CBA's online membership directory
Information on what to do if you are unable to come to an agreement with your Colorado attorney or have a complaint about a Colorado attorney or judge or magistrate.
• Legal Assistance Programs
Colorado Legal Service
Helping low-income Coloradans find solutions to civil legal problems
Colorado Pro Bono
Legal Aid organizations and pro bono programs in Colorado
Metro Volunteer Lawyers
Recruits and coordinates volunteer lawyers to perform free and low-cost legal services for people with no or very low income who live and work in Adams, Broomfield, Arapahoe, Denver, Elbert, Douglas, & Jefferson Counties.
CBA's Appellate Pro Bono Program
The Appellate Pro Bono Program of the Colorado Bar Association (CBA) is a pilot program that provides pro bono attorneys to represent indigent pro se litigants in civil cases pending before the Colorado Court of Appeals and the Colorado Supreme Court.
This program applies only to civil cases. It does not apply to unemployment, prison discipline, or criminal cases.
The CBA Public Legal Education Department has a library of educational materials related to law and justice. Curricula, texts, publications, videos, workbooks, and handbooks on the constitution, practical law and mock trials are available for any grade level. In addition, a small selection of videos are available with practical tips in such areas as buying a house, small claims, doing your own divorce, evictions, etc.
Colorado Bar Association Classifieds and the DBA Placement Service
Colorado Bar Association's Family Violence Program and provides general information on issues of family violence (including child abuse, partner-to-partner abuse, and elder abuse) as well as resources for prevention and intervention of family violence.