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The Colorado Lawyer
March 2002
Vol. 31, No. 3 [Page  23]

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The Colorado Bar Foundation

The Colorado Bar Foundation, established in 1953 by members of the Colorado Bar Association ("CBA"), functions exclusively for educational and charitable purposes and is an organization qualifying under § 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

The Foundation promotes the advancement of jurisprudence and the administration of justice in Colorado through grants to help educate the general public, and to provide assistance to legal institutions and legal services programs in Colorado.

All CBA members are also members of the Foundation. The Foundation is governed by a nine-member Board of Trustees elected by the Board of Governors of the CBA. The current members of the Board of Trustees are: Rebecca Koppes Conway, Greeley, chairperson; Deborah R. Adams, Colorado Springs, vice chairperson; Wesley C. Kettelkamp, Jr., treasurer, Pueblo; Phillip S. Figa, Englewood, Bar Fellows president; John W. Dunn, Vail, COLTAF liaison; John S. Holt, Denver; H. Barton Mendenhall, Rocky Ford; Michael E. McLachlan, Durango; Robert A. Schuetze, Boulder; and ex-officio members Charles C. Turner, CBA Executive Director, and Dana J. Collier Smith, Foundation staff director and CBA Assistant Executive Director.

Financial support for the Foundation comes from several sources. Voluntary contributions are solicited from CBA members along with the annual dues. These voluntary contributions constitute approximately 10 percent annual income into the corpus of the Foundation. Memorial contributions for deceased lawyers, friends, and family are welcome. Bequests are made to the Foundation in wills and as special gifts. The primary source of endowment funding, however, is derived from the Colorado Bar Fellows.

The Colorado Bar Fellows came into existence in 1977 through the efforts of Maurice Reuler. With a program patterned after the American Bar Fellows, new members are selected each year and honored at the annual dinner. Bar Fellows are members in good standing in the CBA who have been recommended by their colleagues. These lawyers have been selected because of their outstanding contributions to their communities.

New members pledge $1,500 toward the Bar Foundation’s endowment, to be paid in ten equal annual installments. All contributions are tax deductible. On completion of their financial commitment, a member becomes a Fellow Emeritus. Although these members are exempt from making a mandatory annual contribution, most continue to contribute to the activities of the Foundation.

The Foundation has supported a variety of worthwhile projects, institutions, and endeavors. However, given the limited funding available for grants and the growing availability of other funding sources for the direct delivery of legal services, the Foundation has chosen to reemphasize the education and research aspects of its charter.

Ultimately, the Foundation maintains flexibility to support activities within the stated purposes of its charter. Thus, all applicants falling within the broad definitions of the charter are free to apply.

For more information concerning the Foundation, contact Dana J. Collier Smith at (303) 824-5318 or (800) 332-6736.

 

COLORADOBAR FOUNDATION FELLOWS

(As of 1/11/02)

Arthur A. Abplanalp, Jr., Vail
Anthony T. Accetta, Denver *
Deborah R. Adams, Colorado Springs
Bennett S. Aisenberg, Denver *
Thomas N. Alfrey, Denver
Ann Allott, Littleton
Gordon L. Allott, Jr., Littleton
Donald W. Alperstein, Denver
Leo S. Altman, Pueblo *
R. Sterling Ambler, Denver *
Geoffrey P. Anderson, Englewood
Julie E. Anderson, Denver
Betty C. Arkell, Denver *
Harry L. Arkin, Denver
Baxter W. Arnold, Sterling
Walter B. Ash, Denver *
Jonathan D. Asher, Denver *
H. Gregory Austin, Denver
Lewis T. Babcock, Denver
William Babich, Denver
Gerald L. Bader, Jr., Denver
Donald K. Bain, Denver
Kenneth A. Baker, Salida
Barbara S. Banks, Denver
Richard J. Banta, Englewood
Scott S. Barker, Denver
Patrick E. Barney, Steamboat Springs
Frederick J. Baumann, Denver
William Beaney, Denver *
Robin L. Beattie, Denver
Kathryn McCord Beck, Golden
Michael L. Bender, Denver
Amy L. Benson, Denver
Field C. Benton, Denver *
Susan Bernhardt, Denver
Jack W. Berryhill, Denver
Donald A. Bertram, Denver
William A. Bianco, Denver
J. Fern Black, Denver *
Stanley A. Black, Boulder *
Joseph I. Bodine, Greeley
Larry L. Bohning, Denver
Albert M. Bonin, Denver
Victor F. Boog, Lakewood
Douglas E. Bragg, Denver *
Edgar H. Brandenburg, Brush
Robert W. Brandes, Jr., Fort Collins
L. Richard Bratton, Gunnison *
Christopher R. Brauchli, Boulder *
Albert Brenman, Denver *
G. Scott Briggs, San Jose, CA *
Steve C. Briggs, Denver
Geraldine A. Brimmer, Denver
Rebecca S. Bromley, Colorado Springs *
Baird B. Brown, Grand Junction
Elizabeth E. Brown, Denver
Thomas G. Brown, Denver *
Norman Brownstein, Denver
Harold H. Bruff, Boulder
James Buchanan, Boulder *
Susan Fox Buchanan, Lakewood
Alan H. Bucholtz, Denver *
George R. Buck, Jr., Cortez *
Bruce T. Buell, Colorado Springs *
Glen A. Burbridge, Denver
Donald H. Burkhardt, Denver
Fotios M. Burtzos, Colorado Springs
Robert G. Busch, Lakewood
Mari C. Bush, Boulder
David Butler, Denver *
James E. Bye, Denver *
David P. Cain, Thornton
Douglas M. Cain, Denver *
Maureen A. Cain, Denver
Clifford J. Calhoun, Boulder
Thomas J. Callahan, Wray
A. Bruce Campbell, Denver
Brian T. Campbell, Denver *
Donald E. Campbell, Colorado Springs *
Leonard M. Campbell, Denver *
E. Michael Canges, Denver
Joel W. Cantrick, Denver
Gerald A. Caplan, Boulder *
Marian L. Carlson, Denver
Diane Carlton, Lone Tree
Stacy A. Carpenter, Denver
Willis V. Carpenter, Denver *
James F. Carr, Denver
Jim R. Carrigan, Denver *
Sheila P. Carrigan, Boulder
Charles L. Casteel, Denver *
John S. Castellano, Denver
Ann J. Castle, Denver
Kenneth W. Caughey, Denver *
Celeste M. C de Baca, Denver
Gary J. Ceriani, Denver
James H. Chalat, Denver
Barbara G. Chamberlain, Denver
Bruce D. Chapman, Vail
Karen L. Chapman, Denver
Leonard M. Chesler, Denver
Jay Junekun Choi, Englewood
Steven C. Choquette, Denver
James R. Christoph, Boulder
Richard K. Clark, Denver *
Roger E. Clark, Loveland *
Gary M. Clexton, Denver
Patricia A. Coan, Denver
Christine A. Coates, Boulder
Melvin A. Coffee, Englewood
Nancy L. Cohen, Denver *
James M. Colosky, Grand Junction
Frederic K. Conover II, Denver *
Rebecca Koppes Conway, Greeley *
Donald L. Cook, Denver
Robert M. Cooper, Broomfield
Donald E. Cordova, Denver *
Miles C. Cortez, Jr., Denver *
John W. Coughlin, Denver
Cynthia F. Covell, Denver
John A. Criswell, Denver *
Christopher C. Cross, Littleton
Thomas R. Cross, Colorado Springs *
Nancy R. Crow, Denver
George B. Curtis, Denver
Arthur C. Daily, Aspen
Wiley Y. Daniel, Denver
Carolyn E. Daniels, Denver *
Edward A. Dauer, Denver *
Janice B. Davidson, Denver
F. Ray DeGood, Loveland *
W. Robert Delaney, Glenwood Springs *
Herbert A. Delap, Denver
Thomas J. DeMarino, Denver *
William P. DeMoulin, Lakewood *
Laurence W. DeMuth, Jr., Englewood *
William DeSouchet, Jr., Alamosa *
Peter C. Dietze, Boulder

Joseph B. Dischinger, Denver
Jack E. Donley, Colorado Springs
Robert C. Dorr, Denver
Richard N. Doyle, Greeley
William F. Dressel, Fort Collins *
David J. Driscoll, Louisville
Jean E. Dubofsky, Boulder *
Philip G. Dufford, Denver *
John W. Dunn, Vail *
G. Lane Earnest, Boulder
Richard L. Eason, Denver
John A. Eckstein, Denver
Allison H. Eid, Golden
Troy A. Eid, Denver
Dana L. Eismeier, Englewood
Nancy B. Elkind, Denver
Carl A. Eklund, Denver *
Scott J. Eldredge, Englewood
Laura B. Embleton, Denver
David W. Enoch, Colorado Springs *
Edmund L. Epstein, Denver *
David Erickson, Denver
William H. Erickson, Denver *
Stephen K. ErkenBrack, Denver
Steven W. Farber, Denver
Hubert A. Farbes, Jr., Denver *
J. Michael Farley, Denver *
Ernest F. Fazekas II, Castle Rock
Bruce F. Fest, Boulder
Phillip S. Figa, Engelwood *
Gene E. Fischer, Fort Collins *
Susan Smith Fisher, Littleton
L. B. Flanders, Longmont *
James C. Flanigan, Denver *
W. Harold (Sonny) Flowers, Jr., Boulder
James B. Folkestad, Castle Rock
Scott R. Foncannon, Rocky Ford
Frances C. Fontana, Denver
Douglas D. Foote, Lafayette
Arthur M. Frazin, Denver
Todd A. Fredrickson, Denver
Robert H.S. French, Breckenridge *
Henry C. Frey, Greeley
John P. Frey, Fort Collins
Ann B. Frick, Denver
Alan C. Friedberg, Denver
Sheldon E. Friedman, Denver *
Robert P. Fullerton, Denver *
David W. Furgason, Denver
H. Patrick Furman, Boulder
Larry R. Gaddis, Colorado Springs
Charles F. Garcia, Denver
Walter W. Garnsey, Jr., Denver
Richard S. Gast, Fort Collins
Kenneth W. Geddes, Colorado Springs *
Howard B. Gelt, Denver
Theodore Z. Gelt, Denver
Elvin L. Gentry, Colorado Springs
Russell L. George, Rifle *
Walter L. Gerash, Denver
Miles M. Gersh, Denver *
Matthew R. Giacomini, Englewood
Cyndy L. Giauque, Windsor
George M. Gibson, Jr., Colorado Springs *
Terence A. Gilmore, Fort Collins
Marcy G. Glenn, Denver
Charles Goldberg, Denver *
Leonard M. Goldstein, Denver *
Peter A. Goldstein, Colorado Springs
Peter B. Goldstein, Denver *
Dennis A. Graham, Denver
Susan M. Grant, Monument
William R. Gray, Boulder *
Tennyson W. Grebenar, Denver
Lawrence R. Green, Glenwood Springs
Richard D. Greene, Sedalia *
Spencer A. Gresham, Colorado Springs
Thomas D. Gresham, Colorado Springs *
Harry Griff, Grand Junction
Dan G. Griffin, Grand Junction *
Omer Griffin, Denver *
E. David Griffith, Colorado Springs
Garth C. Grissom, Denver *
Mary Jo Gross, Denver
John W. Groves, Grand Junction *
John W. Grund, Denver
Peter C. Guthery, Denver *
Sheila M. Gutterman, Denver
Samuel P. Guyton, Denver *
Kerry S. Hada, Englewood
Harold A. Haddon, Denver *
George R. Haffke, Fort Morgan
Kathryn Haight, Denver
Susan G. Haines, Denver
Daniel C. Hale, Boulder
John Lawrence Hamil, Denver
Dwight A. Hamilton, Denver *
Lynn A. Hammond, Loveland *
David R. Hammond, Denver
Mary Mead Hammond, Denver
Jerry W. Hannah, Vail
Michelle T. Hannigan, Denver
Christopher L. Hardaway, Denver
Stephen J. Harhai, Denver *
Alfred C. Harrell, Jr., Denver *
Dale R. Harris, Denver *
Susan R. Harris, Denver *
David B. Harrison, Boulder
Richard H. Hart, Vail *
Dennis W. Hartley, Colorado Springs
Earl August Hauck, Denver
Constance Hauver, Denver *
John F. Head, Denver
David W. Heckenbach, Lone Tree
Chris D. Hefty, Loveland
Robert G. Heiserman, Denver
David A. Helmer, Frisco
Richard Helmick, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii *
Thomas C. Henley, Colorado Springs
Richard F. Hennessey, Denver
Edward M. Heppenstall, Denver
John G. Herbert, Denver *
Alden V. Hill, Fort Collins *
James W. Hill, Denver
Daniel C. Himelspach, Denver
Donald W. Hoagland, Denver *
Mary T. Hoagland, Denver *
Joseph G. Hodges, Jr., Denver *
Daniel S. Hoffman, Denver *
Morris B. Hoffman, Denver
Lisa Hogan, Denver
Richard P. Holme, Denver *
Judith H. Holmes, Denver
Robert A. Holmes, Denver
John S. Holt, Denver *
Marcia C. Holt, Denver *
George M. Hopfenbeck, Jr., Denver
Jay Horowitz, Denver
Gregory K. Hoskin, Grand Junction *
Barnard O. Houtchens, Greeley *
Kim R. Houtchens, Greeley *
Peter C. Houtsma, Denver
H. Lawrence Hoyt, Boulder
R. Val Hoyt, Englewood *
Kenneth D. Hubbard, Denver *
James W. Hubbell, Denver
Lynne M. Hufnagel, Denver
William L. Hunnicutt, Denver
William J. Hybl, Colorado Springs *
S. Kirk Ingebretsen, Denver
Kathleen T. Ives, Denver
Brenda L. Jackson, Cañon City
R. Brooke Jackson, Golden
Gary M. Jackson, Denver
Paul A. Jacobs, Denver
Elaine T. Johnson, Louisville
Joseph C. Jaudon, Jr., Denver
Bruce B. Johnson, Denver *
Robert W. Johnson, Colorado Springs *
Winthrop D. Johnson, Boulder *
Claudia J. Jordan, Denver
Lynn S. Jordan, Denver
Randall D. Jorgensen, Pueblo
David R. Juarez, Brighton
Edwin S. Kahn, Denver *
Gregory B. Kanan, Denver
Thomas L. Kanan, Denver
Thomas Kelly Kane, Colorado Springs
Robert J. Kapelke, Denver
Steven M. Kaufmann, Denver
Kenzo S. Kawanabe, Denver
John T. Kearns, Englewood
William L. Keating, Denver
Robert R. Keatinge, Denver
George C. Keely, Denver *
John J. Keilbach, Pueblo
Glen E. Keller, Jr., Denver
Barbara J. Kelley, Denver
John S. Kellogg, Denver *
John F. Kelly, Denver *
Mary J. Kelly, Denver

Terrance R. Kelly, Denver *
Phillip A. Kendall, Colorado Springs
Stanley C. Kent, Colorado Springs
Albert H. Kern, Aspen
W.C. Kettlekamp, Jr., Pueblo *
Francis P. King, Denver *
Roger A. Klein, Greeley
David C. Knowlton, Denver *
John M. Kobayashi, Denver *
Christopher J. Koenigs, Denver
John Kokish, Castle Rock
Francis A. Koncilja, Denver *
Dolores B. Kopel, Denver *
Gerald H. Kopel, Denver *
Rebecca L. Kourlis, Denver *
Cathy S. Krendl, Denver *
Marcia S. Krieger, Denver
Clifton B. Kruse, Jr., Colorado Springs *
Kenneth M. Laff, Denver
Christopher Lane, Denver
Katherine Shand Larkin, Denver
Michele Lamontagne, Denver
James B. Lapin, Denver
Juli E. Lapin, Greenwood Village
Richard W. Laugesen, Denver *
John M. Law, Denver *
Leslie M. Lawson, Denver *
Christopher M. Leh, Boulder
James R. Leh, Sterling *
Hover T. Lentz, Denver *
Mark F. Leonard, Denver
Mark R. Levy, Denver
Evan S. Lipstein, Lakewood
Richard M. Lirtzman, Boulder
Christopher B. Little, Englewood
David C. Little, Englewood
Randall M. Livingston, Denver
Alan M. Loeb, Denver

Richard V. Lohman, Colorado Springs
Frederick W. Long, Denver
Carlos F. Lucero, Alamosa *
F. Michael Ludwig, Denver
Jay E. Lutz, Denver
James M. Lyons, Denver
Wm. David Lytle, Pueblo
Christopher Macaulay, Denver
Donald P. MacDonald, Denver *
Malcomb E. ‘Sandy’ MacDougall,
Colorado Springs *

Dennis Maes, Pueblo *
Robert L. Malman, Denver
Phillip F. Malouff, Jr., La Junta
Ernest F. Marquez, Salida
Jose D. L. Marquez, Denver *
E. Gregory Martin, Denver *
Ronald M. Martin, Colorado Springs
A. Lenore Martinez, Denver
William J. Martinez, Denver
Clyde O. Martz, Denver *
Mariam J. Masid, Fort Collins
Michael G. Massey, Denver
Charles E. Matheson, Denver *
Karen J. Mathis, Denver *
Fay M. Matsukage, Denver
William F. Mattoon, Pueblo *
Diane H. Mauriello, Vail
Steven E. McBride, Englewood
David L. McCarl, Denver
Michael S. McCarthy, Denver
Hugh J. McClearn, Denver *
William C. McClearn, Denver *
John H. McClow, Gunnison
Gerald P. McDermott, Denver
John A. McDermott, Cañon City *
J. Nicholas McGrath, Aspen *
Michael E. McLachlan, Durango
Richard G. McManus, Jr., Denver *
Joan H. McWilliams, Denver


H. Barton Mendenhall, Rocky Ford *
Pepe J. Mendez, Denver
Bruce A. Menk, Denver
Annita M. Menogan, Denver
Sarah E. Meshak, Boulder
J. Conrad Metcalf, Boulder
Frederick G. Meyer, Denver *
Joseph E. Meyer III, Denver
William G. Meyer, Denver
Jane Michaels, Denver *
Laird T. Milburn, Grand Junction
Gale T. Miller, Denver
J. Kent Miller, Denver
Michael P. Miller, Littleton
Nancy D. Miller, Denver
Robert N. Miller, Greeley
Walker D. Miller, Greeley *
Robert A. Millman, Colorado Springs
Denise K. Mills, Denver
Ned A. Minor, Denver
Richard E. Mishkin, Denver
Donald S. Molen, Denver
Peggy Montaño, Denver
James T. Moran, Aspen *
Grady Bryan Morgan, Denver
Joel A. Moritz, Denver
Cecil E. Morris, Jr., Denver
Kim Morss, Denver
Raphael J. Moses, Boulder *
John C. Mott, Denver *
John E. Moye, Denver *
Norman R. Mueller, Denver
Mary J. Mullarkey, Denver *
D. Rico Munn, Denver
Stephen M. Munsinger, Denver
L. Richard Musat, Denver
Rendle Myer, Denver *
Ann B. Mygatt, Boulder
Laura J. Nagle, Denver
Kathleen Negri, Denver
Richard C. Nehls, Boulder
William D. Neighbors, Denver *
Gordon W. Netzorg, Denver
G. Keith Newbold, Durango
Peter H. Ney, Denver
Jon S. Nicholls, Denver
Leonard M. Oates, Aspen
Kathleen A. Odle, Denver
Thomas R. O’Donnell, Denver
Arthur E. Otten, Jr., Denver
Patti F. O’Rourke, Pueblo *
Tad Overturf, La Junta
James C. Owen, Denver *
Norman A. Palermo, Colorado Springs
D. Monte Pascoe, Denver *
J. Steven Patrick, Gunnison
Neil Peck, Denver
William M. Peek, Denver *
Steven T. Pelican, Colorado Springs
Brian Pendleton, Denver
James J. Peters, Englewood
Brooke A. Peterson, Aspen
Connie L. Peterson, Denver *
Courtland H. Peterson, Boulder *
Daniel B. Petre, Glenwood Springs
John S. Pfeiffer, Denver *
Elizabeth A. Phelan, Denver
Florence J. Phillips, Denver *
Mary M. Phillips, Denver
Charles D. Pierce, Denver *
Frank Plaut, Lakewood *
Gary L. Polidori, Lakewood
Dennis B. Polk, Golden
Glenn Porzak, Boulder
David D. Powell, Jr., Denver
Susan G. Pray, Denver
Bruce D. Pringle, Denver
Edward E. Pringle, Denver *
Anthony Prinster, Grand Junction *
John A. Purvis, Boulder *
Beverly J. Quail, Denver
Gerald M. Quiat, Denver *
Lewis M. Quigg, Pueblo
Joseph R. Quinn, Denver *
Thomas J. Ragonetti, Denver
Ann T. Raisch, Boulder *
Jerry W. Raisch, Boulder
Manuel Ramos, Denver
Henry R. Reeve, Denver
Jeffrey F. Reiman, Denver
William H. ReMine, Denver
Jerry A. Retherford, Colorado Springs
Maurice Reuler, Denver *
Nancy E. Rice, Denver
Kirk Rider, Grand Junction
William K. Ris, Denver *
James M. Robb, Grand Junction
Patricia W. Robb, Rye
Thomas L. Roberts, Denver
Frank L. Robinson, Denver
Shannon A. Robinson, Denver
Frederic B. Rodgers, Central City *
Alexander R. Rothrock, Englewood
Luis D. Rovira, Denver *
Arthur P. Roy, Denver *
Edwin G. Ruland, Denver *
Michael A. Sabian, Denver
Kenneth L. Salazar, Denver
Barbara Salomon, Denver *
Susan E. Sanders, Denver
Raymond N. Satter, Denver *
John M. Sayre, Denver *
Loren B. Schall, Fort Collins
Richard J. Scheurer, Lakewood
Glenn H. Schlabs, Colorado Springs
O. Edward Schlatter, Denver *
William F. Schoeberlein, Denver
Robert A. Schuetze, Denver *
Helena Schultz, Brush
Gregory K. Scott, Golden
Daniel J. Sears, Lakewood
Lance M. Sears, Colorado Springs
Thomas R. Sharp, Steamboat Springs *
David B. Shaw, Pueblo *
Lynne Sholler, Durango
Helen C. Shreves, Denver
Charles L. Sisk, Boulder
Darlene Sisneros, Denver
William F. Skewes, Evergreen
Marjorie N. Sloan, Denver
Robert S. Slosky, Denver *
Burton A. Smead, Jr., Englewood *
David P. Smith, Durango
Donald P. Smith, Jr., Denver *
Gregory J. Smith, Denver
Michael A. Smith, Denver *
Robert M. Smith, Fort Collins
J. D. Snodgrass, Grand Junction *
Claire E. Sollars, Steamboat Springs
Harvey E. Solomon, Denver *
Reuben K. Sparks, Jr., Colorado Springs
Richard J. Spelts, Littleton
Marcus L. Squarrell, Denver
David H. Stacy, Denver
Elizabeth A. Starrs, Denver
Walter A. Steele, Denver *
Robert L. Steenrod, Jr., Denver
Jan N. Steiert, Denver
Beat U. Steiner, Denver
Joyce S. Steinhardt, Englewood *
Alan L. Sternberg, Denver
C. Jean Stewart, Denver *
Samuel J. Stoorman, Denver
Thomas L. Strickland, Denver
Mary Hurley Stuart, Denver
John-David Sullivan, Fort Collins *
Kent E. Sutherland, Denver *
John W. Suthers, Colorado Springs *
Victoria C. Swanson, Colorado Springs
Constance C. Talmage, Denver
Katherine Tamblyn, Denver *
James K. Tarpey, Denver
Penfield W. Tate III, Denver
Daniel M. Taubman, Denver
Joseph H. Thibodeau, Denver
Fletcher Thomas, Denver *
Roger P. Thomasch, Denver
Joel S. Thompson, Steamboat Springs
C. Gregory Tiemeier, Denver
Edward P. Timmins, Denver
Margaret L. Toal, Denver
Andrew M. Toft, Denver
Dorothy H. Tomasetti, Littleton
Warren L. Tomlinson, Denver *
Jerry B. Tompkins, Grand Junction
Ralph G. Torres, Denver
Tucker K. Trautman, Denver *
Charles J. Traylor, Grand Junction *
Lawrence W. Treece, Denver
Robert S. Treece, Denver
William A. Trine, Boulder
Doris Truhlar, Littleton
Robert J. Truhlar, Littleton
Craig L. Truman, Denver
Charles C. Turner, Denver *
Warren L. Turner, Denver *
Dale P. Tursi, Denver *
Timothy M. Tymkovich, Denver
Arthur C. Underwood, Aurora
Evelyn M. Underwood, Del Norte
Edwin P. Van Cise, Denver *
Anthony van Westrum, Denver
John M. Vaught, Denver
David Vela, Denver *
Robert M. Vinton, Denver
Frank W. Visciano, Denver
Anthony F. Vollack, Denver
James R. Wade, Denver *
Craig E. Wagner, Englewood
Julie M. Walker, Englewood
J. Gregory Walta, Denver *
William E. Walters III, Denver
Lester L. Ward, Denver *
James R. Wear, Vail
Joseph G. Webb, Denver
Zita L. Weinshienk, Denver *
Jo Ann Weinstein, Denver *
Gina B. Weitzenkorn, Denver *
Carol M. Welch, Denver *
Byron White, Washington, DC *
Timothy E. Whitsitt, Carbondale
Anthony W. Williams, Grand Junction *
Marla J. Williams, Denver
Michael A. Williams, Denver *
Wayne D. Williams, Denver *
Julie M. Williamson, Denver
Lee R. Wills, Colorado Springs *
Fred M. Winner, Denver *
Dee P. Wisor, Denver
Cole A. Wist, Denver
Maureen Reidy Witt, Denver
John Wittemyer, Boulder *
Stow L. Witwer, Jr., Greeley *
Julianne Woldridge, Colorado Springs
Albert B. Wolf, Denver
Winston W. Wolvington, Golden *
David L. Wood, Fort Collins *
Lawrence M. Wood, Denver *
L. Thomas Woodford, Golden *
J. Wallace Wortham, Jr., Denver
Brooke Wunnicke, Denver *
Robert B. Yegge, Denver *
Mandy F. Yick, Denver
E. Tuck Young, Pueblo
Stephanie H. Yukawa, Colorado Springs
Edward L. Zorn, Fort Morgan
Eugene P. Zuspann II, Denver
* Fellows Emeriti

 

 

2001 GRANTS - $40,150

Boulder County AIDS Project - $1,000

Grant will support costs associated with representation by volunteer attorneys of clients living with HIV. Founded in 1985, this is a collaborative project of pro bono attorneys and law students.

Burlington Teen Court - $750

Begun in 1998 by schoolteachers and the Burlington Police Department, this program seeks to engage students in the roles of prosecutors and defense lawyers to judge their juvenile peers facing minor offenses.

CBA Law Education Committee (Mock Trial) - $3,500

This grant supports the costs of sending the winners of the state High School Mock Trial Competition to the National High School Finals every spring.

Colorado Center on Law & Policy - $1,000

Funding supports the "Legal Night at the Center," a monthly legal advice and referral program. Located in a predominately low-income Hispanic neighborhood, the program gets volunteer assistance from the Colorado Women’s Bar Association, the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association, the Colorado Asian Pacific-American Bar Association, and the Denver Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Division.

Colorado Civic/Legal Education Project - $3,000

Established in 1973, this organization sponsors annually a statewide teachers conference focusing on law-related education in the classroom. Each year, 180 to 350 educators, representing 35-40 communities, take part in the training program.

Colorado Close-Up - $2,400

This grant supports the organization’s mission to provide high school students with an opportunity to "learn about democratic government, the role and operation of law in our society, and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship." Begun 22 years ago, their training sessions take place at the Colorado Supreme Court and the Denver District Court. Students attending the sessions are required to implement a school or community-based service-learning project.

Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition - $2,000

This organization, founded in 1990 and run exclusively by people with disabilities, organizes advocacy groups to accomplish systemic change in health care, civil rights, and public policy. Additionally, working with Colorado Legal Services, they assist Medicaid clients with complex eligibility issues.

Colorado Judicial Institute - $7,000

Formed in 1979 to be a citizen-based advocate for judicial improvement efforts, the organization’s recent focus has been on enhancing judicial performance evaluations, innovative ADR approaches, and promoting public trust and confidence in an independent judiciary.

Colorado Lawyers for the Arts - $1,500

This grant will support the organization’s mission of volunteer legal referral, education, and mediation benefiting the arts community in Colorado.

Colorado School Mediation Project - $2,000

This organization promotes safe, caring, and just schools and communities through training and support in conflict resolution. Based in Jefferson County, it works primarily with Westminster and Jeffco schools on restorative justice programs and law-related education efforts.

Colorado Springs Teen Court, Inc. - $750

As an alternative to the regular judicial system, this El Paso-based program engages students themselves in prosecuting, defending, and judging their fellow students regarding first-time misdemeanor offenses.

Denver Rotary/DU/CBA - $1,000

The purpose of this program is to help sponsor a Russian graduate law student in his or her studies for one semester at the DU College of Law. The goals are to allow the student to study constitutional law principles by direct classroom instruction as well as interaction within the Denver legal and judicial community.

Durango Teen Court - $750

Similar to other teen courts funded by the Foundation, this program gives teens a first-hand look at our judicial system. This project covers the 6th JD, tries at least forty cases, and involves over thirty students.

First Judicial District Bar Association - $500

Serving Jefferson and Gilpin County seniors, this program seeks to provide free and low-cost legal assistance to seniors, primarily in the areas of estate planning, medical eligibility issues, and social security.

Justice Information Center, Inc. - $1,500

This organization provides education and awareness of legal issues to a diverse immigrant population. Founded in 1974, the interpretation and translation services now deal with seventy-two languages, with seven more than last year, including Pushtoo, Nepalese, and Creole.

The Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older People - $2,500

The mission of the Center is to protect and promote the rights of people with disabilities and older people in Colorado through direct legal representation, advocacy, education, and legislative analysis.

Mesa County Bar Association (Mock Trial) - $500

This grant supports the efforts of the MCBA in running the High School Mock Trial Competition in their community. The association partners with the local school district and volunteer attorneys to run this program each year.

North American Indian Services, Inc. - $1,000

This Lakewood-based nonprofit seeks to provide legal representation to North American Indian Tribes and indigent people. Currently, the organization’s focus is on effective legal counsel and culturally appropriate referral services for indigent juveniles.

Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center - $2,500

This well-established nonprofit educates and trains the legal community to help meet the unmet legal needs of children at risk. Additionally, foster parents and professionals will be trained in children’s rights and the rights of intervention. Recruitment and training of pro bono attorneys is a primary function of the Law Center.

University of Colorado School of Law – Indian Law Clinic - $2,500

This program has two fundamental goals: one, to provide rigorous hands-on training to students who will go on to become leaders in Native American advocacy; and two, to assist Native individuals and tribes in their efforts to promote tribal sovereignty, preserve their land bases, and fight discrimination.

University of Denver College of Law – Public Interest Clerkship - $2,500

This program, established in 1984, provides opportunities for students to engage in paid legal work during the summer break. The students work in non-profit or government agencies providing services that they otherwise could not afford. The Colorado ACLU, the Legal Initiative Project, and Colorado ACORN were some of the participating agencies.

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