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3:30 PM – Optional Guided TourRalph L. Carr Justice Center’s Learning Center and Library, 1300 Broadway, Denver ---------------------------4 PM – Registration7th Floor, Central Branch, Denver Public Library, 10 West 14th Avenue Parkway at Broadway
4:30 PM - Panel and Discussion:
Our Journeys to the BenchModerator:
- Hon. Mary Mullarkey, Chief Justice, Colorado Supreme Court, Retired; Inductee, Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame
- Hon. Christine Arguello, Judge, U.S District Court, District of Colorado; Inductee, Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame- Hon. Jean Dubofsky, Justice, Colorado Supreme Court, Retired; Inductee, Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame- Hon. Marcia S, Krieger, Chief Judge, U.S District Court, District of Colorado- Hon. Nancy E. Rice, Chief Justice, Colorado Supreme Court
5:30 PM – Recognitions- Hon. Marcia S. Krieger, Chief Judge, U.S. District Court, District of Colorado- Hon. E. Nancy Rice, Chief Justice, Colorado Supreme Court
From March through June 2016, the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame is sponsoring a new exhibit and a series of events entitled Celebrating Colorado Women.
The exhibit will be shown on the 7th floor of the Central Branch of the Denver Public Library. It will feature the 152 Historic and Contemporary women who have been inducted into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame since 1985.
Colorado Women's Hall of Fame
Colorado Bar Association
Colorado Judicial Institute
Holland & Hart
Colorado Women's Bar Association
Gutterman Griffiths PC
University of Colorado Law School
For more information about this committee or to RSVP, contact Professional Advancement Committee Co-Chairs Megan Rose (720) 938-2475 or Kelley Southerland (303) 433-1964.
Please join us for an informal luncheon and conversation with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissioner Kara M. Stein.
Commissioner Stein was appointed by President Barack Obama to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and was sworn in on August 9, 2013. Ms. Stein joined the Commission after serving as Legal Counsel and Senior Policy Advisor for securities and banking matters to Sen. Jack Reed. From 2009 to 2013, she was Staff Director of the Securities, Insurance, and Investment Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. During that time, Ms. Stein played an integral role in drafting and negotiating significant provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
Registration cost includes box lunch.
$25 for CWBA Members
$35 for Non-Members
Registration: 12:15 p.m.
Program: 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
For more information or to RSVP for this meeting, contact Membership Committee Co-Chairs Whitney Beck at (720) 443-2408 or Diane Wozniak at (303) 825-0800.
For more information or to RSVP for this meeting, please contact Publications Committee Co-Chairs Deborah O'Neil at (303) 785-7681 or Monica Rosenbluth at (720) 330-2358.
For more information or to RSVP for this committee meeting, please contact Non-Attorney Legal Professionals Committee Co-Chairs Jenna Klos at (303) 486-0008 or Charlotte Das or 303-779-5300.
Planning is underway for our 39th Annual CWBA Convention to take place May 20-22, 2016 at The Sebastian-Vail.
To get involved or to RSVP for this meeting, contact Convention Committee Co-Chairs Kristi Dorr Gilkes at (303) 396-9862 or Melanie MacWilliams-Brooks at (303) 333-9810.
Leadership Summit & Luncheon for CWBA Board Members Only (Current and New)
Register now and plan to join us for the CWBA's 39th Annual Convention at The Sebastian-Vail in Vail, Colorado.
Visit www.cwba.org/convention for more info and sponsorship opportunities.
This year the CWBA has partnered with Activity Sitters and Activity Camp to offer two options for entertaining kids on Saturday morning, May 21. Parents/guardians have the option of dropping children off for part of the day, or alternatively, participating in the activities with your child. Snacks will be provided, and lunch is available for purchase.
For the Saturday afternoon activities starting at 1:30 p.m., there is no childcare provided and no cost. However, children must be accompanied by a guardian/parent.
Kids Activities & Childcare Schedule
Friday, May 20:
7 - 9 pm: Movie Night (free)No limit on number of children; all must be accompanied by adult/guardian.
Saturday Morning, May 21:Limited to 20 children7:30 am - 8 am: Registration & childcare drop off
8 am - 9 am: Ice breaker games & getting to know kids
9 am - 10 am: Spring-themed craft
10 am - 11:30 am: Snack, age-appropriate games, marshmallow buildings, multi-craft table
11:30 pm - Noon: Lunch – optional purchaseNoon - 1:30 pm: Silly science project indoor tag and active games; multi-craft table1:30 pm: Pick up from childcare
Option 1: Drop-off for “camp” activities + childcare (must be 3 years of age and potty trained): $25 + $12 for lunch; each additional child $10.00 + $12 for lunch
Option 2: Attend “camp” activities with an adult/guardian: $10 (option available for lunch purchase for $12)
Lunch: served buffet style and includes chicken fingers, French fries, mac 'n cheese, fruit and milk or juice.
Saturday Afternoon Free Activities
No limit on number of children; all must be accompanied by adult
1:30 - 4:30 pm: Face painting & balloon animals2 - 3 pm: Snack Cart
Thanks to the generosity of Montessori Academy Colorado (MAC), the CWBA is pleased to offer the above options for a reduced fee.
Activity Sitters and Activity Camp offer quality individual and group childcare, adventure day camps, and craft booths. Its staff are chosen, screened, and trained to the highest professional standards. Its clients include local and visiting families, prestigious resorts, and event coordinators serving media, commercial, government, and veterans' group events. Also see www.facebook.com/Activitysitters.
Throughout the Weekend:
For more information or to RSVP contact the CWBA office at (303) 831-1040.
The CWBA Foundation was founded in 1988 to implement the charitable and educational work of the CWBA, to promote the advancement of women in the law, and to protect and promote the welfare of all women.
Colorado Women's Bar Association • P.O. Box 1918 • Denver, CO 80201Telephone (303) 831-1040 • Email: email@example.com