Welcome to the Colorado Bar Association

Mission, Values, and Vision Mission Statement

The Colorado Bar Association advances members’ practices, supports the justice system, and enriches our communities. Values: We are Strategic, Inclusive, Professional, Effective, Inspirational, Innovative, Member-focused, and Ethical. Vision Statement: The Colorado Bar Association will be the leader in providing members throughout the state with the tools to be successful, a community within which to build relationships, and the focus to successfully navigate the future.

It’s easy to get involved by attending a meeting, event, or conference. 

Check out our calendar!

Don’t forget to visit our Sections, Committees, and Bar Sponsored Programs pages to find one that might interest you.

Directions to the CBA

CBA is located on the ninth floor of the building on the corner of 19th and Grant Streets. There are many good ways to reach our offices, but for simplicity's sake we will only list one.

  • From I-25, exit at Colfax.
  • Head east on Colfax. Travel past Broadway and up three blocks to Logan.
  • Turn left on the one-way street Logan.
  • Turn left on 20th.
  • Turn left on Grant and our offices are in the building on the left.

Parking at the CBA

Please note the large surface parking lot to east of the CBA offices (between 19th and 20th Avenues on Logan) has been permanently closed. Also, the parking garage attached to our building may be closed to daily parkers to accommodate monthly parkers only. Two hour street parking may be available on the streets surrounding the bar offices (mostly for early or late meetings).  Please click here for a map of alternate parking options. Please check the map before you leave for your meeting and allow additional time to park and get to our offices for your meeting.

Bar Sponsored Programs

The CBA supports and helps administer community based legal and educational programs throughout Colorado. 


The Colorado Access to Justice Commission is an independent entity formed with the support of the Colorado Supreme Court, the Colorado Bar Association and the Statewide Legal Services Group in 2003.


To serve the legal profession by equipping participants with the vision, knowledge and skills necessary to serve as leaders in the profession and in the community.


Since 1985, the Colorado Bar Association (CBA) has proudly sponsored the CBA High School Mock Trial Program. This program is funded by the CBA Litigation Section and the Colorado Bar Foundation. This educational program is one of more than forty-five educational programs in Colorado and  is one of the leading and most respected programs in the country.

More than 100 high school teams participates in Colorado’s mock trial program. Approximately 1,500 students perform as attorneys and/or witnesses in a court case. Hundreds of attorneys, judges, teachers, and other community leaders volunteer their time to instruct students about the judicial system and the trial process through this educational program.


The Colorado Bar Foundation, established in 1953 by members of the Colorado Bar Association ("CBA"), promotes the advancement of jurisprudence and the administration of justice in Colorado through grants to help educate the general public and provide assistance to the State's legal institutions.