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October 2017

PLAN Celebrates 10 Years with Leadership Seminar at West Point

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The Professional Liability Attorney Network (PLAN) is celebrating its 10th Anniversary by launching a West Point Leadership Program for its clients and members. “It is a privilege to serve as Chair of PLAN during our 10th Anniversary. As the preeminent specialty lines defense network in the country, PLAN remains committed to providing exceptional core educational programs while also expanding our services to provide new programs and training opportunities responsive to our clients’ needs in a changing legal environment,” shared PLAN Chair, Charlie Meyer, of O’Hagan Meyer. In that spirit, Meyer and Frank Schuler, Director at Large and Partner at Turner Padget, co-chaired PLAN’s first Leadership Conference, a program  clients have been describing as “the best leadership event of their career.” Kelly & Walker is proud to be the Colorado member firm for PLAN. Please visit their website to learn more.

Professional Liability Attorney Network (PLAN)

PLAN Leadership Seminar at West Point


Kelly & Walker Hosts Cottonwood Institute Board Meeting

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Kelly & Walker recently hosted the Board of Directors Meeting for the Cottonwood Institute, a non-profit organization based in Denver directed at inspiring new generations of leaders who are environmentally aware, civically engaged, and empowered to make a positive impact within their communities.  With Ford Church at the helm, the organization collaborates with schools and youth organizations to provide high quality, high impact environmental education and service-learning programs. Please visit their website to learn more.

Cottonwood Board Meeting

Cottonwood Board Meeting

Kelly & Walker is Climbing Mountains

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Kelly & Walker is climbing mountains… literally! This past weekend the team went rock climbing at Camp Hale, an old U.S. Army training facility built in 1942 located in Leadville, Colorado. At 9,200 ft., Camp Hale housed the 10th Mountain Division, a unit of 15,000 men who were trained in mountaineering and skiing techniques during World War II. Some of these men saw combat in Italy during the war. Camp Hale also served as a POW camp, holding about 400 of the German’s Afrika Corps.