Uncle Sam Wants You in the Law Club ...

The Law Club was founded on April 10, 1914 as a "club of younger lawyers desiring to organize a homogenous group which would meet systematically to discuss questions helpful in law practice." Four months later, the First World War broke out. We deny that we caused that in any manner. 
In 1939, a group of Law Club members "attempted to to amuse those present at the first day's luncheon of the Colorado Bar Association," and things pretty much went downhill from there. Law Club shows became a tradition at CBA conventions, continuing until the Conventions themselves were discontinued in 2000. We deny that we caused that in any manner. 
 Active membership in the Law Club is open to law students and attorneys under the age of 107. That was raised from 45, but only in this millenium. Musical talent is desirable, but not required. Upon reaching 45, members become associate (aka "over the hill") members, but now may still be officers. So basically there's no difference.

Our list of associate members includes an impressive number of well known attorneys and judges, most of whom will deny any affiliation with the organization if asked. The way you can tell that an important person is a member of the Law Club is by his or her immediate, emphatic denial. This is our secret method of identifying each other.

 Inquiries about membership may be made to any active member, or to the membership chairperson, currently Wally Ballou, Further information may be found at the Club's web site at

 That's right here, in case you didn't know.