International Society of Primerus Law Firms
March 13-15, 2019
Denver, Colorado
2019 Young Lawyers Section Conference

March 13-15, 2019
Denver, Colorado
Renaissance Denver Downtown

$1,050 Member Registration Fee
$750 Second Member Registration Fee
$200 Spouse/Guest Fee

Why You Should Attend

Learn. Grow. Connect. Give Back!

This conference gives attendees unmatched opportunities to meet and create long-lasting relationships with other Primerus Young Lawyers from law firms around the world. Together, attendees will experience two days of substantive programming focused on young lawyer professional development. Some of the program highlights include:

  • Navigating Your Career – Business Minded Marketing for Young Lawyers
  • The New Generation of Law (A Moderated Panel of Senior Primerus Lawyers)
  • Grow Your Professional Network with Primerus Peers
  • Making the Most of Your Primerus Membership
  • Regional and Practice Area Breakout Sessions
  • Weeding Out Employees: How Employers Should Navigate the Legalization of Marijuana
  • Setting up Presentations for Success
  • Avoiding Malpractice
  • Ethics in Practice – A Judicial Perspective

Young lawyers, no matter their current experience level, will leave the Primerus Young Lawyers Conference with practical guidance that can be immediately implemented in their practices.

Primerus Young Lawyers Give Back

On top of new connections and excellent programming, the Primerus Young Lawyers have a chance to participate in something special for the second year running to positively influence less fortunate elementary school age children.

Primerus will be partnering with Wish for Wheels to build bicycles for 35 second grade elementary students at University Preparatory School in Denver. Wish for Wheels is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that gives brand new bicycles and helmets to kids in low income communities. Primerus young lawyers will go to the school and work together with the second graders to build the bikes. Then each second grader will get to take one of the newly assembled bikes home at the end of the day!

Help us further Wish for Wheel’s mission, through the gift of a new bicycle, to transform the lives of kids from low-income families, broadening their scope for personal growth and a healthy lifestyle.

Please come share in this amazing experience with us!


Amber Vincent is a partner at Alyn-Weiss & Associates which researches and writes marketing communication plans for full-service, contingent fee and family law attorneys and firms. In addition to helping firms meet their overall marketing goals, Amber coaches young lawyers and develops programs for young lawyers within firms looking to build a next generation. As a business coach and speaker, she offers GenX and Millennial lawyers insight and planning structured to create personal relationships with potential clients. Her goal with every attorney is to generate a book of business that is based on what they want to do rather than what they have to do. She has worked with and lectured to young lawyers across the country providing tips and guidance so they can fulfill their work and personal goals. She has spoken to numerous legal associations, including the DRI Young Lawyers conference and Primerus. Amber was also selected as a business and marketing coach for the ABA Women Rainmakers Workshops.

As the firm’s online marketing specialist, Amber has worked on numerous website and search engine optimization strategies for law firms nationwide. She lectures to law firms locally and at national conventions on branding issues, personal business development, social media and optimization tactics. She is a member of the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Management Section, Young Lawyers Division and Women Rainmakers.

As an equity partner at Zupkus & Angell, P.C., a WBENC-certified women and minority owned law firm, Muliha Khan is dedicated to representing clients in Denver, its surrounding areas and throughout the state of Colorado. Her commercial and civil litigation practice encompasses a broad range, including defending both insurance companies and insureds in bad faith, personal and bodily injury claims, and construction defect. Muliha also practices in the area of employment law, providing both pre-litigation and litigation services. Additionally, Muliha has significant appellate experience at all levels and has drafted briefs for the United States Supreme Court, the Colorado Supreme Court, and Colorado Court of Appeals.

Michael Mihm’s unique trial practice focuses on plaintiff-side legal malpractice, commercial, and personal injury litigation. He is admitted to practice in California and Colorado, but represents clients in courtrooms nationwide. Michael has obtained some of the largest plaintiff legal malpractice jury verdicts and settlements in the United States, and many multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements in commercial and personal injury litigation. Michael is a co-founder of Ogborn Mihm, LLP, and practices from both the Denver and Los Angeles offices. He is one of the few plaintiffs’ attorneys in the United States to be certified as a specialist in legal malpractice law by The State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization.

Litigation can be brutal. Too often, individuals and businesses suffer needlessly because lawyers insist on doing things “the same old way.” Not with us. Not with Mike Ogborn of Ogborn Mihm LLP. Mike’s trademark is his relentless pursuit of new and better answers. His hallmark is the recognition that better answers come only with understanding. Not just surface familiarity, but a true appreciation of your world. Mike takes the time to listen, to answer questions, and to ask questions. He doesn’t just ask “where do you want to go?” He gets you there. As a young lawyer, Mike honed his courtroom presence as a deputy district attorney working for former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter, then the Denver District Attorney. Now, as a civil trial lawyer, Mike focuses his practice on business litigation, personal injury and construction defect litigation. Mike brings his leadership and presence to obtain significant verdicts and settlements for his clients.

Ed Timmins of Timmins LLC has a broad litigation practice and has successfully tried numerous jury and bench trials in federal and state courts, and has practiced in Federal and State Courts of Appeals, and before arbitration tribunals. He also has extensive experience in all aspects of commercial transactions, including purchase and sale agreements, real estate, leasing, construction, employment, insurance, partnership and corporate agreements, secured lending and contracts.

Judge Bob McGahey has been a Denver District Court Judge since January, 2000. He was appointed by Gov. Owens and currently presides in Courtroom 1, handling civil cases. Before his appointment, he was a practicing trial lawyer for more than 25 years, during which time he tried more than 100 jury trials. His practice focused on insurance defense litigation, coverage disputes and worker’s compensation.

Judge McGahey is a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Denver College of Law. He is a member of the American, Colorado and Denver Bar Associations. He has served numerous times as an instructor for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy at the Rocky Mountain and Southern Deposition Programs, the Rocky Mountain Regional Trial Program, the Rocky Mountain Children’s Advocacy Program and the U.S. Tax Court Program. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Denver College of Law, teaching Trial Tactics and has also taught at C.U. Law School.


Please contact Chris Dawe at, or by phone at 800.968.2211 or 616.454.9939.