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CU Law Announces MSL Program

LAW WEEK COLORADO The University of Colorado Law School is now accepting applications for the newly established, one-year, 28-credit Master of Studies in Law degree. This program will enable students who hold at least an undergraduate degree to obtain legal training short of a full Juris Doctor. “There are a range of opportunities for professionals […]

Moye White Appoints Partner

LAW WEEK COLORADO Moye White announced yesterday the appointment of new partner Keely Downs. Downs’ practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions and general corporate matters. She represents lenders and borrowers with the acquisition and financing of multifamily properties. Downs has represented both lenders and borrowers with the HUD financing of multifamily properties, including affordable […]

Snell & Wilmer Adds One

Jeanne Graca joined Snell & Wilmer’s Denver office as a staff attorney, the firm announced Thursday.

Legal Lasso: Water Wars Edition

Editor’s Note: Stay on top of this news story and others by liking Law Week Colorado on Facebook! COMPILED BY LAW WEEK COLORADO’S NEWS STAFF IN LOCAL NEWS: TELL US WHAT YOU THINK OF LAW WEEK. 3rd DISTRICT ATTORNEY ON PROBATION FOR ETHICS VIOLATIONS. WATER WARS STARTING OVER COLORADO RIVER DPD HAS A LOT OF […]

Rice: More Judges, Less Guano

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO Elected to Colorado Chief Justice early last year, Nancy Rice covered topics ranging from childhood trips to the courthouse with her grandfather to needed courthouse repairs during the biennial State of the Judiciary speech on Jan. 16. “I’m here today to talk to you about one of my favorite things: […]

Renewable Energy Standard Under Fire

January 29, 2015

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO Colorado’s Renewable Energy Standard is facing challenges on two fronts: in the courts and in the legislature. The Renewable Energy Standard was created as a ballot initiative in 2004 and sets the bar for the amount of the state’s energy that must be produced from renewable sources. Two pieces of […]

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Two Promoted To Director At Sherman & Howard

January 28, 2015

LAW WEEK COLORADO Sherman & Howard announced today that Stacy Elder and Jasmine Ocken have been promoted to directors at the firm. As director of office services, Elder is responsible for managing all office services operations and staff throughout the firm’s 11 offices. She provides oversight of the records and data management, library services, purchasing, […]

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Lewis, Bess, Williams & Weese Names New Director

January 28, 2015

LAW WEEK COLORADO Lewis, Bess, Williams & Weese announced that it has promoted Bronwyn Pepple to director and shareholder effective Jan. 1, 2015. Pepple practices employment law representing national and regional companies in state and federal courts and agencies. Pepple joined the firm in 2013 after spending several years as in-house employment counsel for Vail […]

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Legal Lasso: All Bluster And No Blizzard Edition

January 28, 2015

Editor’s Note: Stay on top of this news story and others by liking Law Week Colorado on Facebook! COMPILED BY LAW WEEK COLORADO’S NEWS STAFF ALL BLUSTER AND NO BLIZZARD FOR MOST OF THE EAST COAST. Hang in there, Boston. IN LOCAL NEWS: TELL US WHAT YOU THINK OF LAW WEEK. DENVER MONITOR IS INVESTIGATING […]

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Going In-House

January 28, 2015

By Doug Chartier, LAW WEEK COLORADO It’s a question nearly all lawyers ask themselves at some point: Should I go in-house? Perhaps after a few years of private practice, one imagines what life would be like without tracking billable hours or juggling clients, and suddenly an in-house position seems more appealing. While practicing law in […]

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CSU-Pueblo Faces First Amendment Complaint

January 28, 2015

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO A Colorado State University-Pueblo sociology professor is taking the university to court over an alleged First Amendment violation. Sociology Professor Tim McGettigan filed the complaint in U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado on Jan. 14 against university president Lesley DiMare and the board of governors of the university […]

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High Court Could Eliminate Anti-Discrimination Tool

January 28, 2015

By Jake Grovum, STATELINE Many cities and states fear the U.S. Supreme Court is about to strike down a provision of the 46-year-old Fair Housing Act they have frequently wielded as a weapon against racial discrimination. For decades, cities, states and fair housing advocates have used the law’s “disparate impact” rule to challenge zoning rules, lending […]

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Spencer Fane Expands Real Estate and Municipal Practices

January 27, 2015

LAW WEEK COLORADO Spencer Fane Britt & Browne has announced the addition of two attorneys to its municipal and real estate groups in Denver. Cynthia Beyer is joining the firm’s municipalities and local government group as of counsel and Kelly Shamel is joining the firm’s real estate group as an associate. Beyer has 25 years […]

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