*** Team Wheels of Justice Kick-off Party
Kick off the Wheels of Justice training season downtown at The Celtic Tavern, 1801 Blake St., May 20, 6-8 p.m. Enjoy great food, beer, wine and fun with your family and friends. Learn strategies for fundraising and hear from The Children’s Hospital doctors on how The Courage Classic ride in July greatly impacts them. RSVP by May 14 to email@example.com. To sign up for the ride, go to https://cobarmail01.cobar.org/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.wheelsofjusticecycling.org/.
*** CLE: 2010 Colorado Employment Law Conference, May 26-27
Get the latest Colorado case law and legislative updates, and learn about how to litigate claims under the ADA. Also, see how to prepare and defend against an attorney’s fee petition, and how to bring and defend cases against governmental entities. This year’s faculty includes prominent federal and state judges, as well as distinguished employment law practitioners from both the plaintiff and defense bars.
*** The Colorado Lawyer’s Question of the Month: As an attorney or legal professional, what is your definition of “success”?
Send your response to firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line “Q of the Month.” Responses will print (without names) in the July issue of The Colorado Lawyer. All CBA members are encouraged to respond to this and future questions related to lawyers, the law and the legal profession.
*** Sign up for Casemaker's New Mobile Phone App and Win an iPad!
Check out the complete Casemaker 2.2 library via your mobile device. Click here for more information. To connect, go to http://mobile.lawriter.net on your mobile device and set up an account by May 31. You will be automatically registered to win an iPad.
*** Fun, loveable committee seeks members
The CBA Mock Trial Committee is looking for new members to meet on the second Wednesday of the month at noon. Call-ins are always welcome. The committee organizes the Colorado High School Mock Trial Program, which includes creating an annual case problem and leading numerous training sessions for students and coaches. More than 1,200 high school students participated this year with the guidance of approximately 200 attorney coaches. An additional 900 members volunteered as presiding judges and/or scoring panelists. To join, e-mail Carolyn Gravit at email@example.com.
*** Point/Counterpoint Authors Wanted
The Colorado Lawyer is seeking topic ideas and authors for 2011 “point/counterpoint” articles. One topic — court of appeals opinions not selected for official publication — needs authors. Contact Coordinating Editor Fred Burtzos at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Policy information about opinion articles and writing guidelines are available.
*** Book: Colorado Courtroom Handbook for Civil Trials, includes the 2010 Supplement
Don't go to court alone — take your trial guide with you. The 2010 supplement has been released with contributions by top Colorado litigators. Substantial revisions have been made to several chapters, including critical discussions of recent state and federal case law updates.
*** Tip of Week: Free Data Recovery Tools
It happens — you accidentally delete something like a file or folder. We’ve known since the early days of Norton Utilities that all is not lost. Typically, files are not actually deleted, just the reference to them in the disc’s file directory is. So, all the data is there, you just need to get to it.
A host of utilities have come out since the early days of PCs to help recover files. Below are Lifehacker’s Five Best Free Data Recovery Tools. For more complete information on each tool and why you might select one over another, click here.
Recuva (Windows): Top pick for data recovery
TestDisk (Windows/Mac/Linux): Runner-up for disk repair and data recovery
This tip is courtesy of the ABA LPM Practice Management Advisors Task Force. Contact Reba Nance at email@example.com if you have any questions.