Inn Members and Guests Enjoy an Evening of Sports Law


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, skiing, and wrestling.  Jack teaches a course in Sports Law at the University of Colorado Law School.  In 1993, the National Sports Law Institute presented Jack with the Joseph E. O’Neill award, in recognition of his significant contribution to the development of sports law, ethics, and integrity.


Jack presented a step-by-step analysis of the process and legalities of the “Deflategate” controversy between the NFL and the Players Association, then addressed other current legal issues in the sports world that members raised.  From the beginning of Jack’s talk, members asked countless questions and the Inn engaged in a lively discussion on this topic which has never been presented before at the Doyle Inn.


The Doyle Inn Announces First Training Session of 2015

 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 entitled Writing for the Reader.  Our presenter will be Bob Russel, Appellate Chief of the United States Attorney’s Office.  The session will be held from 4:00 – 6:00 PM on Wednesday October 21, 2015 at the downtown office of Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell LLP, Republic Plaza, 370 17th Street, 45th Floor, Denver, CO 80203.

Materials will be distributed ahead of time so participants will have examples for future use.  We hope this will be an interactive process with participants feeling free to ask questions and contribute experiences.

Please let Randy Bramer know if any of your Inn members, young lawyers or law clerks may be interested in attending.   RSVP to