Ethics Revue at The Clocktower Cabaret 2019

When:  Nov 12, 2019
November 2019
Ethics Revue at The Clocktower Cabaret 2019
Starring The Law Club (founded in 1914)
Co-sponsored by The Law Club, Colorado Bar Ethics Committee, and CBA-CLE
Program Highlights:
- A CLE Gem and an All New CLE Musical Extravaganza Every Year Performed by the Famous (or infamous!) Law Club and the Ethics Committee of the Colorado Bar Association  
- An Entertaining, Engaging, and Memorable Way to Brush Up On and Learn How to Handle Common and Difficult Ethical Issues  
- A Cast of Multi-talented Attorneys Heighten Awareness of Ethics Issues Ranging from Billing and Fees to Pro Bono Obligations to Sex with Clients Using a Unique Combination of Wit, Song, and Commentary
Program Description:
Join us for “The Ethics Revue” —  our fun, funny and annual educational ethics CLE. Each year, this gem is an all new CLE musical extravaganza members of the famous (or infamous!) Law Club and the Colorado Bar Ethics Committee produce and perform.  
Using a unique combination of wit, song, and commentary, a cast of multi-talented attorneys create the best ethics CLE ever — teaching and refreshing you on a wide variety of ethics issues ranging from billing and fees to pro bono obligations to sex with clients.
Here's What Your Colleagues Have Said  About "The Ethics Revue":
“Wonderful job. Thanks!”
“Very entertaining way to learn ethics!”
“Super fun!”
“The overall talent is just amazing!”
“Holds your attention!”
"Fantastic performance — this is a great CLE!"
"I was so impressed by the incredible talent of our peers! Best way to learn ethics!"
About the Club:
The Law Club was founded on April 10, 1914, as an organization of young (under 40), male members of the Denver Bar Association. It was to meet twice a month to discuss legal topics of interest to the members. In 1939, for reasons that are obscure, a group of Law Club members began putting on entertainment at the annual meetings of the Colorado Bar Association. Early shows were put on during the first day luncheon. However, after World War II, the luncheon skits grew to full shows. These elaborate productions involved months of planning. Soon they, and not the staid biweekly meetings, became the hallmark of the Law Club. Archives of the Law Club are replete with both written and photographic records featuring many of today’s distinguished judges, as well as today’s respected founders and senior partners of some of Colorado’s most prestigious law firms, making fools of themselves in public at Law Club shows.
The Club continues to write, produce and perform its own brand of irreverent musical satire
before a variety of audiences in the Colorado Front Range.
The Law Club still holds monthly meetings, and topics of interest are still presented – and
frequently CLE credit is now received for attending. The original limits as to gender and age have been set aside. Today, attorneys and law students throughout Colorado are eligible for
membership and encouraged to join.
As a century of distinguished jurists, judges, and even one United States Supreme Court Justice has shown, Law Club membership is no impediment to a successful legal career.


Clocktower Cabaret
1601 Arapahoe St
Denver, CO 80202