Author Archives: Jolynne Judge

October 14: Civility Matters

The American Board of Trial Advocates presents Civility Matters, a program to assist lawyers and law students of all experience levels handle themselves with civility and professionalism when faced with challenging situations. The program will present different scenarios involving discovery …

By Felicia Ho
Felicia Ho Director of Alumni Engagement
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This is How to Interview a Potential Client Before Filing an Auto Accident Claim


Scott Distasio is an auto accident attorney in Tampa. He is a board certified civil trial lawyer in practice since 1990. To see what legal wisdom he shares next, follow @scottdistasio on Twitter.

Attorneys must be careful when they choose …

By Scott Distasio
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Colorado Judicial Institute: Judicial Merit and Mingling Mixer

The Colorado Judicial Institute’s (CJI)  newly-formed Young Professionals Committee is hosting its inaugural event at Guard & Grace on October 24, 2018 from 5:30-7:30pm.  This event is a wonderful opportunity to meet and mingle with Colorado Judges.  Colorado’s newest appointed …

By Kate Madden
Kate Madden
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Cannabis Externship Meet & Greet Cocktail Reception

Come mingle with students applying to the Cannabis Externship Program and other supervisors participating in the program.  This will give students and supervisors the opportunity to meet each other before any interviews are scheduled.  Hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be …

By Professor Colleen Scarola
Professor Colleen Scarola
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NEW Cannabis Specialty Externship Program

The University of Denver Sturm College of Law Legal Externship Program is launching a new specialty Cannabis Externship Program in spring 2019.  This program is an opportunity for students to interact with organizations, law firms, government entities, and companies working …

By Colleen T Scarola
Colleen T Scarola Visiting Assistant Professor of the Practice
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Succeeding in OCI

Because of the competitive nature of the OCI process, many think of it as daunting. It isn’t. Simplifying things and being true to yourself will take you a long way. There are two things to keep in mind to improve your …

By Tony Arias
Tony Arias
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BHFS and Ronan Summer 2017 Fellowship Programs – Now Accepting Applications Until 1/30

Hello 2L students,

The below Fellowship Programs are accepting applications until Monday, Jan. 30.

The Ronan Summer 2017 Fellowship Program is available to any 2L/3LE JD student at Denver Law, but preference is given to those with a strong interest …

By Stefanie Carroll
Stefanie Carroll Director of Strategic Initiatives at Denver Law
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DBA Member Highlight: Jamie H. Hubbard

Meet Jamie H. Hubbard!

1. Why did you become a lawyer?
Because my liver would not have survived if I continued in my chosen profession of bartending. And I like intellectual challenges.

2. What’s the best advice you’ve ever been …

By Vanessa Babarsky
Vanessa Babarsky Membership Marketing Manager
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When You Can Vote for Your Boss

Every election cycle, a large number of individuals receive a new boss. While the majority of those people seeing a fresh face in the corner (or oval) office are legislative staff members or aides, many attorneys will also have an opportunity to …

By Patrick Sweet
Patrick Sweet Treasurer
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Raising the Bar: A Conversation with DBA YLD Chair Klaralee Charlton

By Jessica Volz

For Klaralee Charlton, perhaps nothing could be more thrilling than becoming chair of the Young Lawyers Division (YLD) during the Denver Bar Association’s 125th anniversary — a year made all the more significant by the fact that never …

By Jessica A. Volz
Jessica A. Volz Communications and Marketing Strategist
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