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August 1999      Vol. 28, No. 8

The Colorado Lawyer, the official publication of the Colorado Bar Association, serves as an informational and educational resource to improve the practice of law.

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Bar News

Bar News
Bar News, p. 1
Darlene M. Emery


Colorado Bar Association 1999-2000 Administration, p. 5

CBA President's Message to Members
Invasion of Your Privacy Is a Small Price to Pay, p. 23
Steven E. McBride

CBA, Courts, Say No to Mandatory Pro Bono, p. 25
Diane Hartman

Changes to Rule 1.15 of the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct Concerning Lawyers' Trust Accounts, p. 27
Edward J. Nugent

1999 CBA Convention Highlights: September 24-26, p. 29

Specialty Law Columns

Automation Annotations
Courtroom Presentation Technology: The Hardware, p. 49
Dave Hersch, Diarmuid Truax, Eileen M. Siemek

The Civil Litigator
Proposed Magistrate Rules: Crucial to Civil Litigators, p. 51
Richard P. Holme

Criminal Law Newsletter
Significant Legislation in the Criminal Law Field in 1999, p. 55
Phil Cherner, Jason Middleton

Estate and Trust Forum
Can Some Colorado Trusts Provide Protection from Claims of Creditors?, p. 61
Joseph G. Hodges, Jr., Eugene P. Zuspann, II

Labor and Employment Review
The Daubert Standard and Employment Law, p. 65
John R. Webb

Technology Law and Policy Review
Legislative Approaches to the Year 2000 Computer Problem, p. 71
Lino S. Lipinsky, Erin A. McAlpin


In Memoriam, p. 2

CBA Ethics Committee Formal Opinions
Formal Opinion 105: Opinion on Temporary Lawyers, p. 31

From The Wool-Sack
From The Wool-Sack, p. 39
Christopher R Brauchli

Pro Bono Success Stories
Making Pro Bono Part of the Real World, p. 41
Stacy Carpenter, JoAnn Viola Salazar

ABA Delegates' Report
Multi-Disciplinary Recommendation: An Analysis, p. 45
Robert R. Keatinge

From the Courts

Colorado Supreme Court Opinions

Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions

Court Business
Court Business, p. 95

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