Posts tagged "Colorado Super Lawyers"

Super Lawyers Journalism Recognized

If you've spent any time on SuperLawyers.com, you've probably read some of our articles about attorneys featured in Super Lawyers Magazine. Our mission is to bring visibility to excellence in legal practice, but we also love sharing these inspiring stories: they bring our magazine to life.

Judging Her Judicial Career: What Jean Dubofsky learned on the Colorado Supreme Court

Earlier this year we spoke with Jean Dubofsky, of Boulder, Colo., who, in 1979, became the first female justice on the Colorado Supreme Court. She returned to private practice in 1988, and is now in the midst of winding down her storied career.

Big Cases, Boutique Firm: Denver's Reilly Pozner

What kinds of cases does Denver-based firm Reilly Pozner handle? In our cover story, "The Life of Reilly," on firm co-founder Daniel M. Reilly, in the lastest issue of Colorado Super Lawyers magazine, we touch on the subject briefly:

Jean Dubofsky: Advice to Young Lawyers

dubofsky.jpgJean Dubofsky knows supreme courts. She became the first female justice on the Colorado Supreme Court in 1979, and, as an appellate lawyer, was lead counsel for the plaintiffs in overturning the Amendment 2 case (Romer v. Evans) before the U.S. Supreme Court in 1996. In the latest issue of Colorado Super Lawyers & Rising Stars magazine, in a Q&A entitled "Lone Ranger," we talk with Ms. Dubofsky about her extensive career, the difficulty of being a judge, and how much longer she'll practice law.

Jean Dubofsky on Public Policy Groups that Matter

dubofsky.jpgJean Dubofsky knows supreme courts. She became the first female justice on the Colorado Supreme Court in 1979, and, as an appellate lawyer, was lead counsel for the plaintiffs in overturning the Amendment 2 case (Romer v. Evans) before the U.S. Supreme Court in 1996. In the latest issue of Colorado Super Lawyers & Rising Stars magazine, in a Q&A entitled "Lone Ranger," we talk with Ms. Dubofsky about her extensive career, the difficulty of being a judge, and how much longer she'll practice law.

Super Lawyers News: Balloon Boy's Father Hires David Lane

 Dscriber.com reports that storm chaser and reality-TV wife swapper Richard Heene has hired Denver attorney David Lane (Colorado Super Lawyers 2006-09). Lane gained national attention when he represented embattled former University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill.