Colorado Supreme Court

Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel

Promoting Professionalism. Protecting the Public.

Have you updated your info?

Notifying our office with any changes to your contact information helps us keep you abreast of important deadlines. Oh, and it’s required by Rule 227.


Fall 2015

If you have changed jobs, changed your email, changed … well, changed just about anything to do with your practice or how to contact you, please notify our office.

Many attorneys wait until their registration period to update information with the Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel’s registration office. However, Rule 227 requires that attorneys file a statement of change within 28 days of such change.

When you notify us, please update the following information:

·       Current residence and office address

·       Phone number

·       Email address

·       Compliance statements regarding any child support payments, trust accounts, and malpractice coverage

You can update any of your contact information online by filling out the Address Change Request form. To update your compliance statement, print, fill out and sign the Attorney Registration Statementand submit to

Making these changes promptly ensures that you not only comply with the Rules but also that you receive important notices from our office regarding upcoming deadlines.

Elvia Mondragon is the Clerk of Attorney Registration and Director of Continuing Legal and Judicial Education in the Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel.