Colorado Bar Association

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The Colorado Bar Association
Type Legal Society
Headquarters Denver, CO
  • United States
18,000 in 2012 (73% of all active Colorado attorneys)[1]

The Colorado State Bar Association (CBA), founded in 1897, is a voluntary bar association for the state of Colorado.

Perhaps the earliest bar association in what is now Colorado was the Weld County Bar Association, founded by three lawyers in or after 1870.[2]

A 21-member board of governors is elected on an annual basis, except for an executive director, who is hired by the board itself.[1]

CBA is the publisher of a monthly journal, The Colorado Lawyer.


  1. ^ a b Colorado Bar Association Quick Facts & Tip Sheet, Colorado Bar Association, retrieved 2012-11-27 
  2. ^ Weld County Bar Centennial, Colorado Bar Association, retrieved 2012-11-27 

External links

  • University of Denver Law Review
  • University of Colorado School of Law
  • Colorado Law
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