Colorado Supreme Court Justice Greg Hobbs Featured at June Water 2012 Book Club Event

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On June 18, author, scholar, and Colorado Supreme Court Justice Greg Hobbs will present on two of his books: Living the Four Corners: Colorado, Centennial State at the Headwaters, published in 2011, and his new book Into the Grand.

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The presentation will include a special introduction by Patty Limerick, Faculty Director and Chair of the Board of the Center of the American West at the University of Colorado.

The event is not only available to attend in person, but also via live webcast from a computer.

Colorado Supreme Court Justice Greg Hobbs’ Living the Four Corners: Colorado, Centennial State at the Headwaters was a finalist in 2011 in the Colorado Authors’ League General Nonfiction category and is published by Colorado Bar Association Continuing Legal Education. Hobbs says, “Culture of the Four Corners to me is the culture of the Americas. This book takes a look at the landscape and the culture and the spirituality and the legal arrangements that made the Four Corners part of United States. It should reflect, in a very positive way, our legal profession and its commitment to community.”

June 18, 2012 - 4 – 6 p.m.
Colorado Bar Association CLE - 1900 Grant St, Ste 300, Denver, CO 80203
This program is complimentary and refreshments will be served
RSVP: Call Melissa Lucas at 303.824.5387 or mlucas(at)

Water 2012 Book Club
The year 2012 is a year of water celebration throughout Colorado. It's the 10th Anniversary of the Colorado General Assembly's creation of the Colorado Foundation for Water Education. It's also the 75th Anniversary of the Colorado Water Conservation Board, the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District, and the Colorado River Water Conservation District. This is the second in a series of the Water 2012 Book Club. The Book Club organizers are featuring a book each quarter of 2012 as well as a reading list of suggested other books about Colorado water by Colorado authors. To learn more, go to the Water 2012 website at

About Justice Hobbs:
Justice Greg Hobbs practiced environmental, land use, transportation and water law for 23 years before becoming a member of the Colorado Supreme Court in 1996. He currently serves as Vice-President for the Colorado Foundation for Water Education and a Co-Convener of the Water Judges' Educational Project, Dividing the Waters (National Judicial College).

Colorado Bar Association Continuing Legal Education is the nonprofit education arm of the Colorado Bar Association and the Denver Bar Association. We produce high-quality continuing legal education programs and publications for attorneys, legal professionals and business professionals in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region.

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