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Our Colorado Springs office was established in 1994. Our lawyers leverage established local relationships, together with the resources of a leading global legal practice, to provide value-added counsel and representation to a variety of clients. Approximately 10 lawyers practice in our Colorado Springs office.

The office is located in the heart of Colorado Springs at the foot of Pikes Peak.

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Interesting notes

  • Largest international footprint of any legal practice in Colorado.
  • Consistently ranked among the top Colorado firms by Chambers USA for corporate/M&A, environmental and natural resources, intellectual property, labor and employment, litigation, and energy law.

Contact

For further information about our Colorado Springs office, please contact:

Sheila Winstanley
Office Administrator
Hogan Lovells US LLP
Two North Cascade Avenue, Suite 1300
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
JoinHoganLovellsCO@hoganlovells.com

Our work

Practice areas

  • Construction
  • Corporate
  • Intellectual property
  • Litigation
  • Real estate

Significant clients

  • The Broadmoor
  • GE Johnson Construction Company
  • Ramtron International
  • STMicroelectronics
  • U.S. Olympic Committee
  • Vail Resorts, Inc.

Read more about our work in Colorado Springs

Billable hours

Associates must meet our quality and firm citizenship expectations in order to be considered for class level bonuses, and are expected to work a productivity minimum of 2,000 annualized billable hours. If an associate meets 1,800 billable hours, then 50 pro bono hours worked are counted toward bonus consideration, if an associate meets 1,850 billable hours, all pro bono hours worked are counted toward bonus consideration. In addition associates may also receive discretionary bonus consideration for significant achievements in legal project management and/or contributions to business/client development efforts.

Hogan Lovells is committed to supporting our people in reaching their full potential and using agile work arrangements to develop their careers, consistent with the needs of our clients and the firm. We recognize that our workforce needs to have greater flexibility in their working arrangements. All Hogan Lovells lawyers and business services team members make take advantage of agile work arrangements at any time in their career. Agile working incorporates both time (flexible working) and location (remote working) flexibly. Agile work arrangements may include reduced hours expectations, flexible hours in the office, effective use of remote working or telecommuting, job sharing, as well as other combinations or approaches.

Pro bono commitment

We have provided pro bono legal representation to a number of significant local projects, including Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Junior League of Colorado Springs, The City Committee for Colorado Springs, and Pikes Peak Call-A-Lawyer.