About the Law Firm Campaign

The Law Firm Campaign runs from July to June of each year and raises funds to support Colorado Legal Services. This campaign helps ensure that low-income Coloradans don’t have to stand in court alone. While all donations are welcome, we encourage you to be a Leadership Law Firm. Leadership Law Firms demonstrate their commitment to justice for all Coloradans by donating at least $475 per Colorado attorney at their firm.

Check out the 2023-2024 Leadership Firms below.

Donations support Coloradans facing life-altering problems like domestic violence, homelessness, or unsafe housing conditions. When you donate, you provide an advocate from Colorado Legal Services for a low-income neighbor. These advocates help secure protective orders for survivors of abuse, access to housing and other benefits for unhoused Coloradans, and safer living conditions for tenants.

Unfortunately, for most non-criminal cases, there is no right to a free attorney. Survivors of  domestic abuse, our unhoused neighbors, and tenants in unsafe housing depend on programs like Colorado Legal Services to stand with them in court. To reach every low-income Coloradan with legal help, we need your support. By donating today, you can provide housing opportunities for an unhoused neighbor, a protective order for a survivor of abuse, or safer living conditions for a tenant.

Yes! Please make checks payable to the Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado and mail to 1120 Lincoln Street, Suite 701 Denver, Colorado 80203.

Yes! Our payment processor has a bank transfer option available at checkout. Please note that for security reasons, Stripe requires account verification. If you prefer to make a manual ACH payment, please call Mike Lee at 719.603.2003 for instructions.

Doing pro bono is a wonderful way to contribute to the goal of justice for all! Thank you for your pro bono work!

In addition to pro bono, we need to have dedicated legal aid attorneys to reach the goal of justice for all Coloradans. Why? Legal aid attorneys work every day in specialized areas of law like domestic violence, assisting the unhoused, and advocating for tenants. The skills they have allow them to handle more cases and the unusually difficult cases. Legal aid attorneys are also critical because they provide mentorship for pro bono lawyers who may be unfamiliar with the unique legal needs of low-income people.

Colorado Rule of Professional Conduct 6.1 and its comments say that every lawyer has a professional responsibility to provide legal services to those unable to pay and recommends additional contributions to legal aid programs.

The rule recognizes that some years may be too busy for pro bono work and provides the following recommendation. “There may be times when it is not feasible for a lawyer to engage in pro bono services. At such times a lawyer may discharge the pro bono responsibility by providing financial support to organizations providing free legal services to persons of limited means. Such financial support should be reasonably equivalent to the value of the hours of service that would have otherwise been provided.” Colorado Rule of Professional Conduct 6.1, Comment 9 (emphasis added).

Leadership Law Firms

This list is updated approximately once a week. Only firms who have donated at the leadership level of at least $475 per Colorado attorney during our 2023-2024 Law Firm Campaign are listed here. For a full list of law firm supporters, scroll down.
To report an error or omission, call us at 303.863.9544.
Last Updated: May 9, 2024.

Law Firm supporters

This list is updated approximately once a week. Only firms who have donated during our 2023-2024 Law Firm Campaign are listed here. For a list of Leadership Law Firms, who donate at least $475 per Colorado attorney, scroll up. To report an error or omission, call us at 303.863.9544.
Last Updated: May 9, 2024.

Alderman Bernstein
Alperstein & Covell
Bloch & Chapleau Cates Ongert
Boigon Law LTD
Brown Law Firm
Buchalter
Carlson Hammond & Paddock
Chalat Hatten & Banker
Chayet & Danzo
Cockrel Ela Glesne Greher & Ruhland
Crowell & Moring
Deisch Marion & Klaus
Dill Dill Carr Stonbraker & Hutchings
Dorsey & Whitney
Epstein Patierno

Foley Lardner
Garnett Powell Maximon Barlow
Gordon & Rees Scully Mansukhani
Greenberg Traurig
Griffiths Law
Grob & Eirich
Hall & Evans
Hebets & McCallin
Hill & Robbins
Kalamaya Goscha
Kamper Forbes
Katz Look & Onorato
Mari C Bush LLC
McAllister Law Office
McWilliams Mediation Group

Mill Construction Law
Nelson Mullins
Norton Rose Fulbright
Otten Johnson Robinson Neff & Ragonetti
Otteson Shapiro
Pearl Schneider Young
Perkins Coie
Pickard Law
Robinson Waters & O’Dorisio
Rosenblatt & Gosch
Sherr Puttmann Akins Lamb
Shook Hardy & Bacon
Spitz Legal Counsel
Squire Patton Boggs
Sutton Booker
Sweetbaum Miller
The Wilhite Law Firm