Monday, November 20, 2006
Musical Theatre "Ethics Revue" Offers 3 CLE Credits in Denver 12/13 (Or: Your State's CLE Agenda Pales by Comparison)
Posted by Alan Childress
The bar announcement trumpets, "If you are only going to see one CLE musical this fall...." This one is co-performed by the Colorado Bar Association's Ethics Committee--over dinner--and allows pre-registration here. They admit: "Your mental image of the 50-year-old CBA Ethics Committee is of sixty scholarly, Seventeenth Street solicitors whose average IQ is about 145. The last time one of them told a joke was in 1972. And it was dry. Dusty dry. The Ethics Committee's idea of a good time is reading disciplinary decisions from Delaware. They still sip sherry and wear three-piece silk suits." Don't let that stop you from earning 3 hours of ethics CLE over chicken. The event is Dec. 13 and a colorful PDF brochure has detailed information.
Alternatively, the same bar site front page yesterday touted a new article in it bar journal entitled, "Colorado Revisits the Rule Against Perpetuities," thereby putting some poor trusts-and-estates author in the equivalent position of following animals or children on-stage. Let's face it: the rule against perpetuities is just not as sexy as it sounds, at least not since 1981's Body Heat.
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