Upcoming Events

APABA Events 

 October 20: Dim Sum Social!



 October 28: APABA Elder Law Day

We heard you, Members.  You asked for more volunteer events.  You asked for more ways to reach out to the Asian Pacific American community. 

Introducing APABA Colorado's Inaugural Elder Law Day!

Save the date. Serve APA seniors. Sign up to volunteer: https://forms.gle/HmcH45vNZZTnZVoa8





October 29, 2019 Mock Interview Event  

Law Students: are you ready for your job interviews? 

In partnership with the Colorado Women's Bar Association, Colorado's diversity bar associations are offering law students and new attorneys a very valuable opportunity to prepare for job interviewing. Four rounds of lengthy "mock interviews" with practicing attorneys for up to 40 law students and new attorneys (those who are less than two years out of law school) who are members of a diversity bar, including feedback on interviewing skills and practice in a real-life law firm setting.


When: October 29, 2019 Tuesday, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Location: Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, 410 17th Street, Suite 2200, Denver, CO 


Registration is FREE. To RSVP, please click here


Community Events   


Wednesday October 16th, Live at Jack’s at the Denver Pavilions 

500 16th Street, Suite 320

4:00pm - 5:30pm

Please join CLI as it celebrates members, and mingle with colleagues from law firms, corporate legal departments, governmental agencies, bar associations and other organizations.  

Meet CLI Board members, new Interim Executive Director and staff, and hear about the exciting programs and events CLI has planned for the 2019-2020 membership year! 

Please click here to RSVP by Monday, October 14th 


October 19, 2019: The First SABA-CO Raas-Garba!

Come kick off the South-Asian holiday season with a traditional Gujarati dance party, Indian food, and a good time!

A Raas-Garba is a night of energetic and playful dancing originating in the state of Gujarat in India, traditionally held during the Indian festival of Navratri ("nine nights").  All friends and family are welcome, so please come with little ones in tow! There will be a live DJ and a dance lesson, so everyone can participate.  Dinner will also be provided, so calendar this now!


When: October 19 (Saturday) 6 pm - 9 PM

Where: Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC

Address: 2701 Lawrence Street, Denver, 80205

Price: Free! 

Please RSVP here !



Roadways to the Federal Bench: Who, Me? A Bankruptcy Judge?

When: October 24 (Thursday) beginning at 2:00 p.m.

Where: Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse (meet in the jury assembly room)

Address: 901 19th St, Denver, 80294

As part of its efforts to foster diversity in the bankruptcy bench and bar, the Judicial Conference of the United States Committee on the Administration of the Bankruptcy System presents:  Roadways to the Federal Bench: Who, Me?  A Bankruptcy Judge?  Interested lawyers and law students are being invited to participate in roundtable discussions with local federal bankruptcy, magistrate, district, and appellate judges about pathways to the federal bench for candidates with diverse backgrounds.  This is the first time this program is being offered and it is anticipated similar programs will be put on every couple of years to get young lawyers thinking about applying for judgeships.  While the focus is on the bankruptcy court, bankruptcy experience is not necessary and the Judicial Conference is encouraging anyone interested in pursuing a federal judgeship to attend.

The program is October 24, beginning at 2:00 p.m. in the jury assembly room in the Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse.  The first hour of the program be a panel discussion moderated by The Honorable Andre M. Davis (City Solicitor, Baltimore City Department of Law) with panelists Hon. Bernice B. Donald (6th Cir.), Hon. Frank J. Bailey (Bankr. D. Mass.) and Hon. Robert A. Gordon (Bankr. D. Maryland).  The panel discussion will be live-streamed to eighteen cities, including Denver.  The second hour will be a series of roundtable discussions with attending judges sharing their own pathways to the bench, including the selection and appointment processes.  Before the program, materials will be provided to you which outline the specific process for bankruptcy judges but each judge’s individual pathway will provide participants with an understanding that we all got to our current positions by a wide range of paths.  Following the roundtable discussions, participants are invited to a reception.

Registration can be accomplished by clicking on the “Register Now!” link on the attached flyer.  



American Constitution Society: Western Regional Convening

When: October 25 - 26, 2019

Where: University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, Ricketson Law Building (Room 165), 2255 East Evans Avenue

Please join the American Constitution Society for the upcoming 2019 ACS Western Regional Convening, hosted by the ACS Colorado Lawyer Chapter and the ACS University of Denver Sturm College of Law Student Chapter. The event will take place on October 25-26 at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.

This is an exciting opportunity to connect with judges, judicial clerks, scholars, lawyers, and law students. Come shape the debate, build networks, and inspire action. Topics will include impeachment, immigration, progressive prosecution, diversity and equality of opportunity, consumer financial protection, privacy and national security, the upcoming Supreme Court term, LGBTQIA rights, and fixing the courts.

Featured speakers will include:

Hon. Melissa Hart, Justice, Colorado Supreme Court

Hon. Phil Weiser, Colorado Attorney General

Hon. Eric Olson, Colorado Solicitor General

Hon. Kato Crews, United States District Court for the District of Colorado

Gabe Roth, Executive Director, Fix the Courts

David Seligman, Executive Director, Towards Justice

For more information, please click here.



SABA (South Asian Bar Association) 10th Anniversary Gala!

The event will feature keynote speaker Vanita Gupta, the president and CEO of The Leadership Conference  on Civil and Human Rights. Tickets at https://rb.gy/8fe218.





Census Training

APIA (Asia and Pacific Islander American) Vote, in partnership with NaFFAA (National Federation of Filipino American Associations) Region 5 and APDC (Asian Pacific Development Center) is brining a Census training to Colorado. The training is free and open to the public. Lunch and free babysitting will be provided. The training will cover how the Census impacts AAPI communities, how to talk about its importance, an how to ensure a complete count in the upcoming 2020 Census.

When: November 9 (Saturday), Check-In 9:30 am, Census 10 am - 3 pm

Where: Knights of Columbus

Address: 13645 E. Bayaud Ave, Aurora, CO 80012

To learn more, please click here.






































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