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  • 25 Apr 2024 2:27 PM | Anonymous

    Please see the below-linked flyer for information on a paralegal opening with the ACLU of Colorado 

    ACLU-CO 2024 Paralegal Job Announcement.pdf

  • 23 Apr 2024 3:01 PM | Anonymous


    Job Code: 450500
    Full Time Salary: $13,761.00

    FLSA Status: Excluded

    Click here for information on employee benefits.

    This posting may be used to create a Talent Pool. Talent Pools may be used for a period of 10 months after the closing date on a job posting.


    The Judicial Department works to provide equal access to justice, contribute to public safety, and strengthen the rule of law across Colorado. Together our courts and probation departments are committed to impartial and timely dispute resolution; support for families, litigants, and victims; client rehabilitation; and meaningful community engagement.


    General Statement Of Duties:
    Performs a variety of judicial duties in the Colorado Judicial System including deciding the merits of cases, hearing and evaluating evidence and witness credibility, analyzing laws and rules, making findings of fact and conclusions of law and issuing oral or written decisions and orders to resolve cases. Provides administrative direction for the operation of a judicial division including supervisory accountability for division staff, volunteers or interns.

    Distinguishing Factors:
    Work assignments are designated by the Chief Judge of the judicial district and can require performing judicial duties in any or all of the following areas: criminal, civil, juvenile, domestic relations, probate, traffic and other judicial proceedings. The Magistrate position reports to the Chief Judge of the Judicial District and is not an elected position.  A Magistrate serves in a classified, non-certified position that is considered at-will and may be terminated at any time with or without cause.


    The 1st Judicial District is currently looking for a full - time Magistrate to join our team. Magistrates rotate through a variety of case assignments which can include Juvenile, Domestic Relations, Small Claims, Protection Orders, Probate, Problem Solving Courts, and Traffic.



    Conducts the following judicial activities:


    Initial appearance proceedings, including advisement of rights, setting bail, and imposition of conditions of release pending further proceedings;


    Bond review hearings;


    Preliminary and disposition hearings;


    Arraignments on indictments and information;


    Probable cause hearings pursuant to the Uniform Act for Out-of-State Parolee Supervision;


    Hearings on modification of the terms and conditions of probation or deferred prosecutions and

    deferred sentences;


    Settlement conferences;


    Default hearings, including entering judgments and conducting post-judgment proceedings;


    Conducting hearings and entering orders authorizing sales under power pursuant to Colorado


    Rules of Civil Procedure;


    Hearing motions for temporary and permanent orders for the establishment and modification for child support;


    Hearings under the "Uniform Interstate Family Support Act";


    Hearings under the "Uniform Dissolution of Marriage Act";


    Conduct hearings pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act for Child Support;


    Hearings of establishment and enforcement;


    Proceedings, including hearings, under the “Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act”;


    Proceedings for the enforcement of orders for child support;


    Hearings on motions, conduct trials to court, accept pleas of guilty, and impose sentences in misdemeanor, petty offense, and traffic offense matters;


    Provides determination of motions relating to discovery and the mandatory disclosure requirements;


    Deferred prosecution and deferred sentence proceedings in misdemeanor, petty offense, and traffic offense matters;


    Misdemeanor and petty offense proceedings pertaining to wildlife, parks and outdoor recreation;


    Proceedings pertaining to recreational facilities districts, control and licensing of dogs, campfires, and general regulations;

    Proceedings with regard to petitions for name change;

    Trials and hearings on motions pursuant to small claims statutory provisions and rules;

    Civil trials to court and hearings on motions; 

    Proceedings involving preliminary or permanent injunctions;

    Default hearings, entering judgments and conducting post-judgment proceedings; 

    Conducts some types of prison inmate litigation;

    Proceedings involving temporary restraining orders;

    Proceedings in traffic infraction matters;


    Preside over all types of cases under the Children's Code including delinquency, dependency and neglect actions, adoptions, relinquishments, truancy and paternity and support proceedings.


    Enforces orders in all proceedings by the use of contempt of court when appropriate.

    Acts as a master, mediator or arbitrator.

    Orders presentence investigations.

    Sets cases for disposition, trial, or sentencing before a judge.

    Issues arrest and search warrants.

    Enters pleas of guilty deferred prosecution and deferred sentence.

    Determines motions relating to disclosure and discovery.

    Performs any or all of the duties that may be delegated to or performed by a probate registrar, magistrate, or clerk.

    Accepts stipulated agreements to pay child support and voluntary acknowledgements of support liability.

    Performs solemnization of marriages.

    Provides advisements and sets bail in criminal and traffic cases.

    Issues restraining orders.

    Attends meetings and training as required.

    Performs other duties as assigned.

    Supervisor Responsibilities:
    This position requires administrative responsibility for the operation of a judicial division including supervisory accountability for division staff, volunteers, or interns. Plans, directs and coordinates activities for a judicial division. Additional duties include scheduling and assigning work, training in all facets of a judicial division’s operation, quality control, decision impacting the pay, status and tenure of staff, conducting performance appraisals and providing input into and participating in discipline, hiring and dismissal of staff.


    Minimum Education:
    Graduation from an accredited law school; possession of a certificate of admission to the Bar of the State of Colorado and eligibility to practice law before the courts of the State of Colorado. Applicants must have at least five (5) years of experience as a practicing attorney. For Magistrates hired to perform duties, exception to the experience qualification may apply in Class “C” or “D” counties as defined in Colorado State Statute 13-6-201 regarding Classification of Counties.

    Physical Demands:
    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. 

    Work Environment:
    This position is subject to many interruptions and may be required to handle multiple calls and inquiries at once.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

  • 3 Apr 2024 9:37 AM | Anonymous

    The Colorado PD's office is hiring for an Appellate Public Defender. Please see details below and via the link


    $6,829.00 - $8,159.00 Monthly


    Denver Metro, CO

    Job Type

    Full Time

    Job Number



    Office of the State Public Defender

    Opening Date


    Closing Date

    4/30/2024 11:59 PM Mountain


    Determined by Position

    Primary Physical Work Address

    1300 Broadway, Suite 300 Denver, CO 80203

  • 11 Mar 2024 3:54 PM | Anonymous

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the General Counsel is currently conducting a search to fill an Attorney Advisor position in Region VIII (Denver, CO).  The vacancy announcement is attached and also available online at: Open Career Opportunities |

    The application period is open through April 5, 2024. 

    We kindly ask that you please share this opportunity with your membership.  OGC is an equal opportunity employer, and we encourage applications from a diverse pool of high-quality candidates.


  • 11 Mar 2024 3:52 PM | Anonymous

    The OCR is a state agency that oversees Guardian ad litem (best interests) attorney services in dependency and neglect, juvenile delinquency, truancy, paternity, and other proceedings, as well as Counsel for Youth (client-directed) attorney services for youth 12 and older in dependency and neglect and foster youth in transition proceedings. In all models of representation, our attorneys strive to empower youth, elevate youth voice in proceedings, and advocate for equity, justice, ensuring an equitable process.


    Whether appointed as a Guardian ad Litem or Counsel for Youth, attorneys who contract with the OCR obtain comprehensive support, including guidance from a mentor, a robust training program, a range of concrete legal and social science resources, and a variety of other litigation services. Even if your bar association members do not have experience in child welfare law, the array of support provided can give them the tools to become effective litigators in this field.


    More importantly, attorneys who contract with OCR have a wonderful opportunity to make a positive impact on the life of the child and youth.


    We will be accepting applications throughout March, and you can learn more and apply by visiting I have also attached our application announcement to this email.

  • 29 Feb 2024 5:17 PM | Anonymous

    The Colorado Energy and Carbon Management Commission (formerly COGCC) is seeking candidates for Enforcement Advisor. The position and details can be found at the below link:

  • 26 Feb 2024 8:55 AM | Anonymous

    The Office of the Municipal Public Defender has been in existence since January 1, 2015, and is overseen by the City's Chief Municipal Public Defender. The creation of this office ensures that the City and County of Denver is on the same level with other progressive municipalities providing quality in-house Public Defense services for indigent citizens in the City and County of Denver. The Office of the Municipal Public Defender of Denver is a holistic, wrap around public defender office that offers legal representation and connections to behavioral health services through our Client Support Team (CST) for clients who are accused of traffic offenses, municipal ordinance violations, and cases in specialty courts in Denver County. Beginning in July 2024, our office will begin representing youth who are accused of Denver municipal ordinance violations.


    The Office of the Municipal Public Defender (OMPD) has an exciting opportunity available as a Senior Deputy Public Defender Youth Attorney. The Senior Deputy Public Defender Youth Attorney will represent youth who are charged with violations of the Denver Municipal Code.


    What We Offer  

    The City and County of Denver offers a competitive salary commensurate with education and experience. The expected starting annual salary for this position is $130,000-$155,000, based on experience. We also offer generous benefits for full-time employees which include but are not limited to: 

    • A guaranteed life-long monthly pension, once vested after 5 years of service 
    • 457B Retirement Plan 
    • 132 hours of PTO earned within first year
    • 11 Paid Holidays per year, plus 1 personal holiday, and 8 hours of Denver Good Deeds volunteer time
    • Education Refund Program (ERP) - a chance for the city to support your continued learning and career growth by investing in your future with the city
    • Care Bank – 8 weeks of Paid Family Leave (after the probation period is passed)
    • Free RTD Eco Pass
    • Competitive medical, dental and vision plans effective within 1 month of start date 



    In this position you will work on site at the Office of the Municipal Public Defender, at: 710 W Colfax, Denver CO 80204.


    What You’ll Do 

    As a Senior Deputy Public Defender Youth Attorney, you will represent youth who are charged with municipal ordinance violations. Additionally, you can expect to:

    • Provide legal representation, advice and consultation to youths assigned to the Municipal Public Defender's Office
    • Prepare pleadings, motions, orders, appeal briefs, and other papers required for trials, hearings, appeals, and other legal proceedings
    • Interview clients and witnesses to gather information in preparation for trial.
    • Prepare motions for continuances, dismissals, reduction of bail, and new trials and represent youth clients at numerous court hearings to include trials
    • Manage OMPD’s juvenile courtroom, acting as a liaison between the agency and the Denver Municipal juvenile justice system
    • Work with other agencies, law enforcement personnel and investigators to prepare cases for hearing
    • Perform legal research and assists other attorneys with research of complex legal problems
    • Provide mentoring, training and guidance to other Deputy Public Defenders at the request of the Chief Municipal Public Defender. Performs other duties as assigned
    • Any one position may not include all the duties listed. However, the allocation of positions will be determined by the amount of time spent in performing the essential duties listed above


    What You’ll Bring

    Our ideal candidate will have some or all of the following qualifications:

    • Five (5) years practicing juvenile criminal law
    • Two (2) years of supervisory experience
    • Attended and/or presented at trainings in the area of juvenile representation
    • Served on committees or other groups related to juvenile justice


    Required Minimum Qualifications 

    We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following minimum qualifications:

    • Education requirement: Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree or Bachelor of Laws Degree
    • Experience Requirement: Three (3) years practicing criminal law.
    • Education/Experience Equivalency: No substitution of experience for education is permitted.
    • License/Certifications: Possession of a license to practice law in Colorado from the Colorado Supreme Court at the time of application. Positions with the Public Defender's Office are dependent upon the rules and regulations in place at the time of application and subsequent hiring. The applicant must have a reasonable expectation of becoming licensed by the Colorado Supreme Court within 6 months of their hire date. Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment.


    To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the multiple attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab):

    • Resume
    • Cover Letter, please include the following:
    • Colorado license #
    • A description of, or interest in, litigation experience or juvenile criminal law
    • A description of your experience working with the indigent population
    • A description of why you want to be a municipal public defender
    • Please provide two references


    Application Deadline

    This position is expected to stay open until Sunday March 3, 2024. Please submit your application as soon as possible and no later than March 3, 2024 at 11:59PM to ensure consideration. 



    Position Type



    Position Salary Range

    $128,556.00 - $218,545.00


    Starting Pay

    $130,000-$155,000, based on experience


    Link to Apply


    Benefits Link

  • 23 Jan 2024 12:06 PM | Anonymous

    Our Organization

    IAALS, the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, is a nonpartisan, nonprofit research institution at the University of Denver that is committed to increasing fairness, efficiency, accessibility, and the public’s trust in the civil justice system.

    People look to our justice system for relief in matters that affect their rights, their businesses, and the most intimate aspects of their lives; however, barriers and inefficiencies are effectively denying them real access. IAALS empowers judges, lawyers, businesspeople, and everyday users to put the best ideas into practice. Relying on empirical evidence to inform real-world solutions, IAALS is changing how our system serves people today while anticipating future needs—working tirelessly to increase access to justice.

    Our Work

    IAALS works on solving problems within the legal system: both in the courts and in the delivery of legal services more broadly. We conduct comprehensive analysis and work with stakeholders to design models, empower decision-makers, and measure outcomes and impacts to advance a trusted American legal system.

    A trusted and trustworthy legal system is essential to our democracy, our economy, and our freedom. But the American legal system is in a state of unprecedented change and challenge. Some 80 percent of Americans have legal needs that go unmet. Some 76 percent of state civil cases have a litigant on at least one side without lawyer representation. Businesses routinely choose arbitration rather than using the courts, jury trials are disappearing, and public confidence in our legal system is low.

    Justice, the courts, and legal services must be accessible—and they are not. The problems are complex and multi-dimensional, and we are committed to comprehensive, balanced, and inclusive solutions across the American legal system. We conduct comprehensive analyses and work with stakeholders to design models, empower decision-makers, and measure outcomes and impacts to advance a trusted American legal system. IAALS has on-going projects in the areas of judicial reform, civil justice reform, family justice reform, legal education, and the reregulation of the legal profession. We encourage applicants to learn more about our work

    Position Summary

    IAALS is seeking an experienced Program Associate who will assist with various and diverse aspects of IAALS’ projects across the areas of civil justice, family justice, the judiciary, legal education, and the legal profession. The program associate will work closely with IAALS’ program directors in execution of IAALS’ projects. We work closely with many professional legal and judicial organizations, law schools and bar associations, federal and state court administrations, and commissions, and the program associate will likewise work externally with a variety of partners on IAALS’ projects. Responsibilities include those assigned by IAALS directors including: coordinating and maintaining regular communication with project participants, collaborating with internal and external teams on IAALS’ project tasks, doing legal research, drafting reports, engaging in research and evaluation of reforms, and staying abreast of developments around the country regarding enhancements and improvements to the legal system. This position will also be expected to support projects/initiatives, assist with presentations and organizing conferences, provide content for IAALS' blog and website, and perform other duties as assigned. This position will work on multiple projects under the direction of IAALS’ Chief Executive Officer and IAALS’ directors. This position does not oversee other employees.

    Essential Functions

    • Working with IAALS teams on a variety of projects/initiatives as described in the Position Summary.
    • Coordinating and maintaining regular communication with partners, project participants, teams, and outside consultants.
    • Legal research, such as compilation of information from around the country.
    • Writing: Draft publishable reports.
    • Present on projects and thought leadership nationally, which may include travel when necessary.
    • Build relationships with others involved in justice system reform in order to raise the national profile of the work and organization.
    • Maintain a working knowledge of innovative projects underway around the country related to specific projects and areas of IAALS’ work.
    • Partner with IAALS’ Communications team to publicize and promote this work to external groups, including contributing content for the website and blog.
    • Collaborate with the Research team on empirical research.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    • Understanding of court processes and current challenges across the justice system.
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
    • Capacity to understand, digest and collate complex legal theories and practices.
    • Ability to read and interpret reports and communications, such as professional journals, with complete understanding.
    • Proficiency in proofing/editing and knowledge of proper grammar.
    • Excellent writing and editing skills and ability to write publishable reports.
    • Ability to present information both comprehensively and concisely, and respond to questions from a variety of sources.
    • Capacity to plan, strategize and prioritize work, make independent decisions, and work on multiple tasks without constant direct supervision.
    • Ability to creatively problem solve.
    • Organization, clarity, and ability to anticipate what is needed in the future.
    • Possess a strong comfort level in varied social situations.
    • Self-starter, who can follow through on projects.
    • Work and lead within a team environment and work independently.
    • Flexibility in working with multiple people on multiple projects concurrently.
    • Computer proficiency in software programs relevant to legal research and presentations, such as Excel and PowerPoint.
    • Ability to manage time effectively, particularly while managing competing priorities.
    • Attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines and project goals.
    • Demonstrated successful experience working in and with diverse individuals and groups.

    Required Qualifications

    • Bachelors degree.
    • Experience with legal practice, work in the legal profession and legal education, or work in solution-oriented efforts to improve the legal system, either in academia or in law-related professional work, including demonstrated involvement in addressing on-going challenges or promoting innovation.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • JD/Advanced Degree.
    • 5 years of experience with a combination of legal practice, work in the legal profession and legal education, or work in solution-oriented efforts to improve the legal system, either in academia or in law-related professional work, including demonstrated involvement in addressing on-going challenges or promoting innovation.
    • Degree, past coursework, or related experience in research methods and evaluation.
    • Proficient in two or more languages.

    Working Environment

    1. Standard Office Environment.
    2. Noise level is quiet to moderate.
    3. Typically, work is with unrestricted access to areas all over the campus.

    Physical Activities

    1. Ability to work with a computer for an extended period.
    2. Occasionally required to move about the office/campus or attend off-campus meetings/events.

    Work Schedule

    Monday - Friday, 40 hours per week. Typical work schedule is Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm., although specific schedules may be established with the supervisor. On occasion, there are hours required outside of the standard hours. In accordance with the University’s flexible work policy, this position is eligible to be considered for partial remote and fully remote work. Further details regarding this plan will be determined with the hiring manager and are dependent on the division and team specific needs.

    Application Deadline
    For best consideration, please submit your application materials by 4:00 p.m. (MST) January 30, 2024.

    Special Instructions
    Candidates must apply online through to be considered. Only applications submitted online will be accepted.

    Salary Grade Number:
    The salary grade for the position is GE12.

    Salary Range:
    The salary range for this position is $90,000-$100,000.

    The University of Denver has provided a compensation range that represents its good faith estimate of what the University may pay for the position at the time of posting. The University may ultimately pay more or less than the posted compensation range. The salary offered to the selected candidate will be determined based on factors such as the qualifications of the selected candidate, departmental budget availability, internal salary equity considerations, and available market information, but not based on a candidate’s sex or any other protected status.

    The University of Denver offers excellent benefits, including medical, dental, retirement, paid time off, tuition benefit and ECO pass. The University of Denver is a private institution that empowers students who want to make a difference. Learn more about the University of Denver.

    Please include the following documents with your application:
    1. Resume
    2. Cover Letter

    The University of Denver is an equal opportunity employer. The University of Denver prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, religion, creed, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, military enlistment, or veteran status, and any other class of individuals protected from discrimination under federal, state, or local law, regulation, or ordinance in any of the University's educational programs and activities, and in the employment (including application for employment) and admissions (including application for admission) context, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; the Americans with Disabilities Act; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967; Equal Pay Act; Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act; the Colorado Protecting Opportunities and Workers' Rights ("POWR") Act; and any other federal, state, and local laws, regulations, or ordinances that prohibit discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation. For more information, please see the University of Denver's Non‑Discrimination‑Statement.

    All offers of employment are contingent upon satisfactory completion of a criminal history background check.

    Advertised: January 05, 2024
    Applications close: Open until filled

  • 19 Jan 2024 9:33 AM | Anonymous

    Sheridan Ross P.C.’s IDEA (Inclusiveness, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility) Committee

    2024 IDEA Fellowship

    Sheridan Ross P.C. is committed to inclusiveness, diversity, equity, and accessibility (IDEA) in intellectual property law. As the leading IP firm in the Rocky Mountain Region, we are committed to supporting IDEA in our work, hiring, and community involvement. As part of our commitment to IDEA in intellectual property law, Sheridan Ross is opening an IDEA-specific fellowship for the summer of 2024. The recipient of this fellowship will receive a paid summer associate position that will expose them to all areas of intellectual property law—patents, trademarks, and intellectual property litigation.   

    Scope of fellowship will include: 

    • Working with our attorneys to provide solutions for the firm's clients contributing to a variety of substantive projects including legal research, writing, and presentation projects, attending meetings with senior attorneys with clients, attending public hearings, and providing legal support for internal clients.


    We welcome law students who have completed one or two years of law school (or equivalent thereof for any part time law student programs) who:

    • Are diverse law students 

    • Have a strong interest in IP Law and preferably have a technical background (a minimum of two years of undergraduate studies in a scientific field) for those seeking to be in patent law or patent litigation

    • Are enrolled at least half-time in an ABA-accredited law school

    • Have a demonstrated commitment to promoting the principles of IDEA

    • Can participate in-person for 8-10 weeks at Sheridan Ross’s Denver office

    Selection Criteria

    • Exceptional academic performance

    • Outstanding leadership abilities and involvement in diversity organizations

    • A commitment to community service, and

    • Strong interpersonal skills

    Application Contents and Timeline

    • Law School Transcript

    • Résumé

    • Letter of Recommendation (does not have to be law professor)

    • Personal statement, no longer than 1000 words, discussing experiences that have shaped your commitment to inclusion and diversity in the legal profession

    • Writing Sample from Law School or Legal Related Experience

    Applications should be sent as a single PDF to

    Deadline for Application is Wednesday, January 31 at 5pm Mountain Time.

    Interviews will be held during February 5-16.  

    The selected fellow will be notified by February 21.

    Base Salary Range: $2,200 per week

  • 19 Jan 2024 9:30 AM | Anonymous

    POSITION: Federal Pro Se Clinic – Case Management Coordinator

    REPORTS TO: Federal Pro Se Clinic Managing Attorney 

    HIRING RANGE: $22,500 -$50,000 (pay is commensurate with experience, education, and employment type)
    EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Flexible: 20-40 hours/week
    FLSA STATUS: Hourly
    JOB LOCATION: Arraj U.S. Courthouse, 901 19th St, Denver, CO (Must be able to reliably commute to this location for in-office days)
    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

    How to apply: Please send your resume, cover letter, and writing sample to

    Summary of Job Duties: 

    The Case Management Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Federal Pro Se Clinic (FPSC), a Colorado Bar Association (CBA) program housed at the Alfred Arraj U.S. Courthouse and funded by the Federal Court. The Case Management Coordinator will provide clerical and semi-technical support to the FPSC attorneys and be the first level of contact with pro se litigants.  Duties include litigant intake, appointment scheduling and management, volunteer coordination, report creation and maintenance, database and records management, and other operational tasks. 

    Summary Job Qualifications: 

    Position requires a bachelor’s or higher-level degree from an accredited institution, strong computer skills (including proficiency with Microsoft Office applications), excellent professional verbal and written communication skills (a writing sample is required), an ability to speak easily with people in difficult situations, excellent organizational skills and attention to detail, and an ability to thrive in a fast-paced clinical environment, both independently and within a team. The position requires at least two years of legal experience, preferably in litigation. If a hybrid working arrangement is agreed to, the position also requires reliable home internet access and a private area to work in for confidentiality when the employee is working from home.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    1. Manage daily operational activities of the FPSC.

    2. Manage and organize FPSC calendar.

    3. Schedule and facilitate litigant appointments, and coordinate with volunteer attorneys.

    4. Conduct litigant intake, including inputting data into the Legal Server Client Management System, and collecting and preparing materials for litigant appointments.

    5. Upload litigant client agreement forms into the Legal Server client file.

    6. Assist litigants with legal resource questions.

    7. Interact with walk-in litigants requesting assistance at the FPSC office at the Arraj Courthouse.

    8. Create periodic statistical reports from the Legal Server Client Management System.

    9. Participate in meetings with the CBA staff, FPSC Advisory Committee, and courthouse personnel, including judicial officers.

    10. Coordinate with CBA’s IT Department to maintain and update the clinic website.

    11. Perform other duties as assigned.

    Required Skills and Experience

    1. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.

    2. Two years or more of legal experience, preferably in litigation.

    3. Prefer previous experience performing legal services for individuals.

    4. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. Writing sample required.

    5. Excellent organizational and planning skills, and attention to detail.

    6. Prefer experience in and demonstrated ability to interact with a wide variety of people from different backgrounds and socio-economic levels. 

    7. Able to work independently and within a team.

    8. Demonstrated proficiency with computers and Microsoft Office, and database platforms.

    9. Professional appearance and work attire.

    Benefits (available for full time employment)

    Medical benefits are effective on the first of the month following 30 days of employment

    • Medical Insurance: 100% employee covered with family/children option;

    • Dental Insurance: Self-pay at group rates;

    • Vision: Self-pay at group rates;

    • Health Reimbursement Account (HRA): caps out of pocket expense at $2000;

    • Group Life Insurance: employee coverage up to $50,000;

    • Group Long-Term Disability Insurance: employee coverage up to $5,000;

    • Paid Time Off: 15 days/year to start, 20 days/year after three years and 25 days/year after 10 years;

    • 12 paid holidays per year;

    • 401(k): Annual contribution by the employer after one year of employment: 10% of salary; and

    • Transportation/IT allowance - $225 quarterly

    Physical Requirements

    • Majority of time spent in office activities (sitting). Requires the ability to lift at least 20 lbs. 

    • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or listen. 

    • Noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.  

    Mission Statement

    We are an association that advances members’ practice, supports the justice system, and enriches our community. The Colorado Bar Association (“CBA”) values its diverse membership and our communities. We are committed to the eradication of racism, discrimination, and any other form of injustice against underrepresented groups. We promote diversity, equity, inclusion, and the removal of barriers to success within the CBA and the communities we serve.

    Values Statement

    We are Strategic, Inclusive, Professional, Effective, Inspirational, Innovative, Member-focused, and Ethical. The CBA seeks inclusion and equity through broad recognition of diversity, including, but not limited to age, class, disability, ethnicity, gender expression, gender identity, geographical diversity, national origin, practice setting, race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, veteran status, and years in practice. We prioritize broad, equitable, and inclusive participation in our membership and leadership. The CBA is dedicated to promoting attorneys of all backgrounds, identities, and circumstances through the removal of barriers to engagement and leadership, specifically including those who are historically underrepresented, diverse members of the CBA.


    We are committed to actively changing systems, organizational structures, policies, practices, and attitudes, so that power is distributed and shared equitably and inclusively.  

    Vision Statement

    The Colorado Bar Association will be the leader in providing members throughout the state with the tools to be successful, a community within which to build relationships, and the focus to successfully navigate the future.


    CBA provides equal employment opportunities to all individuals based on job related qualifications and ability to perform a job, without regard to any protected class, including age, sex, race, color, veteran status, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or national origin. It is our policy to promote a non-discriminatory environment, free from intimidation, harassment or bias based upon protected classes. The work environment characteristics here are representative of those employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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