L. Richard (Dick) Bratton

L. Richard (Dick) Bratton: Attorney with Hoskin Farina & Kampf Professional Corporation AV stamp icon
Attorney Awards


Recipient: Wayne N. Aspinall Leadership Award, 2002; University of Colorado Law Alumni Lee Knous Award, 2011; Club 20, John Vanderhoof Award, 2011; President's Award, Colorado Foundation for Water Education, 2009. President, Colorado Water Congress, 1975. Chairman of Board of Trustees, State Colleges of Colorado, 1963-1975. Chairman, Upper Colorado River Commission, 2002-2010.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Water Law
  • Agricultural Law
  • Natural Resources Law
  • Real Estate Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
970-641-4531  Phone
970-641-4532  Fax
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 40, Grand Junction, CO 81502
University Attended:
JD; Western State College, B.A., 1954
Law School Attended:
University of Colorado at Boulder, LL.B., 1957
Year of First Admission:
1957, Colorado
Agricultural and Rural Law Section; Environmental Law Section; Natural Resources & Energy Section; Real Estate Law Section; Trust & Estate Section; Water Law Section

Peer Reviews

  • 5.0/5.0
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Grand Junction, Colorado

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