Posts tagged "Advice to young lawyers"

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.

Advice to Young Lawyers: Wendy Ellen York's Top 12 Things She Learned the Hard Way

We interviewed Wendy Ellen York, Of Counsel at Sheehan & Sheehan in Albuquerque, and former trial court judge in the Civil Division of the Second Judicial District Court, for the 2011 issue of Southwest Super Lawyers, and asked what advice she could give to young lawyers. Unfortunately, we couldn't fit her entire response in the print magazine. Fortunately, we don't have that space limitation here. So please enjoy Wendy Ellen York's Top 12 Things She Learned the Hard Way: