Colorado Civil Rights Lawyers
My primary practice areas are focused on business litigation and appeals. However, I am always interested in new and complex cases that other lawyers may avoid. I offer creative fee arrangements depending on the circumstances (i.e. if there is a prevailing party attorney fee provision by statute or contract)....
Entering into private practice in 2009, she has kept herself busy in the areas of Family Law, Criminal Defense, and has begun a new role in Personal Injury cases.
It has always been Ms. Becker’s philosophy in her practice of...
Denver, CO Civil Rights Lawyer with 29 years experience
Communication is key, no matter what stage you're at; negotiation, arbitration, mediation, trial or appeal. Our attorneys are ready to take on the inherent demands and obligations whether in complex litigation, an aggressive criminal defense or an amicable divorce. Our...
Carrie’s approach to the cases she handles is both strategic and comprehensive. She has been included in the prestigious Super Lawyers® list and is also listed among the Best Lawyers in America®. Carrie is also one of the few women in the country who has...
Licensed to practice law in the State of Colorado, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th, 10th Court and for the Federal District Court, John W. McKendree has established himself as a trusted name in the legal profession. With over fifty three years of experience...
Colorado Civil Rights Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
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