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Attorney Regulation Counsel helps the Colorado Supreme Court regulate the practice of law in Colorado through various programs. The office oversees attorney admissions, attorney registration, mandatory continuing legal and judicial education, attorney diversion and discipline, regulation of the unauthorized practice of law, and inventory counsel. Learn more

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Colorado Supreme Court
The Colorado Supreme Court is the state's highest court.  The Court has exclusive jurisdiction over the practice of law in Colorado.

Presiding Disciplinary Judge
The Presiding Disciplinary Judge presides over formal attorney discipline complaints filed by the Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel, among other duties.

Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline
The Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline consider complaints alleging misconduct by judges. Complaints about magistrates and municipal court judges are filed with the Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel.


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Tell us about your lawyer survival skills!

We want to know which resources you turn to when encountering bullying or unprofessional behavior in your practice, and what resources you would like to see. Click here to participate in this short, anonymous five-minute survey.

Do you have thoughts about the bar exam?

The NCBE Testing Task Force needs your help to develop the next generation of the bar exam! Please complete the Task Force’s 2019 practice analysis survey online.

New flat fee rule and form agreement.

Effective January 31, 2019, Colo. RPC 1.5 Fees was amended and now includes a Form Flat Fee Agreement.

Here’s how you can help change the culture of the legal profession.

The Colorado Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being formed in September 2018 to promote greater well-being in the Colorado legal community and, in doing so, to help maintain public confidence in the profession.