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Admitted to the Colorado Bar: 2001 (admitted to Arizona Bar in 1996)
Bar number: 32588 (Arizona Bar number 017516)
J.D. year and university: 1996 (Indiana University School of Law)
Current practice: Stephanie’s practice focuses on construction law and commercial litigation representing construction industry professionals in both transactional and litigation matters. She is also a construction industry consultant providing training of project personnel on matters relating to contract administration and project documentation.
Bar activities: Ben S. Wendelken Inn of Court member; Member of El Paso County Bar Foundation Gala Committee; Member of El Paso County Law Library Committee.
Community activities: Member, American Subcontractors Association; Attorney Counsel, American Subcontractors Association of Colorado.
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Admitted to the Colorado Bar:
Bar number: 5098
J.D. year and university: 1966 (Tulsa University); LL.M. 1969 (Georgetown University)
Current practice: ADR, Judge Pro Tem; U.S. Justice Department; Pikes Peak Legal Services; Private Practice; Colorado Springs Municipal Judge; District Judge 4th Judicial District; 27 years ADR practice in Colorado including 13 years with the Judicial Arbiter Group.
Bar activities: Pikes Peak Lawyer Editor and Committee Chair 2000 to present; Legal Aid Foundation; Legacy Society, Chair; ADR Committee; Advocate for Justice Legal Aid Foundation; Call a Lawyer and Ask a Lawyer.
Community activities: Trout Unlimited, Cheyenne Mountain chapter.
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Admitted to the Colorado Bar: 1992
Bar number: 22277
J.D. year and university: 1991 – The University of Kansas
Current practice: District Attorney’s Office (appellate unit)
Bar activities: Ask-A-Lawyer; Call-A-Lawyer; Veteran’s Stand Down Clinic; Pikes Peak Pro Bono Project, Inc. (member of board of directors); Colorado Courts in the Community (workshop for high school teachers offered by the Colorado appellate courts).
Community activities: Volunteer coach, Colorado Springs Park & Rec. Department; Rock Ledge Ranch (at-large member of board of directors); host for foreign exchange student through the Center for Cultural Interchange (most recently for the 2013-2014 school year).
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Admitted to the Colorado Bar: 1999 (admitted to the California Bar in 1991)
Bar number: 30418
J.D. year and university: 1991 (UCLA School of Law)
Current practice: Family law partner at Black & Graham, LLC
Bar activities: El Paso County Bar Association: membership chair 2006 to 2008, trustee 2008 to 2010, and Treasurer 2010 to 2012; El Paso County Family Law Section (chair 2006 to 2008); CBA Family Law Section (Executive Council 2008 to 2010).
Community activities: Active in Ben Wendelken American Inn of Court, including Executive Committee 2005 to 2009; Volunteer for Teen Court and Law Day Habitat for Humanity; Presented about 10-15 CLEs for EPCBA and CBA-CLE in the past 10 years.
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Admitted to the Colorado Bar: 1997
Bar number: 28113
J.D. year and university: 1996 (Gonzaga School of Law)
Current practice: Personal injury and workers compensation
Bar activities: Treasurer, El Paso County Bar Association; Chair of Directory Committee, El Paso County Bar Association.
Community activities: Volunteer with Pikes Peak Challenge; supporter of the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado; member of the Brain Injury Professional Network.
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Admitted to the Colorado Bar: 1985
Bar number: 14743
J.D. year and university: 1984 (Tulsa University School of Law)
Current practice: Weddell & Haller, PC
Bar activities: Paul has been a member of the El Paso County Board of Trustees for two years. He volunteers for the Ask-A-Lawyer clinics and I take pro bono referrals for protective orders.
Community activities: Paul volunteers in his church. He also considers volunteering in the Bar programs a way of giving back to the community feeling it is a very important way to help improve access to justice for the poor and under served people in our community.
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Admitted to the Colorado Bar: November 17, 1997
Bar number: 29008
J.D. year and university: 1997 (University of Nebraska)
Current practice: Alpern Myers Stuart LLC
Bar activities: Member of Ben S. Wendelken Inn of Court.
Community activities: Served as President of the SET Family Medical Clinics Board of Directors.
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Admitted to the Colorado Bar: 2007
Bar number: 38662
J.D. year and university: 2002 (University of Michigan)
Current practice: Magistrate, Fourth Judicial District
Bar activities: Member of the Colorado Bar Association, El Paso County Bar Association, and Women’s Bar Association.
Community activities: Board member of the Pikes Peak Pro Bono Project, Member of Executive Committee and Treasurer of the Ben Wendelken Inn of Court, Volunteer Coach for Palmer High School Mock Trial Team, Volunteer Judge for Teen Court, and Volunteer for Pikes Peak Humane Society.
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Admitted to the Colorado Bar: October 23, 1995
Bar number: 26338
J.D. year and university: 1995 (University of Minnesota)
Current practice: El Paso County Attorney
Bar activities: Board of Directors, El Paso County Bar Foundation; El Paso County Women’s Law Association; Past trustee of the El Paso Bar Association.
Community activities: Since 2008 Amy have served on the Board of Directors for and provided pro-bono legal services to Kidpower, a non-profit organization that offers safety awareness for children in the community. She is also an active instructor at the Pikes Peak Law Enforcement Academy and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Academy, specializing in search and seizure and courtroom presentations. Amy has also served as a former Vice President of the Colorado District Attorney’s Council and volunteered for several years as a middle school volleyball coach.