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  • Welcome Jon!

    Jon is the design team lead for Circuit Media. He graduated from Colorado State University in 2010 with a degree in Communications. Prior to coming to work for Circuit Media, Jon was the Creative Multimedia Specialist for Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife, traveling to new places, […]

  • Want to Join our Team?

    Circuit Media is seeking an experienced Graphic Designer to join our team!  Here are the details and how to apply – Circuit Media is looking for a Graphic Designer to head up our graphics team, which produces an industry-leading weekly publication as well as other print and digital products. Position Purpose: The Graphic Designer is […]

  • Updates! CDOT: I-70 Tower Road to Colfax

    Circuit Media is working along with Ames Construction and CDOT to improve the safety and traffic flow of I-70 for Tower Road to Colfax avenue by widening I-70 to accommodate two full width shoulders and two 12 foot through lanes in each direction in addition to replacing and widening the outdated and structurally deficient highway […]

  • SH 58 over Ford St, Phase 2 – Coming Soon!

    Circuit Media continues to work with CDOT on the replacement of the State Highway 58 bridge over Ford Street in Golden, Colorado. The bridge replacement project is nearly half complete, and Hamilton Construction is wrapping up details to west-bound SH 58 in preparation for the switch to Phase 2. In the next week or so, […]

  • Happy Holidays from Circuit Media!

    We wish you a happy  holiday season and a healthy New Year!

  • (A late) Welcome Melanie!

    We are happy to welcome Melanie to the Circuit Media team! Melanie has been working with us for about two months and is one of the main reasons the office runs smoothly. She is currently a photojournalism student at Metropolitan  State University of Denver and has a passion for all kinds of photography.

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    April 21, 2014: Feminist Pioneer

    In this issue: A look at the woman, Sarah Weddington, who argued Roe v. Wade at the age of 26-years old and last week visited the University of Colorado Law School; the story behind why some BigLaw partners are leaving to start their own firms; a roundup of recent court decisions including a Case of the Year finalists for the CTLA awards.

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    April 14, 2014: Risky Business?

    In this issue: Two area attorneys give different perspectives on the state’s recreational law practice; the inside story on how the Civil Access Pilot Project is working; and an analysis of the recent marriage equality case in the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.

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    April 7, 2014: Super Lawyers

    In this issue: Law Week’s annual look at the Super Lawyers list, including an analysis on why there aren’t more women in the rankings; the story behind the opposition to a bill that would include PTSD treatment as part of workers’ compensation for fireman and police workers; and the inside scoop on a pro bono partnership from the University of Denver that could make it easier for federal public sector attorneys to start giving back.

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    March 31, 2014: Taking It To The Street

    In this issue: A look at how a local attorney’s amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court may force the justices to consider a new tactic when analyzing cases where location is key; the story behind a recent legislative battle over a creditor’s rights bill; and the lowdown on some recent court opinions from the Colorado Supreme Court.

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    March 24, 2014: Mapping Diversity Out

    In this issue: A look at how the legal profession is working to become more inclusive and diverse including articles from some of the area’s thought leaders on the topic; the story behind a recent appellate court ruling that provides clarity on workers’ compensation; and a look into a recent verdict involving a house that was used for a meth lab.

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    March 17, 2014: Decoding Your Case

    In this issue: A look at how some attorneys tackle the challenges of litigation including an update on e-discovery, the story behind paying fact witnesses and the ways that some attorneys tackle the voir dire and trial processes; also in this issue, a roundup of recent court decisions.

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