May 19, 2011
“The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible.”
~ Arthur C. Clarke
Show your pride by using the CBA Member Mark
Show your commitment to the profession, and let everyone know you are an active member of the CBA by signing up to use the CBA Member Mark. Use the logo on your business cards, stationery, print and electronic advertising, Web pages and more. Click here for information and a license application.
Don’t Be a Name Without a Face!
Get your photo taken at no cost for the CBA’s online Find A Lawyer directory from June 6 to 10 at the CBA offices. Chad Ogburn Photography Inc. is providing the complimentary services. Members can view their proofs immediately through an instant video system and select their picture for the directory. Additional portraits will be made available to those wishing to purchase them; however, there is no obligation to buy. Contact the CBA at 303-860-1115 or email@example.com to schedule your appointment.
Courtroom Performance and Presentation Technology, June 15
Co-sponsored by the CBA Litigation Section
Stage presence, the sound of your voice, the structure of your story, the technology you use, and your presentation of the evidence mean the difference between a persuasive story and a confusing list of facts. Len Matheo and Lisa DeCaro, nationally known speakers, teachers, and trial consultants, will speak on: stage presence, delivery, and engaging the audience. Edward Stewart, a partner at Wheeler, Trigg, O’Donnell, will talk on courtroom presentation tools and techniques. Find out more!
Optimize Your CBA Membership:
Last Chance to Enjoy Twice the Savings With FedEx Office
For a limited time, CBA members can double their savings on select FedEx Office services. Save up to 40% on select copy and print services through May 31; that’s twice the normal discount. Click here for more information.
How to Increase Productivity and Work/Life Balance, Aug. 10
Increased productivity is the solution for legal professionals seeking personal satisfaction and professional achievement. Time management and workplace productivity expert Laura Stack will discuss practical ways to increase workplace efficiency, how to boost results and decrease the number of hours at work, and methods to create a win/win for clients and employees alike. One General CLE applied for. Click here for more information and to register.
Selling Your Law Practice: Is It for You? May 23
Is it possible to wind down your practice, leave your clients in good hands, and maybe even find some financial benefit from the firm you built? Attend this program sponsored by the CBA Solo and Small Firm Section from noon to 1 p.m. Click here for more information.
Solo Small Firm June Networking Events
Have you hung your own shingle? Well, come hang with your fellow solo and small firm practitioners at events in Colorado Springs, Denver, Golden, and Centennial. Click here for complete information regarding the June networking meeting sponsored by the CBA Solo and Small Firm Practice Section.
Approaches to Therapy
From Mines and Associates
Deciding on the right therapy is a bit like buying a car. There are many factors to consider when buying a car: How fast do you need to go? Are you driving the car over rough terrain or are you driving down easy roads? Is there more than one person riding in the car? Read more. For further information about confidential assistance for lawyers, click here.
Bankruptcy Update, June 24
You'll hear from leading practitioners, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court judges, and representatives from the Chapter 13 Trustee's Office on how to best serve your clients, whether they are debtors or creditors. You'll get the most important and most recent tools on investigating a case, creating a plan, dealing with plan objections and more. Learn definitive strategies for helping an insolvent entity reorganize, rehabilitate. and rebuild. Register here.
State Judicial Wants Your Feedback on the New E-Filing System
The Colorado Judicial Department is working to build a new, in-house e-filing system to replace LexisNexis File & Serve effective December 31, 2012. Progress toward the completion of migrating to the new state e-filing system can be followed at the judicial branch website. We are looking for members who are willing to serve on subcommittees to help design the new system. Please contact Reba Nance at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested
Tip of the Week from Reba Nance
Printing a List of E-mails in Outlook
Many of us use Outlook as our e-mail client. Most of us know how to print an individual e-mail, but what if you want to print a list of e-mails in your Inbox or in a folder? Chances are, if you ever have tried, you ended up with a copy of an individual e-mail instead of the list you wanted.
Here’s how to print out a list:
1. Open Outlook and be sure your Inbox is displayed. You should see a list of your e-mails.
2. Select the list of e-mails you wish to print.
3. Click on the first e-mail in the list so it is highlighted.
4. Scroll down (or up) to the last e-mail.
5. Press the <shift> key and click on the last e-mail.
6. All of the e-mails should now be highlighted. (If you want to select multiple e-mails that are not in contiguous order, press the <ctrl> key as you click each e-mail with your mouse to highlight only those you want to print on the list).
7. Go to the toolbar on top and select "File" and then "Print" (just as you would if you wanted to print a document).
8. The default is typically "Memo Style" (in blue). Change that to "Table Style." Now click on "Only Selected Rows" and, finally, click "OK." If you want to see a preview of what it will look like before you print, click "Preview" before you click "OK" and you'll see exactly what will print.
Feel free to contact Reba Nance at email@example.com with questions.