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September 2002      Vol. 31, No. 9

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. 4
Lindsay Packard


General Interest Article
A Primer on Liquor License Application Hearings in Colorado, p. 11
Kurt G. Stiegelmeier


CBA President's Message to Members
Speak Up For Freedom, p. 23
John E. Moye

Profiles of Success
Robert (“Bob”) Hawley, p. 25
Brooke Wunnicke

Colorado Bar Association 2001-2002 Annual Report, p. 33

Specialty Law Columns

Advising Nonprofit Organizations
Modern Tomb Raiders: Nonprofit Organizations’ Impermissible Use of Restricted Funds, p. 57
Michael M. Schmidt, Taylor T. Pollock

The Civil Litigator
Securities Litigation and Criminal Implications: A Little Knowledge Can Be Dangerous, p. 63
Stanley H. Marks

Civil Evidence
Rule 501: Litigation and Implied Waiver of the Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege, p. 69
Sven C. Collins

Estate and Trust Forum
Examination of Selected Provisions of Colorado’s Uniform Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Act, p. 71
Layne G. Brown, Jr.

Family Law Newsletter
Interstate Family Law Jurisdiction: Simplifying Complex Questions, p. 77
Angela R. Arkin

Natural Resource and Environmental Notes
The Brownfields Amendments: New Opportunities, New Challenges—Part II, p. 83
Scott H. Reisch

Workers' Compensation Report
Update on Colorado Appellate Decisions In Colorado Workers' Compensation Law, p. 89
Ralph Ogden


Access to Justice
The Colorado Innocence Project, p. 29
Corey Ann Finn

Appellate Practice
Brevity, p. 31
Andrew M. Low

From The Wool-Sack
From The Wool-Sack, p. 49
Christopher R Brauchli

From Our Readers
Regarding the Effective Date of C.R.C.P 16, p. 50
Richard P. Holme

The Scrivener: Modern Legal Writing
You Can Judge a Book by its Cover: The Redbook, p. 51
K. K. DuVivier

Technology and Law Practice
"Doing Business" with the Business Division of the Colorado Department Of State--Part II, p. 53
Keith Whitelaw

In Memoriam
In Memoriam, p. 102

Historical Perspectives
The Original “Sod Squad”: Dry Lawns, Dirty Cars, And the Legality of Water Restrictions in the 1950s, p. 110
Tom I. Romero, II

From the Courts

Colorado Supreme Court Opinions

Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions

Court Business
Court Business, p. 121

Colorado Disciplinary Cases
Summaries of Opinions, p. 125

Opinions, p. 127

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