University of Colorado Law School (J.D. 2019)
Indiana University, B.A. Biology (2016)

Bar Admissions

Colorado (2019)

Nicholas A. Hartman

Nick is an associate attorney who primarily practices transactional law and assistance in Town Attorney issue.

Nick represents Colorado clients in matters including:

    • Open Meetings and Open Records
    • Administrative Law Issues
    • Statewide Legislative Concerns
    • Federal Regulatory Concerns
    • Employment

Prior to joining HPWC, Nick worked as a Research Counsel for the University of Colorado Office of University Counsel and specialized in writing, amending, and advising on statewide legislation for the University. He has also spent time with the City and County of Denver, City of Boulder, the Governor’s Office of Legal Counsel, and the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust.

More about Nick

While not assisting clients with their menagerie of local government issues, I can be found riding my bike up and down Colorado’s mountains, running trails in Boulder’s foothills, or hiking with my wife, son, and dog, Bear.


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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