July 16, 2007 - Wm. David Lytle is Colorado Bar Association President
For Immediate Release
July 16, 2007
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Wm. David Lytle is Colorado Bar Association President
Pueblo attorney to lead 16,738-member association
COLORADO — Wm. David Lytle, managing member of Altman Keilbach Lytle Parlapiano & Ware PC in Pueblo, is the new president of the 16,738-member Colorado Bar Association. Lytle is a graduate of the Washington University in St. Louis and is admitted to the Bar in Colorado, as well as the U.S. District Court and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court on Colorado.
Lytle has held numerous leadership positions in the association: chair of the CBA Legal Fee Arbitration Committee, chair of the CBA Committee on the Economics of Practice, CBA vice president and CBA Executive Council member. He is a member of the CBA Real Estate and Business Law Sections, and a former member of the Membership Services Committee. Lytle’s practice primarily focuses on commercial and residential real estate matters.
Lytle also is president of the John Neumann School Foundation and co-chair of the Pueblo County Coloado Teacher Awards, and he serves on the Pueblo Planning and Zoning Commission.
During his year as CBA president, Lytle hopes to further the goals of assisting members in improving practice quality, economics and efficiency; supporting and improving the justice system; and enhancing public confidence in the legal system.