Most lawyers take pride in influencing the courts. That may have been true of Bruce “Biff” Warren, principal of Warren, Carlson & Moore LLP in Niwot, but Warren was also so good in other areas that it was named after him. I have named the field. , where Warren coached youth baseball.
Warren will be inducted into the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame on September 15 at a luncheon at the Embassy Suites by Hilton in Boulder. There, he joins his five other individuals or groups as new members of the Hall of Fame.
Warren was born and raised in Clayton, Nebraska and was involved in sports and music. He is the son of an educator and a lawyer. His father, Merritt Warren, graduated from the University of Colorado Law School and served as a district judge in Nebraska for many years, while young Warren earned his bachelor’s degree and law degree from the University of Nebraska. He graduated with honors.
He opened a law firm in Niwot in 1975 and founded the Left Hand Valley Courier newspaper, where he is still editor-in-chief.
His interests include Niwot’s community, including Niwot Business Association, Niwot Youth Sports, Niwot Community Association, Niwot High School Education Foundation, Niwot Local Improvement District Advisory Committee, Boulder County Planning Commission, Frasier Meadows Retirement Community, and Boulder County United Way. problem is included. Foundation.
And they were in the past.
Today, he serves as president of the Niwot Cultural Arts Association, secretary of Via Mobility Services Inc., secretary of Niwot Baseball Inc., co-chairman of the Niwot United Methodist Church Council, co-manager of the Rock & Rails summer concert series, and construction committee member. I’m here. He is the president of Niwot Children’s Park and the coordinator of the Niwot Community Semi-Marching Free Grange Band.
He received the Public Service Award from the Colorado Bar Association in 1993, the John Marshall Award from the Boulder County Legal Service in 2009, and has been a volunteer for 47 years.
His journalism earned him the 2018 Best Sports Column Writing Award from the Colorado State Press Association.
He has been the assistant baseball coach at Niwot High School since 2002, the same year the sports complex was named after him.
He also practices law specializing in estate planning, business contracts, corporate law, probate, and real estate.
A profile posted on the Niwot Business Association website advertises the friendly nature of his law firm. “We are dedicated to creating a friendly and welcoming environment for our clients, from the baseball memorabilia on our walls to the seasonal holiday cards we send each year. Sometimes I wear a suit, but I can’t wear a suit around the office.”
Warren and his wife Susan have raised three children and adopted children.
Tickets for the HOF event are $65 for individuals and $520 for tables of 8 and are available here.
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