Denver Bar Association
May 2003
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Picture This: DBA Happenings


Chris Little gives an ABA Board of Delegates report to the DBA Board of Trustees.

 
CBA lobbyist Michael Valdez talks about the legislature
with DBA President-Elect Joe Dischinger.
Doug Foote reports on Multi-Disciplinary Practice.


 
Tuesdays at the Bar is Going E-mail

Though Tuesdays at the Bar is no longer sending out paper brochures in the mail, one thing will stay the same. You’ll still hear your favorite pundits, judges, ethical know-it-alls, and all around good speakers at Tuesdays at the Bar every Tuesday for a low price, a CLE credit, and a good lunch.

While we aren’t changing speakers, we are changing the way you hear about it. From now on, you’ll get an e-mail telling you about the great programs coming up. Of about 7,200 members, there are 1,600 for whom we need an e-mail address. Larry says:

“Don’t get left out of the Tuesdays at the Bar CLE loop!” Give us your e-mail by calling (303) 860-1115 or by e-mailing membership@cobar.org


 

Food drive coordinator Michelle Ferguson of Lohf Shaiman Jacobs & Hyman
and DBA staff member Karen Bries stand amid the mountain of food
collected by Denver law firms.

Roll Out the Barrels Food Drive Winners!

1-20 employees:
Winner! Harris Law Firm
2. Baldwin & Brown
3. Featherstone DeSisto LLP

21-60 employees
Winner! Pryor Johnson Montoya
Carney & Karr

2. Lowe Fell & Skogg
3. Johnson McConaty & Sargent

61-100 employees
Winner! Isaacson Rosenbaum Woods & Levy
2. Wheeler Trigg & Kenned
3. Dorsey & Whitney

101-150 employees
Winner! Faegre & Benson, three barrels
2. Gorsuch & Kirgis

151+ employees
Winner! Brownstein Hyatt & Farber
2. Sherman & Howard
3. Holme Roberts & Owen


The Denver Bar Association Community Action Network raised 5,500 pounds of food and $2,651 in cash for the Food Bank of the Rockies. Thanks to the 60 firms and compaines who participated. All those who contributed will be listed in The Docket next month.

Thanks to Corporate Express for picking up and dropping off food!


 

Rosa Parks’ Attorney

Denver County Court Judge and DBA Board of Trustees Member Claudia Jordan arranged a Sam Cary Bar Association lunch meeting to hear new Alabama State Bar President Fred Gray. At 24, Gray defended Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr. during the Montgomery bus boycott. The Anti-Defamation League brought Gray to Denver to keynote their dinner that night. From left: Jordan, Sonny Flowers, Gray and County Court Judge Robert Patterson.


 
DBA Executive Director Chuck Turner
congratulates Kristin Hauptman at the Board
of Trustees meeting for raising more than
$17,000 for the MDA.

Attorney raises $17,000 for MDA

Every year, the DBA YLD raises an extraordinary amount of money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s annual “Lock-Up” event. This year they have raised more than $50,000 and some say as much as $70,000.

An even bigger achievement is that Kristin Hauptman of Notarianni & Notarianni single-handedly raised $17,153 for MDA.

Real estate related companies, held by Mercury Companies, Inc., helped bail-out Kristin.“It was a great privilege to rally these businesses behind such a good cause,” she said.

The MDA has invited her to appear on behalf of the DBA YLD at its upcoming annual Memorial Day telethon in Chicago. Great job, Kristin!


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