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Colorado Dirt Law is maintained by Jeffrey Cullers, an attorney in northern Colorado. I completed my J.D. in 2008 at Southern Methodist University in Dallas,

Colorado Dirt Law is maintained by Jeffrey Cullers, an attorney in northern Colorado. I completed my J.D. in 2008 at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. After briefly practing in Texas, I moved to Denver, Colorado to study natural resources and environmental law at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, obtaining an LLM in 2010. I then practiced at law firms in both Colorado and Wyoming focusing on property rights, federal land issues, and litigation. In 2015, I joined Herms & Herrera in Fort Collins, Colorado. My practice focuses on real estate matters general civil litigation.

Since I am a Colorado attorney, Colorado Dirt Law seeks to provide information and commentary regarding Colorado property right matters specifically, however, national matters and trends may come up as well. My passion for this practice area originates in the belief a free and economically productive society depends on strong private property rights, supported by a strong legal system.

About

Colorado Dirt Law is maintained by Jeffrey Cullers, an attorney in northern Colorado. I completed my J.D. in 2008 at Southern Methodist University in Dallas,

Colorado Dirt Law is maintained by Jeffrey Cullers, an attorney in northern Colorado. I completed my J.D. in 2008 at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. After briefly practing in Texas, I moved to Denver, Colorado to study natural resources and environmental law at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, obtaining an LLM in 2010. I then practiced at law firms in both Colorado and Wyoming focusing on property rights, federal land issues, and litigation. In 2015, I joined Herms & Herrera in Fort Collins, Colorado. My practice focuses on real estate matters general civil litigation.

Since I am a Colorado attorney, Colorado Dirt Law seeks to provide information and commentary regarding Colorado property right matters specifically, however, national matters and trends may come up as well. My passion for this practice area originates in the belief a free and economically productive society depends on strong private property rights, supported by a strong legal system.

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