William Edward Doyle (February 5, 1911 – May 2, 1986) was a United States federal judge. Born in Denver, Colorado, Doyle received an LL.B. from George Washington University Law School in 1937 and an A.B. from the University of Colorado in 1940. He was a Justice on the Supreme Court of Colorado from 1959 to 1961. READ MORE
On behalf of the Executive Committee, I welcome you to the William E. Doyle Inn of Court. As we commence our 27th year of gatherings, our noble objectives of unity, inclusiveness, congeniality, and fellowship remain strong. READ MORE
Each year the Doyle Inn offers a series of trainings focusing on teaching practical skills in civil litigation to young lawyers, law clerks and law students. We try to make these training sessions interactive where participants feel free to ask questions and contribute experiences. READ MORE
Each Inn of Court in the Denver area meets on a set night once per month, save for summer months. The night typically begins with a social cocktail hour followed by a sit-down dinner and Inn announcements and administrative matters. Click below to learn how to join. READ MORE
OUR PRESIDENT’S WORDS
On behalf of the Executive Committee, I welcome you to the William E. Doyle Inn of Court. Now in our third decade of camaraderie, our noble objectives of unity, inclusiveness, congeniality, and fellowship remain strong.
Nancy Rodgers, Esq.
The latest Doyle Inn Skills seminar will be held on March 22nd and is open to all Inn Members, their colleagues, and everyone from other Inns of Court.
October 22, 2015 – The Casebolt/Goldberg Group presented “Hot Topics in Sports Law” for the October presentation. The speaker was Jack Mills, former assistant athletic director at the University of Colorado, and practitioner of sports law for more than 30 years. Jack’s practice primarily emphasizes football, but he has also represented clients in hockey, basketball, baseball, golf, … 3. Oct
2015 First Training Session The first in a series of informal trainings sponsored by the Doyle Inn will take place on October 21, 2015. The Inn is applying for 2 CLEs for each session. There is no charge for attendees and members of all area Inns of Courts are welcome. Our first session will be …