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CU Law Offers Patent-Focused Master’s

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO The University of Colorado Law School continues to be a destination for technology-minded law students with the addition of a master’s of studies in law degree focused on patents. The one-year, 28-credit program will offer an alternative route into patent law for students who already have a background in a […]

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DGS Lands Aviation Deal

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO The phrase “I’m so happy, I could fly” may be a cliché, but it might also be a good way to describe how attorneys at Davis Graham & Stubbs felt after closing a major airline deal last year. A group of the firm’s lawyers worked as lead counsel on a […]

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IAALS Calls For Experiential Learning For Law School Success

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO According to the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, the future of law school is in experiential education. In the organization’s newest report, “Ahead of the Curve: Turning Law Students Into Lawyers,” released Thursday, IAALS examines the Daniel Webster Scholars Honors Program at the University of New […]

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CU Law School To Host Ethics Initiative Lecture

LAW WEEK COLORADO As part of its participation in the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative, the University of Colorado Law School will host the lecture, “Leading an Ethical Organization in a Sometimes Unethical World,” Thursday, Feb. 19, at 5:30 p.m. in the Wittemyer Courtroom at the Wolf Law Building on the University of Colorado Boulder campus. John […]

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Five Tips To Excel As A New Lawyer

By Darin Mackender, FISHER & PHILLIPS Congratulations! You made it through law school, passed the bar and found your dream job only to discover that practicing litigation is significantly different than passing civil procedure, and drafting purchase agreements is a lot more difficult than writing a contracts exam. Below are five tips to help you survive […]

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FFA Event Boasts Female Judges

If you asked Marcus Arelius, whose credentials include Ancient Roman emperor and Late Stoic philosopher: “Time is sort of river of passing events – aye, a rushing torrent.” With that in mind, members of the Faculty of Federal Advocates are hosting its first ever forum, with a nod toward fluid dynamics and its metaphorical relationship with time, called “Currents, Eddies and Whirlpools: a Discussion on the Flow of Life and Practice of Law.” The event is slated for Oct. 24 from 1-4:30 p.m. at the Embassy Suites Hotell at 1420 Stout St.

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Appellate Court To Hear Oral Arguments At Central High School

The Colorado Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in two cases on Oct. 16 at Central High School before an audience of students. The public also is invited to attend.

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632 Pass July Bar Exam

LAW WEEK COLORADO Those who took the most recent bar exam need only hold their breath long enough to click this link. The results for the July 2014 Colorado bar exam were posted this morning by the Colorado Supreme Court. Of the 848 who took the exam, 632 passed, a passage rate of 75 percent. The […]

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