I encourage all newly admitted attorneys who are looking for a mentor, and all experienced attorneys who want to act as mentors, to get involved with CAMP. All of the participants in the Colorado legal system, especially the parties and clients, benefit from this wonderful resource for increasing competence and the professionalism of the state’s attorneys. – Honorable Nancy E. Rice, Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice
NEW CAMP DIRECTOR
The Colorado Supreme Court announced Tuesday it approved the selection of J. Ryann Peyton as the new director of the Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program effective July 1. Peyton will replace John Baker, who became the program’s first director in February 2013. She will begin her work with CAMP on April 1, working with Baker until his departure on June 30. To read the press release, click
ATTENTION: Newly Admitted AttorneysNew Lawyer Edge is a 3-year Membership program for attorneys in their first 5 years of practice. The program was developed to help new attorneys make a smooth and successful transition from law school to law practice. To view the brochure click
here. For additional information or to sign up, please visit the CLE in Colorado website here.
WHAT IS PROFESSIONALISM?
Professionalism is conduct reflecting the values embodied in the Colorado Attorney Oath of Admission, the Colorado Principles of Professionalism, and the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct. These values require attorneys always to act competently, civilly, and with integrity and to commit themselves to the public good and to furthering the interests of justice. - Adopted by the CBA/DBA Professionalism Coordinating Council 3/11/15