News from CBA, Local Bars, & More, 1118 COBJ, Vol. 47, No. 10 Pg. 66

Position::Vol. 47, 10 [Page 66]

47 Colo.Law. 66

News from the CBA, Local Bars, and More

Vol. 47, No. 10 [Page 66]

The Colorado Lawyer

November, 2018



Bar News is a monthly compilation of news from the. CBA, including sections and committees, administration, and local and specialty bar associations. It also includes notices of activities—past, present, and future—from local and national law-related organizations and groups.

Colorado Defense Lawyers Association Annual Conference

The Colorado Defense Lawyers Association (CDLA) hosted its Annual Conference from July 25 to 29 in Telluride. The theme of the conference was health and wellness in the law. Kimberley Motley was keynote speaker and gave an inspiring presentation related to her experience as the first and only foreign lawyer to practice in Afghanistan. Other presenters included Chief Justice Nancy Rice, Chief Judge Alan Loeb, Chief Judge Marcia Krieger, Justice Richard Gabriel, and Judge Terry Fox. The conference included hosted discussions on various legal issues, alongside outdoor break-out sessions such as an X-Treme CLE climb, golfing, and yoga.

Unbundling Road Show

On August 15, the Honorable Adam Espinosa and Danae Woody presented the Unbundling Roadshow to 70 members of the Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association. Judge Espinosa and Woody have been presenting the Unbundling Roadshow—a lunchtime CLE focusing on ethical considerations of providing limited scope representation (a.ka. "unbundling")—since 2015. The upcoming Unbundling Roadshow 2.0 will concentrate on practice tips and law practice management for attorneys offering unbundled legal services.

Colorado Law's Judicial Appreciation Reception Celebrates Eight Years of Making Connections

On September 13, more than 60 University of Colorado Law School students had the opportunity to meet and learn from distinguished state and federal judges at Colorado Law's eighth annual judicial Appreciation Reception, held at Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell (WTO) in Denver. jurists in attendance included four of the seven Colorado Supreme Court justices and judges from four state trial courts.


To continue reading