The City Attorney’s Office serves as the legal adviser to the Mayor, City Council, City Auditor, City Clerk and Recorder and all City departments and agencies; represents and defends the City in legal matters; handles all suits initiated on behalf of the City and County of Denver and any of its departments and agencies; prosecutes violations of City ordinances; and provides counsel to elected officials and client agencies on charter interpretation and reform.
The Denver City Attorney’s Office is soliciting proposals for outside counsel to represent the City and County of Denver in employment and civil litigation matters, including employment litigation, Section 1983 defense, and tort cases.
Interested firms should submit a response to the City’s Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) to the City Attorney’s Office by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 21.
The City Attorney's Office represents the City and County of Denver and does not offer legal advice to its citizens
The Denver City Attorney’s Office is not the custodian of records and does not process CORA requests for other agencies or offices of the City and County of Denver. Please send requests for records in the custody of other agencies or offices to them directly. Recorded documents, including approved contracts, may be requested from the Denver Clerk and Recorder. Criminal justice records may be requested pursuant to the Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act (“CCJRA”) directly from the appropriate law enforcement agency (including the Denver Police Department, Denver Sheriff Department, District Attorney’s Office and City Attorney’s Office Prosecution and Code Enforcement Section). The Denver City Attorney's Office accepts CORA requests for records in its custody at CAO.CORAREQUEST@denvergov.org.
A CORA request received after 3:00pm or any day the agency is officially closed will be considered received on the following working day.
For information regarding fees associated with CORA requests, see C.R.S § 24-72-205(6); City-Wide CORA Fee Policy.