The El Paso County Bar Association is the principal professional association for attorneys in the Pikes Peak region, serving the local legal community since 1902. We offer extensive continuing legal education opportunities, social and networking events, and numerous programs for the community through our two charitable organizations, the El Paso County Bar Foundation and the Pikes Peak Justice & Pro Bono Center (The Justice Center).
Board of Directors
Immediate Past President
CBA Board of Governors Representatives
LRIS Program Director
Pikes Peak Lawyer Design Director
... to promote justice and education by funding and promoting innovation in legal services, enhancing access to justice for the under-served, and supporting the public interest activities of the El Paso County Bar Association.
The Pikes Peak Justice and Pro Bono Center (d.b.a The Justice Center) works to provide increased access to legal services for underserved populations in the Pikes Peak region who would otherwise not be able to access these services, either because of financial restrictions or other barriers. The Justice Center is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
In total, volunteers with The Justice Center donated $316,413 in legal services, expertise, and assistance in the 2017 year while helping over 2,500 members of the public. This represents a return of over $6 in legal services provided for each dollar in The Justice Center’s budget.
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Board of Directors
The El Paso County Bar Foundation was established in March 2002, to promote the education, knowledge and awareness of the law; improve the administration of justice and the delivery of legal services; assist in providing legal services to those who are unable to afford them; provide scholarships and grants consistent with these purposes; and serve similar charitable and community needs in El Paso and Teller Counties.
The El Paso County Bar Foundation is the charitable arm of the El Paso County Bar Association.