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November 13, 2014 “Advice is like snow—the softer it falls, the longer it dwells upon, and the deeper it sinks into the mind.”
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge
In this Issue:
From the Bar

Tech Tuesdays: Cloud-Based eDiscovery Options—Tuesday, Nov. 18, Noon to 12:30 p.m.

With the expansion and acceptance of cloud-based solutions, users now have the largest selection of quality applications and tools at their fingertips. Brian McHughs of Indexed I/O will discuss cloud-based eDiscovery options that will save you time and money. From remote collection to a courtroom presentation—there’s an app for that! Register now, or click here for information on all Tech Tuesday webinars.

Chuck is About to Begin his Next Rodeo!
Join us on Monday, Dec. 8, to wish him happy trails

The Colorado and Denver Bar Associations will honor Chuck Turner for his 34 years of service as their Executive Director by holding a reception at the Ralph Carr Judicial Center on Monday, Dec. 8 starting at 5:30 p.m. in the atrium. Everyone is welcome to attend! RSVP to or 303-860-1115, ext. 727.

GCs Speak Out: What Do They Really Think About Balanced Hours Programs?—Tuesday, Nov. 18, 7:30–9 a.m.

The CBA Committee for Balanced Legal Careers is presenting a seminar focused on the attitudes and perceptions of general counsel regarding balanced hours programs and alternative work arrangements. Listen to panelists Shawn Cheadle of Lockheed Martin, Courtney Seely of Consumer Capital Partners, and Rob Simmons of Molson Coors at the CBA-CLE offices on Tuesday, Nov. 18, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Click here to RSVP.

Substantive Articles Welcomed in Consumer Protection and Antitrust Law for Publishing Consideration in The Colorado Lawyer

If you are interested in writing a substantive article in the area of consumer protection and antitrust law, please contact Coordinating Editors Katherine (Katie) Pratt and Todd Seelman for writing guidelines and publishing information. Help grow this practice area’s presence in The Colorado Lawyer.

Marijuana, the Colorado Model—Wednesday, Nov. 19

The growing Marijuana industry in Colorado and resulting revenue has created a number of legal, financial and regulatory issues. Hear from some Colorado’s top regulatory and legal experts on issues including: banking, regulation, consumer safety, lending, taxation, hearings, and more. This program will fill up, so register now!

2014 Ethics 7.0—Friday, Nov. 21

Get the latest information on ethical issues from a distinguished faculty comprised of judges, practitioners, attorney regulation counsel, and a law school scholar. They will address current, common and challenging ethical issues you routinely encounter, or may encounter at some point in your career. PLUS, earn all of your required ethics credits. Sign up now!

COLAP’s Tip of the Week

COLAP’s Tip of the Week: What Have You Learned?

November is a month to be grateful for many things, including the lessons we have learned along the way. What are you grateful for? Click here to find out more.

From the Law Schools

Corporate Counsel Intensive Institute—Jan. 5–9

The University of Colorado Law School will host the first-ever Corporate Counsel Intensive Institute (CCII) January 5–9, at the Wolf Law Building in Boulder. CCII is an intensive one-week course designed to immerse prospective or new in-house counsel in the best practices of being an effective and strategic in-house counsel. CCII will be taught by seven of the most dynamic and progressive general counsel in the country. Click here for more information or to register.

From the Legal Connection

Tenth Circuit Announces Bankruptcy Judge Vacancy in District of Wyoming

The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals announced a vacancy for a bankruptcy judge in the District of Wyoming. This position will open after February 28, 2015, and it will be officially located in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Bankruptcy judges are appointed to 14-year terms. Click here to read more.

Killing Them Softly (Part Eight): What We Might Be Missing

The Abstract to Prof. Austin’s Killing Them Softly states that “This Article provides a groundbreaking synthesis on the neuroscience of achieving optimal cognitive fitness for all law students, law professors, and lawyers.” The article is all that, and more: it’s also a call to action. Click here to read more.

From the Legal Community

Volunteer with AARP Foundation ElderWatch

AARP Foundation ElderWatch is a consumer protection initiative in conjunction with the Colorado Attorney General, whose mission is to ensure that no older person is left to suffer, alone, and in silence, at the hands of those who exploit them. We are specifically seeking volunteers who are 50 and older to foster a peer-to-peer connection with callers, however we welcome interest from younger volunteers as well. More information about the volunteer opportunities is available online or by contacting Beau Ballinger.

Optimize Your Membership

Refinance Your Student Loans With SoFi

CBA member benefit provider SoFi can help you refinance your student loans by combining your existing private and federal loans into one loan with one monthly payment, while currently offering variable rates beginning at 2.66% APR, and fixed rates from 3.625% APR.

Not sure what to do about your student loans? Sign up for SoFi’s complimentary webinar, Friday, Nov. 14, from noon to 1 p.m., to learn about refinancing and all the options available. Click here to register and use webinar ID: 118-752-947.

Tip of the Week From the LPM Department

Outlook Tip—Use “Conversation Clean Up” to Eliminate Redundant Messages

Outlook 2010 has a cool feature few people know about. We’ve all sent an email to multiple people asking for their feedback. As an example, Suzanne sends a message to four other people—either individually or on a list serve. Bob will open Suzanne’s email and reply directly back to her. Tom will also open Suzanne’s email and reply directly back to her. Jim replies to the email sent by Tom, which now has Tom and Jim’s response—but not Suzanne’s. Conversation Clean Up evaluates the contents of each message in a conversation thread. If the message is completely contained within one of the replies, the previous message is deleted.

For more information, and detailed instructions on using this feature, click here. Give it a try. I’m sure you’ll love it!

Contact Reba Nance at if you have questions.

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