News from the CBA, Local Bars, and More, 0121 COBJ, Vol. 50, No. 1 Pg. 56
|BY JESSICA ESPINOZA-MURILLO
|Vol. 50, 1 [Page 56]
BY JESSICA ESPINOZA-MURILLO
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.
YLD Fall Hike and Photo Contest
The CBA YLD's Local Bar Outreach Committee recently hosted a multi-county hike and photo contest to bring together young lawyers from across the state. YLD leaders met up with fellow young attorneys for socially distanced hikes in El Paso, Mesa, and Larimer counties. The goal was to get young lawyers safely outdoors to enjoy the fall colors and to provide a platform for the community to see the same wonderful views. Lawyers who were unable to attend the group hikes were encouraged to submit photos from their own independent trips.
The committee was blown away with the photo submissions and thanks all the young lawyers who entered. Contest winners were (1) Andrew Shiverly, ProctorBrant, PC; (2) Kayley Rettberg, DU Sturm College of Law; (3) Abigail Asad, DU Sturm College of Law; and (4) Spencer Rubin, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, LLP. Enjoy their beautiful fall shots, and stay tuned for future YLD-sponsored photo contests!
CBA and DBA Welcome Emy Lopez
Emy Lopez has joined the Colorado and Denver Bar Associations as a full-time engagement program manager. Emy will continue to serve as staff liaison to the CBA/DBA Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity Joint Steering Committee and the CBA/CJI Diversity on the Bench Coalition. In addition, she'll manage local bar programming, including Local Bar Leaders, Local Bar Community, and CBA presidential visits, and she'll support the efforts of the CBA Greater Colorado Task Force.
Emy grew up and worked as a teacher in Spain before moving to the United States. After obtaining her interpreter certification, she was hired to manage the interpreters in Denver District Court. After two years in that role, she moved to the State Court Administrator's Office, where she worked as language access administrator for 13 years, leading 32 Spanish interpreter staff and over 600 independent contractors in over 120 languages. Emy then worked as contract project administrator for the Justice for All...
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