COVID-19 LEGAL UPDATE
The Boulder County Bar Association (BCBA) exists to help local law professionals advance their career and ensure the vitality of the greater legal community. We serve the full spectrum of legal professionals whether you are just starting out, mid-career or nearing retirement. We deliver the services you care about most, from a rich line-up of CLE courses and networking events to help you build a reliable referral network, to providing the most pertinent legal business intelligence and meaningful opportunities to give back to the community. We are committed to elevating the legal profession in Boulder County and driving success through support, resources and innovative thinking.
BCBA Presidential Update
3.26.20 In our continuing efforts to keep you updated and informed regarding local and state developments related to the practice of law, please see the updated Executive Order issued by Governor Polis this morning. A link to the Order can be found here.
Section 7 of the State’s updated Order lists Legal Services as an exempt “Critical” Business. Once again, we ask that you please conduct your business responsibly and safely.
May President's Page
On March 27, 2020 the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) was signed into law. Among its many components, the CARES Act established the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”), a loan program that made $349 billion available to small businesses using the Small Business Administration (“SBA”).
Boulder County Bar Foundation
The Boulder County Bar Foundation was organized as a 501(c)(3) organization to raise donations from members of the Boulder County Bar Association, invest the donations in an endowment fund that will grow in principal and distribute proceeds from the endowment fund to legally-related 501(c)(3) organizations in Boulder County, Colorado.