Living the four corners : Colorado, centennial state at the headwaters / by Justice Greg Hobbs.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Hobbs, Greg
Corporate Author: Continuing Legal Education in Colorado
Format: Book
Published: Denver, Colo. : CLE in Colorado, [2010]
Table of Contents:
  • The Four Corners
  • Abraham Lincoln and equal justice under the law
  • Reflections on Navajo teachers
  • The art of public speech, discovering American voices : creative writing strategies and topics and texts of DineĢ life
  • Navajo teachers sovereignty workshop
  • Finding our way
  • Colorado, centennial state at the headwaters
  • Greg Hobbs interview : Cache la Poudre oral history project
  • From water battles to peace treaties : Colorado's water compacts with other states
  • Colorado River Compact entitlements : clearing up misconceptions
  • Upper Colorado River Basin Compact : sharing the shortage
  • Community of drought? : dialogue between believer and skeptic
  • Overview of Colorado groundwater law
  • Felix Sparks : hero, justice, gentle man
  • Ken and Ruth Wright : 2008 CFWE President's Award
  • Dick Bratton : 2009 CFWE President's Award
  • Russ George of Rifle : 2010 CFWE President's Award
  • Fishing with Will
  • Making a stand in Cowtown
  • The ranger and French Henry
  • Joe Davis and the Baldy country
  • Let her ring
  • Trail building
  • The blue lights of Urraca Mesa
  • Kelty packing
  • One man's journey with his mother, his wife, and the Holy Mother
  • Turtle Island
  • The glove
  • Judge not the Lord's lowly servant
  • Migration theory
  • River, you tender me
  • Theology and the law of a meat fisherman
  • Harvest
  • So that our elders may celebrate us
  • Equal access to justice and the rule of law
  • Class action
  • Understanding our place of use
  • Linking water policies to realities
  • Empire Lodge Homeowners' Assn. v. Moyer : water law
  • Curious Theatre Company v. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment : First Amendment--regulation of conduct
  • Dick's Place
  • Justice Hobbs speaks of Lincoln to the University Hills Rotary Club.