William Duven, Attorney
William C Duven has been practicing law for more than 35 years in Colorado Springs. He graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1979 and their College of Law in 1982. He represents landlords and creditors in the areas of Landlord-Tenant and debt collection cases. He appears regularly in courts in Colorado Springs and throughout the Front Range. Mr. Duven was voted by his colleagues "Top Attorney" from 2014 through 2019.
Clinton Albert, Attorney
Clinton Albert is staff attorney with Colorado Legal Services focusing on housing issues. A 2010 graduate of Temple University Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mr. Albert began practicing law in the Colorado State Public Defender office in Colorado Springs. Following his time at the public defender office, Mr. Albert worked for the Bussey Law Firm handling criminal defense and personal injury cases. When not in court or the office, he can be found rock climbing somewhere in the Rocky Mountains or Colorado Plateau.
Landlord/Tenant Attorney Panel will provide interesting discussion and insight concerning the latest legal issues affecting property management. The panel moderator will present scenarios for debate followed by a member question and answer session.
Vendor registrations for Tables are handled thru the Affiliate Co-ordinator.
Remember early registration ends at midnight on November 12, 2019.
Cancellations in writing must be received by the Treasurer only, no later than midnight the Thursday before the event. Checks and cash always welcome at the door. Credit/debit can only be used on line.
Late registrations, and at the door are at a cost of $35.00. A Registration means a lunch will be prepared for you, that the Chapter has to pay for. Therefore payment is expected at time of service.