The CWBA Publications Committee meets the third Tuesday 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.
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.
Meeting for board members only prior to CWBA Annual Holiday Party. For more information contact the CWBA office at (303) 831-1040.
Join us to celebrate the holiday season, enjoy drinks and hors d'oeuvres, and share holiday spirit with friends and colleagues.
As always, CWBA members attend for free. Non-members and guests welcome: please register for $30.
This year's holiday party nonprofit partner is Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN), a nonprofit organization that provides life-changing legal services to vulnerable immigrant children in Colorado, and to adults in immigration detention. We will collect monetary contributions at the holiday party -- please bring your cash or checks payable to RMIAN.
Many thanks to Haddon, Morgan & Foreman for hosting us again this year at their lovely mansion.
Thank you to our sponsors:
Rollin Braswell Fisher LLC
Snell & Wilmer
Foothills Mediation and ADR
SilverAssured Equity ManagementLutz Zuber & Associates, LLC
Rosalie Chamberlain Consulting & Coaching
Sullivan Financial Planning
The theme for this year's CWBA El Paso Chapter holiday party is “international” meaning “diverse culture, attire, food and alcohol.”
RSVPs are requested by 11/27/2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
For more information or to RSVP for this meeting, contact Public Policy Committee Co-Chairs Gina Glockner at (303)296-7300 or Sarah Parady at (303) 502-9911.
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.
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 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.
For more information about this committee or to RSVP, contact Professional Advancement Committee Co-Chair Elizabeth Howard at (815) 353-6595 or Kym Smiley at (720) 508-6618.
Save the date! Come join Colorado's Diversity Bar Associations and the CBA & DBA Divisions and Sections for a highly informative session.
Registration and additional details coming soon.
For more information or to RSVP contact the CWBA office at (303) 831-1040.
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.
Are you ready for your job interviews?
Colorado's diversity bar associations are offering law students and new attorneys a very valuable opportunity to prepare for job interviewing.
We will provide four rounds of lengthy "mock interviews" with practicing attorneys for up to 40 law students and new attorneys (less than two years out of law school) who are members of a diversity bar, including feedback on interviewing skills and practice in a real-life law firm setting.
Registration is FREE - RSVP please. Attorney volunteers also needed for interviews and resume critiques. Appetizers and beverages provided.
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. CLE credit requested.
"Navigating Unconscious Bias While Perfecting Your Career"
Presented by: Rosalie Chamberlain
Even in the best organizations, navigating firm or corporate culture is complex and a factor many of us face. Thriving amidst everyday biases, even ones you don’t realize exist, can be challenging. You need awareness and actions that help you successfully mitigate the beliefs and behaviors that hinder or block success.
Join us for a thought provoking, empowering program that addresses ways to:
Rosalie Chamberlain is the Director of Rosalie Chamberlain Consulting & Coaching in Denver. She is a nationally recognized diversity consultant, advising on a wide range of related issues, especially within the legal services arena. She has served as a speaker, facilitator and coach for law firms, legal departments, law school programs, corporate, government and private industries, both nationally and internationally.
She works with the Center for Legal Inclusiveness, Diversity Lab’s On-Ramp Fellowship Program and consulted with the Women-in-Law-Hackathon, as well as various state and regional Associations for Legal Administration chapters. In addition, she is a writer and frequent commentator on diversity, having authored Conscious Leadership in the Workplace: A Guidebook to Making a Difference One Person at a Time (2015), www.ConsciousLeadershipAtWork.com, and has been quoted in numerous business and legal publications, including The New York Times.
The CWBA, Colorado Legal Services, and Project Safeguard present this valuable day of training to learn about the Permanent Protection Orders (PPO) process.
Participants will earn CLE credits and have the opportunity to gain courtroom experience and make a difference by volunteering for pro bono cases at PPO hearings.
Breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks provided. Registration opens soon.
Please join us for this signature event of the CWBA!
Details coming soon.
Save the date! 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
For more information contact Legal Services Committee Co-Chairs.
Save the dates 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.
Visit www.cwba.org/convention for more info.
Registration opens in March 2018.
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