Please join us for the Legislative Update of the 2019 Legislative Session presented by Amy Larson from the Colorado Bar Association on bills that affect lawyers passed in the current session of the legislature. We will then have a networking and social hour with appetizers, wine and beer included.
Amy Larson served as the CBA's lead lobbyist since 2006 before taking on her current position as Deputy Executive Director and COO.
Amy has more than 25 years' experience in a variety of association, corporate, and intergovernmental leadership capacities. She has worked for The Alex Group, Aponte & Busam Public Affairs, and Brownstein, Hyatt & Farber, acting as a principal political consultant, policy advisor, and partner of strategic initiatives for clients in the legal, technology, and education communities. She was the director of public affairs for Storage Technology Corporation; the executive director for the American Electronics Association; a marketing and public relations professional for Price Waterhouse, LLP in its Dispute Analysis and Corporate Recovery practice group; and the manager of government affairs at the Institute of Certified Financial Planners. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California, where she received her BA in English with a political science minor and her MPA with a specialization in intergovernmental management.
Amy was selected to participate in the University of Colorado's Leeds School of Business "50 for Colorado," which recognizes leaders and emerging leaders of Colorado committed to learning more about the Colorado economy and how it impacts industries across the state. She has served on numerous boards, including the Metro Denver Network Board of Governors, American Electronics Association—Colorado, Front Range Community College President's Advisory Council, YMCA Boulder Valley Board of Directors, Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry Board of Directors, Governor's Taskforce on Information Privacy, and Foundation for Boulder Valley Schools Board of Directors.
Registration fees include appetizers and drinks.