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Ms. Bernstein practices in the areas of eminent domain and real estate litigation. She represents private landowners, quasi-municipal corporations and public entities in her eminent domain and her litigation work includes the appellate process. Before starting her own firm with Jody Alderman, Ms. Bernstein worked as an associate attorney at Grimshaw & Harring in the areas of eminent domain, civil, commercial and real estate litigation and water law. Prior to working in the private sector, Ms. Bernstein clerked for Judge Arthur P. Roy at the Colorado Court of Appeals during the 2003-2004 term.
Ms. Bernstein was born in Denver on November 11, 1973, and raised in Vail and Denver . She was admitted to the Colorado bar in 2003. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Steve Csajaghy, and their daughter. She also enjoys playing in the mountains and traveling.
Legal Services Corp. v. Velazquez-Missed Opportunity to Clarify the Legal Framework for Examining the Constitutionality of Government Program Restrictions, 79 Denv. U. L. Rev. 137, 2001
Water Rights Acquisitions and Related Issues, Co-Author, Colorado Eminent Domain, CLE, International Seminar, 2006
Water Rights in Takings Litigation, Co-Author, Colorado Water Law, CLE, International Seminar, 2006
Honors and Awards
American Jurisprudence Awards, International Law, Natural Resources Law, Immigration Law, University of Denver College of Law
Professional Associations and Memberships
Mountain Terrace Homeowner Association in Eagle-Vail, Colorado, Board member, 2008 - Present
Bonnie Brae Neighborhood Association, Zoning Committee Member, 2007 - Present
United State Tennis Association & Colorado Tennis Association, Member
Denver Bar Association
Colorado Bar Association
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