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Published On 6/2/2022
Governor Polis appoints LaQunya L. Baker to the Arapahoe County Court in the 18th Judicial District.
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Denver –– Today, Colorado U.S. Senators Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper announced that they will convene their District Court advisory committee to fill an upcoming vacancy on the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado. The committee will begin an open application process and recommend highly qualified candidates to Senators Bennet and Hickenlooper following Judge William J. Martínez’s announcement that he will be taking senior status effective February 10, 2023.

https://www.bennet.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=press-releases&id=F5ED599A-9229-48F7-8B55-5B9BDD1A9A5D
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This is a very interesting article about Colorado’s first Black lawyers. Our organization's namesake, Sam Cary, is described as the sixth Black lawyer coming to Colorado in 1919.
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Published On 11/21/2022
The Sam Cary Bar Association was shocked and deeply saddened to hear of the shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs on Saturday evening. We stand in solidarity with our sister association and mourn the tragic event that killed five, injured at least 25, and affected countless more. The Sam Cary Bar Association does not condone violence, prejudice, or hate against members of the LGBTQ+ community. Our hearts are with those affected by this senseless act as well as with our LGBTQ+ community.

We ask that our members come forward now to take action and support our LGBTQ+ community. Below are links for opportunities to provide and receive support. Finally, please join the vigil this evening honoring Club Q. It will be a time to mourn this devastating event as a community.
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Published On 6/15/2022
SCBA Issues a Resolution in Honor of Norman S. Early, Jr.
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Published On 5/17/2022
The Sam Cary Bar Association Statement Regarding the Mass Shooting in Buffalo, New York:

“Our hearts are tragically broken after receiving the news of the latest act of white supremacist violence in Buffalo, New York this past weekend. We mourn the victims: Celestine Chaney, Roberta Drury, Andre Mackniel, Katherine Massey, Margus D. Morrison, Heyward Patterson, Aaron W. Salter, Geraldine Talley, Ruth Whitfield, and Pearly Young. Today our community sits in grief and extends our love and solidarity to the families and people who will now only have memories of their loved ones. We extend our support to the Black community in Buffalo and we unequivocally state our commitment to action on the legacy of the lives lost.
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Published On 5/9/2022
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Statement by Sam Cary Bar Association Regarding the Passing of Former Denver District Attorney and SCBA Co-Founder, Norm Early
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The Sam Cary Bar Association would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge a historic and unprecedented moment in American history that is long overdue
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Published On 10/28/2021
Sam Cary Bar Association Statement of Support for Asian American Community
The Sam Cary Bar Association stands in solidarity with our Asian American friends and colleagues as we mourn the eight lives lost in the senseless shootings that took place on March 16th in and around Atlanta, Georgia.
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