legal community use to describe her.  Gerkman,...

Changes Coming in Family Law Arena

Legislative topics and appellate cases are reshaping a few areas of family law. A state adjustment to a federal tax law will take shape...

Bill Clears a Path to Public Guardianship Program

For nearly two years, a state program to provide guardianship services for at-risk adults has been stalled by fundraising hurdles. A bill nearing the...

Colorado One Step Closer to Getting More District Judges

Colorado’s Senate Judiciary Committee voted unanimously last Wednesday to advance a bill adding 15 more judges to some of the state’s judicial districts. Though...

CBA Prepares for Session’s Start

As the Colorado legislature gets back to work for 2019, the Colorado Bar Association is likewise getting down to work in pushing for issues...

Seeking to Practice in U.K. Like Taking Another Bar Exam

Most lawyers don’t take a bar exam nearly two decades after they’re first admitted to practice. But that’s what patent attorney Brian Lefort had...