The CWBA Publications Committee typically meets the first Tuesday of each month at Noon. For more information or to RSVP for this meeting, please contact Publications Committee Co-Chairs Jessie Pellant at (720)443-1443 or Abbie Cziok.
The CWBA is hosting our Annual Membership Appreciation Reception.
Join CWBA Board members and other CWBA members for a fun evening of camaraderie, networking, drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Thank you for your CWBA membership! This members-only event features free admission for CWBA members, door prizes (you could win a CWBA Convention registration), and more. Advance registration only – no on-site registration for this event.
Thank you to our Bronze Level event sponsors:
Bryon Large, Esq.
For more information or to RSVP contact the CWBA office at (303) 831-1040.
For more information or to RSVP for this meeting, please contact Legal Services Committee Co-Chairs Sarah Domke at (720) 201-3246 or Erika Holmes at (303) 653-9120.
The Programs Committee typically meets at Noon on the fourth Wednesday of each month. For more information about this committee or to RSVP for this meeting, please contact Programs Committee Co- Chairs Casey Cassinis at (303) 410-7708 or Debbie O'Neil at (303) 785-7681.
Join us for a special presentation and free CLE program in Fort Collins, brought to you by the CWBA and the Larimer County Women's Bar. Approved for two general CLE credits.
"Leadership For Lawyers: How To Mitigate Bias and Effectively Lead"
Presented by: Rosalie Chamberlain
Rosalie Chamberlain is the Director of Rosalie Chamberlain Consulting & Coaching. She is a skilled leadership and executive coach and consultant, having worked extensively with clients in the legal industry, as well as a broad range of corporate, government, and private industries, both national and international. Additionally, she is a nationally recognized speaker and program facilitator. Rosalie has more than 18 years of coaching experience working with individuals and groups on leadership development, team building, talent management, career transitions, and helping organizations become successful and inclusive environments. She is a member of the Committee for Diversity & Inclusion of the National Association of Legal Administrators (ALA). She is featured as one of several selected Top Lawyer Coaches, powered by Diversity Lab. She has served as a speaker for The Securities & Exchange Commission of the United States, the Center for Legal Inclusiveness, the Society for Human Resources, legal departments and multiple law firms across the country, local chapters of ALA, the Colorado Women’s Bar Association, Faculty Emeritus of the Women Leaders Forum, and a panelist at Women Legal 2018. She is also the author of Conscious Leadership in the Workplace: A Guidebook to Making a Difference One Person at a Time. The book addresses authentic leadership, with a strong focus on the impact of biases.
Register to volunteer for the CWBA's semi‐annual volunteer event for LawLine 9. No particular area of legal expertise needed; all of the information you need to convey to callers is provided to you in a notebook at the studio. The goal is to answer the callers question to the best of your ability. In many circumstances, callers need a legal referral.
We need 4 to 6 attorney volunteers. Please note that, because this is live television, you will need to arrive 15 minutes before your shift is scheduled to begin. Channel 9 studios are located at Speer and Logan (Southeast corner) in Denver.
For more information contact Legal Services Committee Co-Chairs.
The Public Policy Committee typically meets the second Monday at Noon during the legislative session. For more information or to RSVP for this meeting, contact Public Policy Committee Co-Chairs Gina Glockner at (303)296-7300 or Monica Rosenbluth at (720) 330-2358.
The Convention Committee meets at 5:45 p.m. on the second Monday of each month.
To get involved or to RSVP for this meeting, contact Convention Committee Co-Chairs Emma Garrison at (303) 244-1878 or Alli Gerkman at (303) 871-6612.
Anyone is welcome to attend! For more information or to RSVP for this meeting, contact Membership Committee Co-Chairs Megan Garnett at (720) 938-2475 or Hannah Jannicelli Westmont at (303) 936-3300.
The CWBA is proud to facilitate a forum for working moms. We will address the challenges of juggling motherhood with a professional career, with fun and lively group discussions.
Lunch and a Survival Kit included.
Thanks to our event sponsor:
And to our Survival Kits Sponsor:
Save the date for this upcoming CLE luncheon in Vail. Registration opens soon.
Save the date and plan to attend this event to help raise funds to support the CWBA Foundation's Scholarship Program.
Additional details and registration links coming soon.
The CWBA Publications Committee meets the second Monday of each month at Noon. For more information or to RSVP for this meeting, please contact Publications Committee Co-Chairs Genet Johnson at (720)452-2540 or Jessie Pellant at (720)443-1443.
The CWBA is partnering this year with Nanno to offer more options for childcare and entertaining kids on Friday afternoon (May 18) and Saturday morning and afternoon (May 19). 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. We will also offer childcare for infants and toddlers.
Kids Activities & Childcare Schedule
Friday, May 18:
7 - 9 p.m.: Movie Night (free) "Moana"No limit on number of children; all must be accompanied by adult/guardian.
Saturday, May 19:
Limited to 20 children total (up to 5 children between the ages of 0-3 years of age) –
8 a.m.: Registration & childcare drop off
8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.: Ice breaker and age-appropriate games, crafts, and snack
11:30 p.m. - Noon: Lunch – optional purchase
Noon - 5 p.m.: Project and activities, games crafts, quiet time, naps, snack
Option 1 (Friday only): Drop-off for “camp” activities + childcare (3 years of age and potty trained): $15, each additional child (age 3+) $10.00
Option 2 (Friday only): Drop-off for “camp” activities + childcare (under 3 years): $20; each additional child $15
Option 3 (Friday and Saturday): Drop-off for “camp” activities + childcare (3 years of age + and potty trained): $40; each additional child $30.00 (option available for lunch purchase for $12)
Option 4 (Friday and Saturday): Drop-off for “camp” activities + childcare (under 3 years of age): $55; each additional child $35 (option available for lunch purchase for $12)
Option 5 (Saturday only): Drop-off for “camp” activities + childcare (3 years of age+ and potty trained): $25; each additional child $15 (option available for lunch purchase for $12)
Option 6 (Saturday only): Drop-off for “camp” activities + childcare (under 3 years of age): $35; each additional child $20 (option available for lunch purchase for $12)
Option 7 (Saturday only): Attend “camp” activities with an adult/guardian: $10 (option available for lunch purchase for $12)
Saturday Lunch: served buffet style and includes chicken fingers, French fries, mac 'n cheese, fruit and milk or juice. ($12 additional purchase)
Nanno offers quality individual and group childcare, adventure day camps, and craft booths. Its staff are chosen, screened, and trained to the highest professional standards. Nanno's CEO and Founder Liz Oertle is a fellow mom attorney. Also see https://www.nanno.com/.
Throughout the Weekend:
Register now and plan to join us for the CWBA's 41st Annual Convention and the Mary Lathrop Awards Reception at The Sebastian-Vail in Vail, Colorado.
Our 2018 Convention theme is WONDER WOMEN!, in recognition of all the big and small ways women lawyers are superheroes - to their clients and to their communities. Our speakers promise to not only share insights on hot legal topics but also those focused on social justice.
View our preliminary schedule here. Visit www.cwba.org/convention for more info.
Purchase your sponsorship now for the Annual Mary Lathrop Award Reception at The Sebastian-Vail on Friday, May 18, 2018.
Beth McCann, Denver District Attorney and CWBA Past President
We'd be delighted to have you join us for the Mary Lathrop Award Reception. To register, please select the "Meals Only" option for our Convention registration and select the Mary Lathrop Awards Reception meal.
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.
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