From the Colorado State Judicial Branch Website. Provides access to court records, small claims filing, educational resources, forms and other documents and additional resources.
The Office of Administrative Courts (OAC) is Colorado's centralized administrative court system. Most States and the federal government have established similar specialized legal processes within the executive branch. This structure enables both agencies and citizens to have certain disputes resolved while avoiding the time and expense of litigation in district court. In 1976, the General Assembly created the Division of Administrative Hearings as a central panel of administrative law judges ("ALJs") to decide workers' compensation, human services, licensing and a variety of other cases.
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The Secretary of State compiles and publishes the administrative rules of the executive agencies of the state of Colorado in the Code of Colorado Regulations. The official Code and Register published pursuant to § 24-4-103(11), C.R.S., can be accessed from this website.
Notices of rulemaking, proposed rules, new and amended rules, and Attorney General rules opinions are published monthly in the companion publication, the Colorado Register.
The Attorney General provides opinions on the interpretation of Colorado law at the request of state officials and departments. These opinions were based on the law as it existed at the time the opinions were issued. They may have been superceded by changes in constitutional, statutory, or case law.
Official court forms for use in Colorado cases. Provided by the Colorado Judiciary.
CoCourts.com is Colorado’s most comprehensive source for court records, and was created as an initiative of the Colorado Judicial Branch to help citizens make better choices. CoCourts.com provides a simpler, more affordable way to retrieve information without making a trip to the courthouse.
Executive orders issued by Colorado's governor.
The official publication of the state administrative rules. The companion publication to the Code of Colorado Regualtions.
The Colorado Revised Statutes made available for public use by the Committee on Legal Services of the Colorado General Assembly. Includes the United States Constitution.
Searchable access to all Colorado Legislative Council Research Publications, legislation related to each publication, and information on performing legislative history research at the state and federal level.
The mission of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) is to foster the responsible development of Colorado's oil and gas natural resources.
“Colorado Session Laws” is a digital replica of the print Colorado Session Law volumes as published by the State of Colorado. All volumes were drawn from the William A. Wise Law Library’s collection and digitized with the permission of the State of Colorado.
The Colorado Information Marketplace website, data.colorado.gov, is a great place to start when you need any information on the State of Colorado and its programs. The Information Marketplace offers maps, datasets, charts, calendars, documents, files, and forms from all State agencies. You can visit the Information Marketplace to find resources on the Colorado floods; legislative information; maps of services as well as statistical and demographic maps; and much more. A list of the site's most popular resources includes maps of state services; links to education data (SchoolView); black bear-human conflict area datasets; population charts; a map of Colorado's county seats; and more.
The mission of the Colorado Bar Association is to improve the quality of its members’ legal practices, to support and improve the justice system, and to support the community through voluntary and educational endeavors.
DOLA works in partnership with local governments and communities statewide to provide funding for projects and disaster recovery relief. It provides state and federal funding to private housing developers, housing authorities, and local governments to increase the inventory of affordable housing, and works diligently to help our state’s most vulnerable population to remove them from homelessness. DOLA also provides expertise through technical assistance programs to help with community planning, property taxation, and tax appeals.
Colorado Legal Services is a non-profit corporation that has assisted persons with low income and seniors in the State of Colorado for over 85 years. The mission of Colorado Legal Services is to provide access to civil legal services to low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado.
The Getches-Wilkinson Center seeks to serve the American West and the world by means of interdisciplinary research, teaching and problem-solving in order to further true sustainability for our land, water and air.
The official website of the Colorado Attorney General's office.
Official website portal for the Colorado governor's office and executive branch.
List of Colorado state agencies, including contact information. Provided by the State of Colorado.
The official website portal to Colorado's state government.
Published by Circuit Media, Law Week Colorado is the state’s only newspaper published specifically for lawyers, law firms, corporate counsel and the judiciary. Law Week is written and edited by award-winning journalists and lawyers who have credibility in the legal marketplace. The print version, published weekly, features timely news articles and additional stories based on their editorial calendar. LawWeekOnline.com features excerpts of their print articles, as well as press releases and breaking legal news.
This website includes the same searchable database that legislators use to find every bill introduced in the House or Senate over the last 15 years; other searchable databases for the Colorado Constitution and Colorado Revised Statutes, with laws dating back to the state’s founding in 1876; descriptions of the roles and activities of the legislative committees that scrutinize every bill; contact information for state legislators and maps of their districts; and information for visitors to the State Capitol in Denver.
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The Colorado Practice Series is a collection of treatises written by practitioners for practitioners. Published by West, it covers a wide range of Colorado law topics. The main treatise is entitled Colorado Methods of Practice. This multi-volume treatise covers many topics at a more general level. Other treatises in the set focus on specific subject areas such as appellate law, employment law and civil procedure among others. This is an excellent starting point for Colorado legal research problems. It provides descriptions of the law with helpful tips, commentary, forms and guides.
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