Tag:Colorado Judicial Department
Local Firms Announce New Attorneys, Recognitions; 19th Judicial District To Host Inaugural Warrant Clearance Day
Local firms announced new attorneys and recognitions; the 19th Judicial District announced its inaugural Warrant Clearance Day; and more.
Local Firms Announce New Attorneys, Best Lawyers Recognitions; 1st and 4th Judicial District Announce Vacancies
Berg Hill Greenleaf Ruscitti, Foley & Lardner and Fennemore announced new attorneys and more.
Local Firms Announce New Attorneys, Best Lawyers Recognitions; Second Judicial District Announces Vacancy
Sherman & Howard, Fortis Law Partners, Coan, Payton & Payne, Woods Aitken and Holland & Hart announced Best Lawyers recognitions and more.
Former Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Joseph “Joe” Quinn died on May 18 at the age of 90.
Holland & Hart announced a new partner is joining the firm, and judgeships in Eagle and La Plata county have new nominees.
This week, finalists for judgeships in Jefferson and Custer County were announced, a revamped court service-improvement program returns and more.
Independent Investigation into Colorado Judiciary Ready to Proceed; Two Vendors Awarded Investigation Contracts
The Colorado Judicial Department announced it has entered into contracts with two vendors to investigate allegations of sexual harassment and gender discrimination and claims of an improperly awarded training contract to a former senior administrator.
The Colorado Judicial Department announced that it will expand the electronic document filing pilot program for non-lawyer individuals.
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