Colorado Supreme Court
Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel
Promoting Professionalism. Protecting the Public.
Avoid common missteps by efficiently and effectively managing your practice.
Ethics School, Trust Account School, and Practice and Financial Monitor School Presented by OARC
The Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel offers trust account school and ethics school. The office also provides a program to train lawyers to become practice and financial monitors, who assist other lawyers to understand, develop and implement law office management and financial systems.
13 Steps to Operating Trust Accounts
Mishandling client funds is the quickest way to get disciplined in Colorado. Learn how to operate your trust account effectively.
The Colorado Lawyer Self-Assessment Program
A program that allows lawyers to proactively evaluate client service matters, law office management, and their compliance with professional obligations. Lawyers who complete this voluntary, confidential program may claim CLE credit.
Hiring and Working with an Attorney.
This guide offers insights on what to look for when hiring an attorney and what to expect out of the attorney-client relationship.
Professional Liability Insurance.
What lawyers need to know about malpractice insurance.
In the Event of Death or Closing a Practice
A guide to help lawyers plan the closing of a practice.
The Inventory Counsel Coordinator can manage the affairs and client files of Colorado attorneys who die or become disabled.
CBA Ethics Opinions
The Colorado Bar Association provides written advisory opinions on ethical issues. CBA ethics opinions are not binding on the Colorado Supreme Court, the Presiding Disciplinary Judge, the Attorney Regulation Committee, or the Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel and do not provide protection against disciplinary actions.
CBA Fee Arbitration
The Colorado Bar Association provides a service to help lawyers and clients resolve fee disputes.
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