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Paula Greisen Discusses 303 Creative v. Elenis

The civil rights lawyer on what makes it different from the Masterpiece cases and how SCOTUS may rule on it

Family First

Between Suzie’s estate planning practice, Jay’s DUI defense shop, and three kids, keeping up with the Tiftickjians is no easy task

Driven

Jim Gilbert’s crusade for victims of unsafe vehicles

Highway From the Danger Zone

Retired Air Force Captain Byeongsook Seo brings an engineer’s mind to the law

Bribery, Fraud and Love at First Sight

Mark Senn’s first foray in real estate law was like doing a heart transplant without medical training

'What a Democracy Should Be'

Election law attorney Martha Tierney on the gold standard in Colorado and trouble elsewhere

Nothing for Granted

A near-death experience helped Keith Fuicelli relate to his clients—and remember what’s important

Comeback Drive

Former pro football player Hollynd Hoskins keeps going until the final whistle for clients like Curtis Brooks

A Country of Immigrants

Colorado attorneys on what it means to be an immigrant practicing law in the U.S.

Peak Performance

Eliza Steinberg has conquered more than half the state’s 14ers, including its most difficult

'Some Kind of Difference'

Igor Raykin spent a decade teaching underserved kids before entering education law

Through the Fire

How Cyrus Rajabi’s firefighting and EMT training helped save his daughter’s life

The Human Element

Even plaintiff’s lawyers salute Mike O’Donnell’s decency

This Is a Change, and I Want to Be Part of It

An oral history of trailblazing women in the law

'These Are Human Beings'

Mari Newman got into civil rights law to fight for those who need her most—like Diana Sanchez

Ian London's Favorite Spots in Steamboat Springs

Local Counsel with Ian London

Get Back Up

No matter how many times he’s been knocked down, Michael Burg always rises