Land Use Law
Oil and Gas
Trial and Appeals
Colorado College, B.A., 2003
University of Colorado, J.D., 2006
U.S. District Court, 2007
U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit, 2011
"The IPCC Third Assessment Report, Climate Change 2001: Findings, Criticism, and Lessons for Next Time," Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy 21, 2005;
"The Evolution of Colorado's Recreational In-Channel Diversions," 10 University of Denver Water Law Review 73, 2006.
Southwest Colorado Bar Association
Colorado Bar Association
Phone: (970) 259-8747
Josh Mack practices in a variety of areas within the firm. His practice primarily focuses on civil and criminal litigation in State and Federal Courts, as well as probate and foreclosure law, and real estate transactions. His civil litigation practice is focused on a variety of real property issues, including boundary disputes and easements, adverse possession, oil and gas, mortgages and liens, landlord/tenant and land use.
Mr. Mack assists clients in commercial and residential real estate transactions with issues ranging from contract negotiation, financing, leasing, access, water, and land use.
Mr. Mack was born and raised in Louisiana but attended both college and Law School in Colorado. After graduating from Law School, Mr. Mack served as law clerk to the Honorable Judge Lael Montgomery in Colorado’s 20th Judicial District. Following his clerkship, he joined the firm in 2007.