BY SHELBY KNAFEL
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.
CHBA Banquet Honors Outstanding Achievement
The Colorado Hispanic Bar Association hostedits 42nd Annual Banquet on January 19 at the Ritz Carlton Downtown. Elizabeth Espinosa Krupa served as Master of Ceremonies, and Incoming CHBA President Christine Hernandez was sworn in by Judge Cynthia Mares. Felicidades to this year's honorees:
■ Barbara Brohl, Lifetime Achievement Award;
■ Arnulfo Hernandez, Outstanding Hispanic Attorney Award;
■ Annie Martinez (president-elect), Outstanding New Hispanic Attorney Award;
■ Jonathan Booker, Community Service Award—Individual;
■ Colorado Pledge to Diversity, Community Service Award—Organization; and
■ Husch Blackwell, Corporate Commitment Award.
The event also celebrated the recipients of the CHBA's first-ever Circle of Giving Scholarships: Cynthia Sanchez (Colorado Law) and Claudia Shadier (Denver Law).
Hetal Doshi Receives Davis Award
Hetal Doshi was presented the 2018 Davis Award at a dinner in her honor on January 30. The Davis Award honors a Denver lawyer who is 40 years old or younger and who "combines excellence as a lawyer with civic, cultural, educational, and charitable leadership." The award was created in memory of Richard Marden Davis, one of the founders of Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP.
Doshi is an assistant U.S. attorney in the economic crimes section of the criminal division of the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Colorado. One of her most notable achievements has been her effective investigations of global investment banks for their role in the 2008 financial crisis. Her work on these investigations has yielded billions of dollars of penalties, including one settlement in excess of $5...