M. PATRICK WILSON

Admitted to bar, 1995, Colorado and 1994: California. Education: Pomona College, Claremont, California (B.A. History, 1989); University of California, Hastings College of the Law (J.D., 1994). Staff Editor, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, 1993-1994; Law clerk for Denver District Court Judge Larry Naves, 1996. Assistant Attorney General, State of Colorado, 1999-2001. Professional mediation certificate, University of Colorado at Denver, 2005. Author: Eminent Domain Law in Colorado, Colorado Lawyer, Vol. 35, Nos. 9 and 11 (2006); Blazing a Trail: Condemning Ways of Necessity in the New West, (with Jack Sperber), Current Condemnation Law, American Bar Association publication (2006); Local Government Sales and Use Taxes, (with Christopher Price) Colorado Lawyer, Vol. 40., No. 7 (2011). Practice Areas: eminent domain, condemnation, real property litigation, sales and use tax litigation, local government law, general litigation, arbitration and mediation, administrative procedures and appeals.Member, Litigation Section Council, Colorado Bar Association.