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KTLaw Recognized for Pro Bono Commitment in 2012

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The Colorado Supreme Court recognized KTLaw for achieving its 2012 commitment to its annual goal of providing 50 hours of pro bono legal services by each attorney.  KTLaw attorneys each provided at least 50 hours of pro bono legal services, which primarily served the indigent and/or organizations serving the indigent.  Congrats!

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Certificate of Recognition Awarded to Klauzer & Tremaine for Pro Bono Service

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K&T Paralegal Karen Dierkes Wins Big at Routt County Fair!

This Rose was the Reserve Champion in the Perennial Division

This rose was the Grand Champion of all of the perennials in the perennial division.

This rose took 1st place in it’s class

This rose took 2nd place in it’s class

Karen also took 1st place for her microwave fudge!

Klauzer & Tremaine Receives Pro Bono Recognition Award

Klauzer & Tremaine, LLC received a Pro Bono Recognition Award from Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael L. Bender and Justice Gregory J. Hobbs, Jr.  This award recognizes that each of the attorneys at Klauzer & Tremaine, during 2010, performed 50 hours of pro bono legal service, primarily for indigent persons or organizations serving indigent persons.

(Pictured from left to right: Chief Justice Michael L. Bender, Jessica Ryan, Randy Klauzer, Meghan Morrissey, and Justice Gregory J. Hobbs, Jr.; missing from photo: Richard Tremaine, Sandy Horner, and the Paralegal Staff)

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