The CAMP 2018 Events Calendar and Program Descriptions can be found below. Scroll to the bottom of the page to view the full CAMP Calendar including community events and training.

All events will occur at the Ralph Carr Judicial Center 1300 Broadway Denver, CO 80203 from 12:00 to 1:00 on the specified date. Events will be live streamed at the same date and time. Live stream details will be distributed in the week leading up to each event. Check www.facebook.com/CAMPMentoring/ for live stream updates.

 

 

To add your program’s mentoring event to this calendar, please contact Lauren Eisenbach at l.eisenbach@csc.state.co.us.

May
3
Thu
“But I’m Not a Mentor!” @ Ralph Carr Judicial Center
May 3 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Mentoring is a challenging job. Mentors can benefit from instruction and support in their efforts to build trust and develop positive relationships with young lawyers.

This workshop provides the following guidance to new mentors or those seeking to improve their mentoring skills:

  • Overview and Objectives of CAMP
  • Defining the Mentor Experience
  • Effective Mentoring Relationships
  • Relationship Developmental Process
  • Helpful Mentor Guidelines & Tips
May
7
Mon
Center For Legal Inclusiveness Diversity Summit
May 7 all-day

It is no surprise that state and local bar associations are struggling to maintain relevance and significance in a shifting legal profession. As more seasoned lawyers leave the practice for retirement, the influx of Millennial and Generation X lawyers requires local bar associations to address the values and diversity of a changing legal profession. Organizational leaders must consider the ways in which diversity and inclusivity can drive sustainability goals of local bar associations. This workshop will discuss ways to grow bar associations’ diversity and inclusivity initiatives to attract and retain the next generation of bar association membership. This workshop will cover the following topics:

  • Diversity 101: Terminology, history, and statistics.
  • How to Assess Organizational Inclusiveness: Participants will learn why and how to assess the state of inclusivity in their organization as it pertains to diverse members. Included in this discussion is how to make the “business case” for inclusivity in your organization.
  • Practical Toolkit to Remove Institutional Barriers: Learn strategies your organization can employ to attract and retain talented, diverse members.
May
14
Mon
Practicing with Professionalism @ CBA/CLE
May 14 @ 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm

 

Declining professionalism within the legal community continues to threaten the standing of our profession in the eyes of the public, and leads to increased dissatisfaction among lawyers themselves. Therefore, maintaining high standards of professionalism within Colorado’s legal community remains a high priority for the  Colorado Supreme Court and the Colorado Bar Association.
Professional responsibility (legal ethics) and lawyer professionalism are related but separate concepts. Professionalism is concerned with the aspirational aspects of lawyering, how lawyers should act, their commitment to our justice system, and their public service obligations. Legal ethics include, but are not limited to, the scope of representation, duties to the court and to your client, conduct while forming, representing, and terminating a relationship with a client, and a vast array of issues concerning how you manage your law practice. This course agenda embraces all values inherent in lawyer professionalism. We look forward to presenting this course to you!

 

May
15
Tue
Practicing with Professionalism @ CBA/CLE
May 15 @ 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm

 

Declining professionalism within the legal community continues to threaten the standing of our profession in the eyes of the public, and leads to increased dissatisfaction among lawyers themselves. Therefore, maintaining high standards of professionalism within Colorado’s legal community remains a high priority for the  Colorado Supreme Court and the Colorado Bar Association.
Professional responsibility (legal ethics) and lawyer professionalism are related but separate concepts. Professionalism is concerned with the aspirational aspects of lawyering, how lawyers should act, their commitment to our justice system, and their public service obligations. Legal ethics include, but are not limited to, the scope of representation, duties to the court and to your client, conduct while forming, representing, and terminating a relationship with a client, and a vast array of issues concerning how you manage your law practice. This course agenda embraces all values inherent in lawyer professionalism. We look forward to presenting this course to you!

 

May
16
Wed
CAMP Mentoring Software Training
May 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

 

 

We will walk you through the relevant portions of your profile, teach you how to effectively use your Mentoring Connection Plan, and walk through the program features to make the most of your CAMP experience.

The training session will be held via GoToMeeting from your own computer. Below is the information you need to log-in. If you have never used GoToMeeting before, we recommend trying it out ahead of time to make sure everything is compatible and works properly.

CAMP Software Training occurs several times. Please register for the date and time that works best for you:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/3953200987065793283

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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May
22
Tue
El Paso County Bar Association Happy Hour
May 22 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
May
23
Wed
Keeping The Lights On: Finding Success as a Solo @ ESQ Legal
May 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

More lawyers than ever are choosing to hang a shingle. While solo practice comes in many forms, the pathways to building a sustainable and fulfilling practice are less clear.

Join CAMP to hear from solo practitioners who have found success in various aspects of practice. Learn from lawyers who take a modern or nontraditional approach to their practice (i.e. limited scope representation, flat fee billing, virtual offices, access to justice/pro bono work, etc.)

Panel members include:

Erika Holmes, ELHOLMES LEGAL SOLUTIONS, LLC

Rehan Hasan, Hasan, LLC

Yev Muchnik, ESQ Legal

Ellen Trachman, Trachman Law Center

Jun
7
Thu
Secrets to Litigation Success @ Ralph Carr Judicial Center
Jun 7 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Symbol of law and justice in the empty courtroom, law and justice concept.

Many young lawyers select “Improve Trial Advocacy Skills” as a mentoring area of interest. However, most lawyers lack ideas for how to actually improve their skills.  Join our panel of experts to learn more about trial advocacy skill development resources in Colorado. We will also discuss pathways to litigation practice, the benefits of government law practice for trial advocacy skill development, and resources related to improving professional communication and relationship building skills.

Panel members include:

John Baker, Former Director of NITA

Tanner Walls, Messner Reeves LLP

Andrew Luxen, Denver District Attorney’s Office

Jun
21
Thu
Practicing with Professionalism @ CBA/CLE
Jun 21 @ 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm

 

Declining professionalism within the legal community continues to threaten the standing of our profession in the eyes of the public, and leads to increased dissatisfaction among lawyers themselves. Therefore, maintaining high standards of professionalism within Colorado’s legal community remains a high priority for the  Colorado Supreme Court and the Colorado Bar Association.
Professional responsibility (legal ethics) and lawyer professionalism are related but separate concepts. Professionalism is concerned with the aspirational aspects of lawyering, how lawyers should act, their commitment to our justice system, and their public service obligations. Legal ethics include, but are not limited to, the scope of representation, duties to the court and to your client, conduct while forming, representing, and terminating a relationship with a client, and a vast array of issues concerning how you manage your law practice. This course agenda embraces all values inherent in lawyer professionalism. We look forward to presenting this course to you!

 

Jun
26
Tue
CAMP Mentoring Software Training
Jun 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

We will walk you through the relevant portions of your profile, teach you how to effectively use your Mentoring Connection Plan, and walk through the program features to make the most of your CAMP experience.

The training session will be held via GoToMeeting from your own computer. Below is the information you need to log-in. If you have never used GoToMeeting before, we recommend trying it out ahead of time to make sure everything is compatible and works properly.

CAMP Software Training occurs several times. Please register for the date and time that works best for you:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/3953200987065793283

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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