Allan Beezley is a Colorado native who graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1976 and was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 1977. Allan represents national, statewide and local land conservation organizations and governmental entities on land conservation and nonprofit matters. Allan has been involved in nearly 2,000 land conservation transactions since 1991 encompassing several million acres of land. Allan is a frequent presenter on land conservation issues at statewide and national land trust conferences. Allan was a peer reviewer for the Land Trust Alliance publication "Acquiring Land and Conservation Easements" (2009). Prior to founding his own firm in 1995, Allan was western regional counsel for The Nature Conservancy (1991-1995), managing shareholder of Dietze, Davis & Porter, P.C., where he represented three national title insurance companies on title claims and focused on real estate and land use issues (1981-1991), an Assistant Boulder County Attorney (1978-1981), and a Judicial Law Clerk for Judge Edwin Ruland, Colorado Court of Appeals (1977-1978). Allan was the recipient of the Boulder County (CO) Bar Association Ron Porter Community Service Award in 1995, the Boulder Homeless Awareness Week Award in 1993, and the City of Boulder Heart of Boulder Award in 1988 for volunteer services to a variety of community organizations.
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- SEM15: Multiple Landowner Conservation Easements: Challenges for Land Trusts SOLD OUT
- E02: Be Prepared; Don’t be Scared: How Terrafirma Helps Meet Risk
October 26, 2017
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
October 28, 2017
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM