Real Estate Law Section
Monitors and reports on judicial, legislative and other developments that affect the practice of real estate law. The goal of the section is to promote, clarify and educate members concerning issues arising in Colorado real estate law. The section keeps its members informed through quarterly real estate newsletters, special columns in The Colorado Lawyer, and numerous legal education programs, including approximately six workshops per year, quarterly topical luncheons and an annual symposium that provides a unique opportunity to learn and to renew acquaintances with fellow real estate lawyers. All Colorado lawyers with an interest in real estate can benefit from joining this section.
The 2015/2016 CBA Section Chair: Daniel A. Sweetser, The Sweetser Law Firm PC, Denver
CBA Staff Liaison: Dana Collier Smith
WATCH HERE FOR INFORMATION ON THE 2016 REAL ESTATE SYMPOSIUM!
2015-16 Topical CLE Luncheon Dates
Luncheon dates are below. Locations and topics will be updated as they become available.
September 3, 2015, Maggiano's Denver Pavilions
October 1, 2015, Maggiano's Tech Center
November 5, 2015, Maggiano's Denver Pavilions
January 7, 2016, Maggiano's Denver Pavilions
February 4, 2016, Maggiano's Tech Center
March 3, 2016, Maggiano's Denver Pavilions
April 7, 2016, Maggiano's Tech Center
May 5, 2016, Maggiano's Denver Pavilions
June 2, 2016, Maggiano's Tech Center
Upcoming CLE Real Estate Programs
Members of the Real Estate Section Council and the Pitkin County Bar Association attended a jointly-sponsored CLE program.
Articles Needed For Publication In The Colorado Lawyer
The Real Estate Section encourages all aspiring authors to contribute articles (or even just ideas for articles) for publication in the real estate column of The Colorado Lawyer. Articles submitted need to provide a balanced discussion of new, developing or interesting areas relating to the practice of real estate law in Colorado or nationally. To encourage your creative energy, the Real Estate Section will honor the best real estate article published in The Colorado Lawyer during 2012/2013 with a stipend of $500 to the contributing author or firm. Articles should be submitted to Jim Killean (email@example.com), Eben Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Joey Lubinski (email@example.com) for consideration.