Ken Robinson has been a practicing lawyer in the Denver/Boulder area for over thirty years, focusing his law practice on land access, construction law, mechanic’s liens, real estate and collections cases. Before opening his solo practice in Boulder in 1999, he was a partner in the construction law firm of Wells, Love and Scoby in Boulder. His practice as an attorney emphasizes design and construction litigation, construction contracts and documentation, mechanic’s liens, real estate litigation, and real property boundary and access disputes.
Ken is a graduate of the School of Law at the University of Colorado. He holds engineering degrees from both Brown and Cornell universities. As an undergraduate, he was inducted into Tau Beta Pi, the honorary engineering society.
An author and lecturer on the subject of construction law, Ken also handles construction law arbitrations under the auspices of the American Arbitration Association. He is a member of the Colorado Bar, the American Bar Association, the National Society of Professional Engineers, and he is a Registered Professional Engineer (inactive) in the State of Colorado. He holds an AV peer rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
Prior to his legal career, Ken consulted as an environmental engineer.
Off the job, he spends as much time as he can in the mountains, in Maui or dancing Argentine Tango.