Court Opinions: Colorado Supreme Court Opinions for April 22

The Colorado Supreme Court determined the state’s five-year limitation period doesn’t apply to reciprocal disciplinary proceedings.

Introducing the State of the Solo Survey

Gene Commander of Gene Commander Inc. introduces the latest Law Week Colorado legal community survey, State of the Solo.

Introducing the State of the Law Firm Survey

Legal business counselor Gene Commander previews the State of the Law Firm Survey, a collaborative effort with Law Week Colorado.

OARC Report Sheds Light on Attorney Diversity and Experience in Rural and Metro Areas

While white attorneys in the metro-areas of Colorado still make up the majority of Colorado’s attorney population, according to a new report from the...

February Bar Results Released Early by Tech Company Error

Earlier this month, takers of the February Colorado Bar Exam received notification of their scores on April 7, before the set date of April...

Court Opinions- Feb 17, 2020

Juarez v. People Alfredo Juarez petitioned for review of the Court of Appeals’ judgment affirming the denial of his motion for postconviction relief. With regard...

Colorado and ABA Unveil Results of Efforts to Collect Lawyer Data

At the local and national level, the legal profession is upping efforts to paint a better picture of who attorneys are, the regions where...

Court Opinions- Mar 25, 2019

People v. Cohen Emily Cohen, a formerly licensed Colorado lawyer, appealed the judgment of conviction entered on jury verdicts finding her guilty of 13 counts...