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August 2012      Vol. 41, 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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In and Around the Bar

CBA President's Message to Members
The Colorado Mentor Program—How It Works, p. 5
Mark A. Fogg

Reflections of a Mentee—Developing Professional Identity and Advancing Social Responsibility, p. 6
Caitlin S. Quander

Developing “Citizen Lawyers”—Perspectives From a Mentee and Mentor, p. 8
Troy R. Rackham

Bar News
News From CBA Sections, Committees, Local and Specialty Bars, and More, p. 11

CBA Board of Governors
Minutes of May 2012 Meeting, p. 23
Denise Lynch

American Bar Association
From the ABA President, p. 26
Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson

The SideBar
The CBA’s Golden Book of Anecdotes and Wisdom—From Attorneys, For Attorneys, p. 27

2012–13 CBA Administration
CBA Officers, Committees, and Sections, p. 31

2012–13 CBA Committee Preference Sheet, p. 45

Sections and Committees Offer Opportunities for Members, p. 46
Melissa Nicoletti, Sara Crocker

2012 CBA Legislative Update
Legislation Passed During the 2012 Legislative Session, p. 49
Michael Valdez


Coordinating Editors for Substantive Law Articles, p. 82

The Civil Litigator
Establishing the Amount in Controversy in Removed Actions Under 28 USC § 1332, p. 83
Ian T. Hicks

Family Law
Retroactive Child Support: Conflicting Decisions and Practical Advice, p. 91
Laura E. Shapiro, James M. Cordes

Labor and Employment Law
Recent FMLA Appellate Decisions and Proposed FMLA Regulations, p. 95
Andrew W. Volin

Medical Marijuana Law
Litigating Disputes Involving the Medical Marijuana Industry, p. 103
Eric J. Moutz


Coordinating Editors for Department Articles, p. 111

Legal Research Corner
The Digital Collections at Colorado Law, p. 111
Robert M. Linz

A Triology of Days, p. 114
Bill Senter

Point/Counterpoint: Receiving CLE Credit for Pro Bono Service
(Left Column/Point) Credit Where Credit Is Due, p. 115
Jason B. Wesoky

(Right Column/Counterpoint) Why Lawyers Should Just Say No, p. 115
Christopher D. Bryan

Appendix, p. 119

Review of Legal Resources
Common Law, History, and Democracy in America, 1790–1900: Legal Thought Before Modernism, p. 121
Jery Payne

iPad Apps in One Hour for Lawyers, p. 122
Chirag Patel, Colin Pitet

The Oxford Introductions to U.S. Law: Income Tax Law, p. 123
Joel M. Jacobson

Read a book. Write a review., p. 124

From the Courts

Colorado Supreme Court Opinions

Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions

Court Business, p. 143

Colorado Disciplinary Cases
Disciplinary Case Summaries, p. 159

Disciplinary Opinions, p. 161

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
Summaries of Selected Opinions, p. 173

Notices, Products, and Services

In Memoriam, p. 133

Colorado Supreme Court Pro Bono Legal Services Commitment and Recognition Program, p. 140

Calendar of Events, p. 191

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