Location: Citadel Mall in the Imagination Celebration Suite on the east side on the mall on the second level.
Obtain free, confidential and anonymous legal advice from volunteer attorneys from the El Paso County Bar Association. Volunteer attorneys will answer the public's legal questions, in person, at this monthly event.
Registration is for legal volunteers only.
Volunteer attorneys answer telephone calls from the public. All calls are anonymous and confidential. The Call-a-Lawyer clinic runs from 7:00 p.m. to 9 p.m. and through the phone number of (719) 471-0380.
Family Law Section Event
Celebrate the season of giving with your friends and colleagues at our special annual Holiday Party. There will be a dinner buffet with desserts, a full bar (drink ticket + cash bar), music, prize giveaways (bring business cards to enter), and a festive photo booth!
This year's charitable organization is Christmas Unlimited.
Please bring a new toy to the party for our toy drive. All donors will be thanked in the Pikes Peak Lawyer. Item recommendations:
To sponsor the 2018 Holiday Party, check out our sponsor page.
Sponsors receive great marketing benefits and your support helps us continue providing community programming such as pro bono programs, mock trial, Habitat for Humanity and tree planting!
Recognizing Pro Bono Volunteers for the Justice Center
One General CLE (expected)
11:00 - 11:30: Event Registration and networking
11:30 - 11:35: EPCBA President's Welcome and Bar Announcements
11:35 – 1:00: CLE
Meetings are held at the Clarion Hotel, located at I-25 and Bijou Street, Colorado Springs. Buffet breakfast begins at 7:30 am. Announcements and the presentation start promptly at 8 am. Meetings adjourn at 9:00 am.
Check back for speaker and CLE information.
If you have prepaid for the Probate Section Breakfasts, please register with the registration code you were given.
A Conversation with Magistrate Judge Tafoya: Federal Court in Colorado Springs
Magistrate Judge Tafoya will discuss her new full-time position here in Colorado Springs, how cases from southern Colorado get to her court, “consent” for magistrate determination of cases, her background, issues regarding the current federal courtroom in Colorado Springs.
The dialogue will be entirely based on the questions you submit to her honor in advance. Please submit your questions by February 6th to: firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Federal Judge Questions”.
Biography: Honorable Kathleen Tafoya began working at the Clerk's Office of the U.S. District Court in 1978 as a deputy Clerk. She graduated summa cum laude from University of Colorado in 1984 with a degree in political science and graduated from C.U. law school in 1987. She practiced for a major law firm in Denver in the commercial litigation section until she was hired by the United States Attorney's Office in the District of Colorado in 1990. In her career as a federal prosecutor Magistrate Judge Tafoya has prosecuted hundreds of defendants in the federal court system and specialized in highly complex gang and drug investigations spanning multiple jurisdictions and often involving sophisticated investigative techniques such as wiretapping. She also served as the office's Health Care Fraud Coordinator and worked with her civil counterparts in investigating and prosecuting billing related matters involving Medicaid, Medicare, and other medical care providers. Magistrate Judge Tafoya has been the recipient of numerous awards and commendations including the F.B.I. Director's Award, two Health and Human Services Integrity Awards as well as variously titled commendations from most of the federal law enforcement agencies and several local police departments. Magistrate Judge Tafoya was sworn in as a federal Magistrate Judge on January 4, 2008.
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