After a long, successful legal career representing clients in commercial, personal injury, and professional malpractice litigation, Laird has retired.
He is enjoying retirement with his busy grandchildren, reading, traveling, and playing golf.
Admitted to Bar
JD 1971 — University of Denver
BA 1965 — University of Colorado
Appointed Part-Time Federal Magistrate Judge
Martindale-Hubbell Rating — AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5.0
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Fellows in the Colorado Bar Foundation are lawyers in good standing of the Colorado Bar Association selected for their outstanding contributions to their communities.
American College of Trial Lawyers
International Society of Barristers
American Bar Foundation
Colorado Bar Foundation
Community and Professional Involvement
Colorado Bar Association
American College of Real Estate Lawyers
Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
Conflict Resolution Services, Inc.; Member and Mediator-Arbitrator
National Board of Trial Advocacy; Certified Civil Trial Advocate
Member and Mediator-Arbitrator, Dispute Resolution Group, Inc. (a Colorado nonprofit corporation engaged in alternative dispute resolution)
Colorado Bar Association; served as President 2002
Colorado Supreme Court Grievance Committee; Member; Vice Chair of Panel C
Colorado Trial Lawyers Association; served as President 1997
Judicial Nominating Commission for 21st Judicial District
Mesa County Bar Association; served as President 1984
Board of Directors Colorado Rural Legal Services; served as Chairman
Responsive. Experienced. Focused.
NEWS / UPDATES / DOCUMENTS
12.1.16 — DWMK 4th Quarter 2016 Newsletter
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