University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, CO: J.D. 2020
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO: B.A. 2017

Bar Admissions

Colorado (2021)

Bria I. May

Bria is an associate attorney who represents municipalities as general counsel, in all phases of litigation., and at administrative hearings.  Bria advises clients on various matters including:

  • Land Use and Zoning
  • Elections Law
  • Business Licensing
  • Eminent Domain
  • Real and Personal Property
  • Open Meetings and Open Records Law

Prior to joining the firm, Bria worked for Welborn Sullivan Meck & Tooley, P.C.  In this capacity she litigated oil and gas and mining matters.  Bria also worked as a fellow in the Prosecution and Code Enforcement section of the Denver City Attorney’s Office.  In this role, she litigated claims and ran the Juvenile docket.

Primary clients

Town Attorney, Town of Vail

More about Bria

Hobbies:  reading, running my bookstagram review page, writing, traveling, baking, and watching reality tv

Favorite Books:  Sharp Objects & Seven Days in June

Favorite Movie:  Pride & Prejudice


Matt Mire is “of counsel” with the law firm of Hoffmann, Parker, Wilson & Carberry, P.C.  Matt represents Colorado clients in matters including: 

  • Municipal
  • Land Use
  • Real Estate
  • Litigation
  • General Business Transactions 

Matt is a member of the Colorado and American Bar Associations.


Primary clients

Town Attorney, Town of Vail


Louisiana Tech University (B.A., 1992)

University of Tulsa College of Law (J.D., 1996, cum laude)
     American Jurisprudence Award – Advanced Torts.
     Staff Writer, Energy Law Journal, 1993-1994.

Bar Admissions

Colorado (1996)

United States District Court for the District of Colorado (1997)



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