Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP is proud to announce that Eric Hall has assumed the position of president of the El Paso County Bar Association for 2014-15. Hall was elected last year and has been functioning as president-elect since then. He succeeds Yolanda Fennick and will serve a one-year term.
“Yolanda has demonstrated exceptional commitment to the El Paso County Bar Association and an unwavering dedication to the Pikes Peak region,” said Hall. “I look forward to continuing to promote the Bar Association and its programs to engage the uniquely rich legal community here in the heart of Colorado.”
Hall has been an active member of the El Paso County Bar Association for more than a decade, having previously held the positions of membership chairman, trustee and website committee chair.
Hall represents private and public schools – especially charter schools – as well as religious institutions in all legal matters. His practice also focuses on complex civil litigation at the trial and appellate levels.
Hall is listed in the 2015 edition of Best Lawyers in America© in the area of First Amendment Law and was named a "Lawyer of the Year" in the 2014 edition of Best Lawyers in America© in the same area. He is also listed in the 2012-2014 editions of Colorado Super Lawyers® for commercial litigation (defense) and was selected to "Rising Stars" by Colorado Springs Business Journal in 2008, in addition to other recognitions.
About the El Paso County Bar Association
The El Paso County Bar Association is the principal professional association for attorneys in the Pikes Peak Region and has been serving the local legal community since 1902. The Bar Association’s mission is to provide legal information and services to its members and to promote respect for the law and the legal profession by the public. The Bar Association offers extensive Continuing Legal Education opportunities and social and networking events for attorneys, and numerous outreach programs for the public. Learn more at http://www.elpasocountybar.org/.