What Mifepristone Rulings Mean for Colorado and Beyond

Two federal court rulings last week over a medication commonly used in abortions have opened a slate of legal questions.

What Legislation Colorado’s Legal Community is Watching in 2023

Law Week caught up with bar associations and legal organizations to hear what topics and bills they’re keeping an eye on this session.

No Kidding: CWBA Hosts Post-Dobbs Public Policy Fundraiser

A serious discussion of the impacts of Dobbs followed by stand-up comedy was a spoonful of sugar approach at a CWBA fundraising event.

The Trailblazer Behind the Trailblazer Award

There aren’t many Colorado lawyers who haven’t heard of Mary Lathrop — her legal career paved the way for thousands of women to follow in the profession.

CU Hosts Online Event Marking the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage

Although social distancing demands kept people from gathering at the University of Colorado campus for the 28th Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference, more than...

Finding Purpose in the Law

Lots of seminars and conferences promise to arm busy professionals with the “tools for success,” whether that’s the latest software, networking techniques or skills...

Legislative Look Ahead: The Bar Association Watch List

As the legislative session kicks off, Colorado’s attorney ranks have their eyes on several issues that will affect their clients.  Law Week talked with policy...

Lawyers of the Year 2019: Elizabeth Wylie

Elizabeth Wylie is on a mission to help women make what they’re worth.  Earlier this year, the Snell & Wilmer partner teamed up with businesswoman...