Committees & Departments
Senior Golf Tournament
Senior members of the DBA enjoyed their annual day of burgers, golfing and good sportsmanship on July 25 at the Mira Vista Golf Course. Four teams competed. The winning threesome, with a score of 81, was Lee Payne, Joe Sweeney and Fred Vondy.
Public Legal Education Committee
The Denver Bar Association Public Legal Education Committee is recruiting volunteers to help in the Denver Public Schools.
Attorneys who may have been teachers are needed, but any volunteer interested in assisting high school teachers and eventually all grade levels are welcome. You would help teach law-related education curricula like constitutional studies, practical law, in-room mock trials and more. Volunteers also would encourage and support forming teams to compete in the "We the People" (Constitutional Scholars) competition and in the CBA state mock trial competition. Please contact Dave Ells at (303) 824-5323 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donate Unused Tickets for a Good Cause!
Do you ever have tickets for sporting or cultural events that go unused? The Colorado Bar Association’s Family Violence Program can put those tickets to a great use. Working with several non-profit organizations, the CBA will donate these tickets to survivors of domestic violence, people with mental or physical disabilities, families with low income and individuals suffering from AIDS. For many of these individuals and families, attending a baseball game or a musical event is something they would never have the opportunity to do without donated tickets. For more information, contact Melissa Trollinger at (303) 824-5333 or email@example.com.
YLD Executive Board
The DBA Young Lawyers Division is starting off the new fiscal year with a executive board meeting on September 6 at 6 p.m. at the bar offices, 1900 Grant St., Suite 900. This year’s board members are: Dawn McKnight Adeletti (chair), Tamatha A. Blasé (chair-elect), Tara M. Booker, Megan Brynhildsen, Janet Stansberry Drake, Paul Gordon, Elizabeth Imhoff, Eric Nunemaker, Nora Nye, Cathy Traugott and David S. Woodruff
Happy Hour at Marlowe’s
The DBA and CBA Young Lawyers Divisions are holding a joint happy hour on Sept. 20 at Marlowe’s, 16th and Glenarm. Swing by after work from 5-7 p.m. for good food and drink. Law students are especially encouraged to attend to meet and greet future colleagues. DBA YLD happy hours are at Marlowe’s on the third Thursday of every month. Mark your calendars and plan to attend!
Call Megan Brynhildsen at (303) 232-2134 for more information.
Seniors Roast, October 17
Come one, come all! It’s time for the Annual Seniors Roast. This year the Seniors Committee will roast, tell stories and maybe even poke a little fun at Bob Hawley, former chair and widely known oil and gas guru.
This event always promises a nice dinner, a chance to socialize with old friends and humorous entertainment. The cost is $35. Please R.S.V.P. to Molly Osberg at (303) 824-5347 and send your payment to 1900 Grant St., Suite 900, Denver, CO 80203.
Legal Night at the Center
The DBA-YLD is seeking volunteers for the "Legal Night at the Center" where attorneys and/or paralegals meet with individuals on a one-on-one basis, providing legal information in the areas of family, employment, and landlord/tenant law.
"Legal Night" is held the third Tuesday of each month in the Baker Neighborhood in Denver, from 5:30-8 p.m. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Suzanne Bruce at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On June 14, a familiar face graced the big screen at Coors Field. Former DBA President Susan Smith Fisher threw out the first pitch in the Colorado Rockies vs. Seattle Mariners game. Fisher, a lefty, has since signed a multi-year contract for an undisclosed amount. She’ll begin in Colorado Springs, but hopes to move on to the "show" for the pennant run in September.
Susan Smith Fisher throwing the first