Tag:Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel

What’s Next for Judicial Discipline in Colorado?

On Wednesday, lawmakers laid out proposed changes to how judicial discipline cases are handled in Colorado.

Proposed Rule on Foreign-Educated Attorneys Gets Second Hearing as Justices Consider Revisions

The Colorado Supreme Court is considering a proposed rule that would make it easier for foreign-educated attorneys to practice in Colorado.

July Bar Exam to Be Another Remote Administration

The upcoming July bar exam will be administered remotely, the second remote exam in the history of Colorado.

Colorado Plans for Remote July Bar Exam

Colorado held its first-ever remotely administered bar exam in February, and for bar administrators, the exam worked well enough to be repeated in July....

Court Opinions- Dec 14, 2020

In the Matter of Ryan L. Kamada In June 2020, Now-former Judge Ryan Kamada pled guilty in U.S. District Court to obstructing the proceedings of...

DA Pleas Guilty in Drug Possession and Misconduct Case

Brittny Lewton, the 13th Judicial District Attorney, pleaded guilty on Nov. 2, to added count each of possession of a controlled substance, unlawful conduct...

Court Opinions- Mar 16, 2020

In the Matter of W. Bradley Betterton-Fike Two incidents of alleged professional misconduct culminated in W. Bradley Betterton-Fike receiving a nine-month suspension of his license...

Supreme Court Adopts Sexual Harassment Rule

The Colorado Supreme Court on Sept. 19 approved a rule change to The Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct to address sexual harassment following a...