Lawyers and Judges of Color Balance the Scales February 25, 2019. CU Panel discussion with Sonny Flowers. Panelists reflect on the history of African-American judges in Colorado and the impact of black lawyers on the legal community.
Life as a Lawyer: What Colorado Law Did for Me – W. Harold “Sonny” Flowers Jr. Fall, 2018 Amicus – CU Law Publication
2018 John V. Christensen Award Winner – Chuck Sisk 5.2.18 Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG)
Fairview High Mock Trial Team Headed to National Competition 4.14.18 Boulder Daily Camera
Attorney Stephanie L. Brennan helps coach these young adults to victory! (Click title to read more.)
Official Website: HSMT Reno, NV – May 11th & 12th, 2018
RTD Board Member Chuck Sisk to Hold Telephone Town Hall 4.5.18 Longmont Times Call
Attorney Chuck Sisk chats with locals about their concerns. (Click title to read more.)
W. Harold “Sonny” Flowers, Jr. 2016 George Norlin Award Winner University of Colorado Boulder
W. Harold “Sonny” Flowers didn’t have many fellow black classmates at Boulder High in the early 1960s, but he found community among black CU student-athletes he befriended on The Hill. “Even then,” one mentor wrote, “Sonny stood out as a young man who would go places.”
2016 CU Boulder Alumni Association Awards Daily Camera
This year’s winners include …W. Harold “Sonny” Flowers Jr., a Boulder attorney who helped establish the Black Alumni Association and created an endowed scholarship for students of color at Colorado Law and the University of Denver.
Sonny Flowers Receives Kenneth Norman Kripke Lifetime Achievement Award Colorado Bar Association 5.9.2013
The Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, the largest specialty bar association in Colorado, hosted its 16th Annual Spring Dinner on May 9 at the Denver Marriott City Center to honor W. Harold (Sonny) Flowers Jr., of Hurth, Sisk & Blakemore LLP in Boulder with the Kenneth Norman Kripke Lifetime Achievement Award.
Sisk has busy first day on RTD board BizWest 2.15.2013
Former Louisville mayor Chuck Sisk was appointed Feb. 5 by Boulder County commissioners to fill a seat on the Regional Transportation District’s 15-member elected board of directors. Sisk, a law partner at Hurth, Sisk & Blakemore LLP in Boulder since 1973 and a 2012 inductee into the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame, was picked to represent RTD District O, which includes Boulder and Louisville as well as Superior, Lyons, Hygiene, the Diagonal Highway corridor and parts of Longmont southwest of Mountain View Avenue and Hover Street. Sisk replaces John Tayer, who was elected to a four-year term on the RTD board in 2010 but resigned last month to devote more time to the job of Boulder Chamber president and chief executive that he won in November. Sisk can serve at least through the November 2014 election.
Boulder County Business Hall of Fame grows by a half-dozen Times Call 4.25.12
2012 Inductee Charles “Chuck” Sisk, a partner in the law firm of Hurth, Sisk & Blakemore, is a former mayor of Louisville who quoted from the John Mellencamp song, “Small Town” in his speech. As a longtime resident of Louisville, he said, that community always gave him the warm feeling he had growing up in the small southeastern Colorado town of Las Animas.
“This award you give me makes this small town boy very proud,” Sisk said.
Daily Camera 10.29.2011
Boulder County Bar Foundation and Colorado Trial Lawyers Association Update
Hurth, Sisk & Blakemore attorney Sonny Flowers has been elected vice-chair of the Boulder County Bar Foundation for 2011 – 12. Also, in August Sonny co-chaired the Annual Convention of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association – a three day education program with sixty speakers presenting papers and lectures on cutting-edge issues in trial advocacy.
University of Colorado at Boulder Law 07.10.2010
Boulder Report 06.2009