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What Does It Mean to Take The Pledge?
All you have to do is pledge to do one hour of pro bono work from September 1, 2020 - April 30, 2021. We are even supplying you with all different ways you can do pro bono work for a whole host of different organizations with our Pro Bono Corner! Check it out now.
How Do I Fulfill My Pledge?
It's simple! (1) share your time and talent by volunteering for an organization highlighted in the Pro Bono Corner, joining us for a Legal Services sponsored pro bono activity, or providing service to a legal educational or community organization (know your rights programs, coaching mock trial, etc.) or (2) donate the cost of one billable hour to one of our featured organizations. Once you have completed your one hour or made your donation, fill out the Pledge Completion Form, and you are done. All members who complete the Pledge will be honored at our annual CWBA Convention.
If we each do our part, the CWBA will unitedly donate over 1,500 hours of pro bono work per year!
If you have any questions about taking the Pro Bono Pledge or about pro bono opportunities customized just for you, feel free to contact CWBA Legal Services Co-Chairs Hannah Proff or Almira Moronne.
Invitation-only event. The 2020 gathering will be virtual and hosted by our 2018-19 Past President Cat Shea. All CWBA Past Presidents are invited and encouraged to attend the CWBA Annual Past Presidents Dinner.
Questions? Please contact Cat Shea or reach out to Executive Director Kim Sporrer at the CWBA office: 303-831-1040 or email@example.com.
For more information or to RSVP contact the CWBA office at (303) 831-1040.
Join us Thursday, October 22 for a virtual wine tasting with the CWBA's Boulder Chapter and the Boulder County Bar Association.
Frasca Hospitality Group Wine Director Carlin Karr will lead us in a 60-minute virtual wine tasting of three selected wines via Zoom. Participants will order the three selected bottles of wine from Cured in Boulder via this link. Wines may be either picked up at the shop (1825 Pearl Street in Boulder) or delivered to your home anywhere in Colorado (for an extra $15).
Please submit your information on the form, and Cured will contact you with a quick, clickable e-link for payment and confirmation within 24 hours. Your wines will be available for pickup starting October 15, or if you choose the deliver/ship option, will land at the address of your choice on October 21.
Cost: $49.95 (plus delivery if applicable)
includes three bottles of wine and wine tasting session.Zoom link will be provided to all registrants.
The discounted cost for the three-pack of wine is $49.95, plus delivery if you do not choose the pick-up option.
**ALL ORDERS MUST BE PLACED BY OCTOBER 17th**
We hope you will join us!
Would you like a cheese plate to accompany your wines?
Cured is happy to include an individual selection of cheeses, charcuterie and accoutrements to accompany if a little sustenance with your education is in order. Cost: $25. If interested, please add this to your order on the registration form
Questions? Please contact Michelle Rafik or (303) 818-6212.
THANK YOU SPONSORS!Gold Sponsor: Rafik & Jacobson, LLCSilver Sponsor: Paige Mackey Murray, LLC
The Programs Committee typically meets at Noon on the fourth Monday of each month.
For more information about this committee or to RSVP for this meeting, please contact Programs Committee Chairs Hannah Westmont or Kate Russell.
This committee typically meets the fourth Tuesday of each month unless there is a necessary schedule change.
The Legal Services Committee oversees projects to help members perform public service and pro bono work and to increase access to justice. Representative projects include a partnership with Colorado Legal Services and Project Safeguard which trains attorneys to represent victims Permanent Protection Order proceedings; and, a partnership with the Colorado Lawyers Committee and the Denver Bar Association to provide attorneys and Spanish interpreters at Legal Nights at Centro San Juan Diego. Finally, this committee typically hosts an annual fundraiser for a legal nonprofit.
Join us online for our popular and fun fall social. Get more from your membership by getting involved in one of our committees!
Is this your year to get more involved with the CWBA? Are you missing connection with people?
We have many ways to help you find your leadership pathway to contribute and engage in furthering our mission.
Come see what the CWBA has to offer!
Join us for a cocktail (from your couch) and speed network among our members, board members, and co-chairs of our 10 committees. Whether you want to catch up or meet new members, get ready for a fun-filled evening with a powerful, inspiring group of peers who could become lifelong friends!
While we desperately wish we could all be together in one place like in years past, we will be enjoying everyone's company virtually this year.
Everyone who registers will receive a goodie bag of wine/soda and treats to enjoy together during our event -- personally (and safely) delivered by members of our Membership Committee!
Let us give you a sense of community for a night and some much-needed networking and connection!
Open to all members, non-members, students, guests, and friends.
On What Grounds? is a LIVE Virtual Leadership Café, and we are open for business!
Set your coffee makers for 8:30 a.m. on Friday, November 6 for our next session of On What Grounds? LIVE Virtual Leadership Café. On the first Friday of every month, join CWBA President Miranda Hawkins and Board members for coffee, connection, and career leadership lessons.
The Café invites an authentic connection with your fellow CWBA members and leaders. We will chat about what is REALLY on your mind right now, and we will be there to support you, in both your personal and professional goals. The Café is a place to gather with fellow professionals, take a coffee break, refill, and refuel.
Join us on November 6 from 8:30-9:30 a.m. and be a part of our next On What Grounds? LIVE Virtual Leadership Café. “See” you there!
Save the date! Details and registration coming soon.
Join CWBA President Miranda Hawkins and Weld County CWBA Chapter members for coffee, connection, and career leadership lessons.
This committee typically meets on the third Thursday of each month unless there are scheduling conflicts. Please RSVP.
The Professional Advancement Committee works to advance women in the legal profession, and to promote career advancement and recognition for CWBA members. It informs women of and helps them obtain appointments to state and local boards and commissions; nominates CWBA members for various awards; and presents the CWBA's annual Mary Lathrop Trailblazer Award to a woman trailblazer who has substantially impacted the Colorado legal profession.
Questions? Contact committee Co-Chairs Kathryn Starnella and Andrea Bronson.
Join us to celebrate the holiday season, enjoy drinks and hors d'oeuvres, and share holiday spirit with friends and colleagues.
We will collect monetary contributions for our nonprofit partner organization at the holiday party.
Join us this year virtually for this popular annual breakfast event -- from the comfort of your own home! Giving you a unique opportunity to meet and hear from legislators about issues at the State Capitol that are important to the CWBA and to women and families.
Registration is $50 per person. Legislators attend for free as our honored guests.
All proceeds from this fundraiser support the CWBA's public policy efforts.
Join us for The 1891 Book Club! Our next meeting will happen on December 10, and we will discuss the book "An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States" by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz.
Please register in advance for the Zoom link for this meeting (click the button at the bottom of this page).
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the virtual meeting.
The CWBA Foundation was founded in 1988 to implement the charitable and educational work of the CWBA, to promote the advancement of women in the law, and to protect and promote the welfare of all women.
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