Christopher W. Fry, Attorney
Christopher Fry is committed to ensuring you receive competent legal representation, no matter what your legal issue. Mr. Fry has practical experience in resolving a wide variety of criminal and civil legal matters. Prior to starting The Fry Law Firm, LLC, Mr. Fry worked with several small and mid-sized law firms in Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins, Colorado, in the areas of criminal, natural resource, civil money claim, and family law.
Mr. Fry received his law degree from the University of Colorado Law School (J.D.). He has a B.A. from Columbia University in the City of New York, where he earned a double major in Economics and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures. Prior to entering law school, Mr. Fry worked as a strategic business consultant for a number of Fortune 500 companies. During law school, Mr. Fry earned academic awards for his natural resource work and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Colorado Journal of International and Environmental Law and Policy, (now the Colorado Natural Resources, Energy & Environmental Law Review). Mr. Fry also participated in the Criminal Defense Law Clinic while at CU.
Mr. Fry believes in giving back to his community and is an active volunteer in several non-profit organizations. Mr. Fry currently serves as a Member of the Board of Directors for The Growing Project, a Fort Collins based 501(c)(3) organization. Mr. Fry has held various leadership positions on the Board over the past ten years.
The Firm was recognized by the Colorado Supreme Court for providing over 40 hours of pro-bono services to low income clients in 2016 and 50 hours in 2017 and 2018.
National Judicial College, Hydrologic Modeling Benchbook: Dividing the Waters (Christopher W. Fry & Dan Luecke, eds. 2010).
Christopher W. Fry, ed., Copenhagen 2009: Hopes, Expectations, and Beyond – A Policy Perspective from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, (Carnegie Endowment,December 2009), Internal Publication.
Christopher W. Fry, Note, Harvesting the Sky: International and Domestic Wind Energy Development, 19 Colo. J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 427 (2008).
Christopher Fry & Amy Seneshen, Colorado Water Court Decision Requires State Engineer to Regulate CBM Operations, The Rocky Mountain Landman (Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen, Denver, CO, Sept. 2007).
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