In 2002, Rebecca formed Circuit Media, LLC, the parent company of Law Week Colorado and State Bill Colorado. Recognizing the synergies between the legislative process and the legal world, Circuit Media creates and sells print and online publications for the legal and governmental industries.
Rebecca’s legal career spans over 25 years with expertise in corporate and technology law and litigation. She has been General Counsel for a legal software company, a litigator and a law firm owner. She has been an international speaker on topics such as technology in the courtroom, Internet privacy, and digital signature technology. Rebecca has also been an instructor in both law school and post-graduate paralegal programs, with specialties in Ethics, Legal Research and Writing, and legal technology. She earned a BA from the University of Iowa and a JD from the University of Denver College of Law.
Don is a former business editor and columnist for both The Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News. He is also founding editor of Law Week Colorado, the state’s only weekly newspaper for lawyers and judges.
Don began his two-decades-long journalism career at Gannett Co.’s Rochester N.Y. Times-Union before joining the E.W. Scripps Co.-owned Rocky Mountain News in 1985 as Aspen bureau chief. Don joined The Denver Post as business columnist in 1998. He was named the newspaper’s business editor in 2000.
Meg is managing editor of Law Week Colorado and State Bill News. Formerly an account representative with State Bill Colorado, she managed subscriptions to State Bill, as well as organized our Mountain Views series of panel breakfast discussions.
Meg graduated from the University of Denver Law School and the University of Iowa Writer’s Workshop. She has worked with nonprofit organizations, including the Gill Foundation and the Center for Legal Inclusiveness. Now that she’s done with law school, she enjoys doing anything that isn’t law school and is rediscovering Denver’s benefits.
David is a reporter for Law Week Colorado, covering the state Supreme Court, state and federal appellate courts, large law firms, corporate counsel, district attorneys and the Legislature.
He has worked for more than 20 years as a reporter and editor, mostly for newspapers, and has covered just about every beat along the way.
Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters hiking and camping in the great Colorado outdoors, and exploring the back roads on his vintage motorcycle.
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Tony is a reporter for Law Week Colorado. He covers small law firms, legal education, attorney regulation and state courts.
Prior to working at Circuit Media, he has completed a master’s degree from the University of Missouri School of Journalism and has worked as a writer and editor.
Lisa is an account executive for Circuit Media.
She graduated from Iowa State University, which is right near her hometown of Ames, Iowa. In addition to managing accounts for Law Week Colorado and State Bill Colorado, Lisa organizes Law Week’s quarterly managing partner roundtables and Mountain Views breakfasts, and sits on the planning committee for Circuit Media’s company philanthropy project, PEACE Mexico.
Dan is an account executive for Circuit Media.
He graduated in 2010 from the University of Iowa Business School with a degree in Finance. Born and raised in Iowa, Dan transplanted to Colorado to enjoy the mountains, sunshine, professional sports, and as a fitness enthusiast, the outdoor activities that the state has to offer.
Amy was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and graduated from the University of Colorado with degrees in Design Studies and Technology-Arts and Media.
Outside of Circuit Media, Amy is a stylist at Nordstrom. She has fallen in love with Denver and all it has to offer.
Amy also enjoys traveling, photography, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and all animals.
A senior at East High School, Hallie loves being involved in Colorado law and government as she is a part of East High School’s Constitutional Scholars team, which will be competed in the national tournament in Washington D.C.
Outside of the office Hallie does as much community and public service as she can handle, including volunteering and the Health and Science Lab at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. This work has given Hallie an interest in medical researching.
With graduation approaching this year, Hallie is looking into some east coast schools as well as the University of Colorado.
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A Colorado transplant, Steph traded the beach and San Francisco fog for the mountains and sunshine.
After several years in Boulder studying humanities and foreign languages she recently moved to the Denver Metro Area. When not creating spreadsheets or hanging out at the Supreme Court Library,
Steph enjoys riding the giraffes at the Denver Zoo and building model starships.
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