Mark Ernest Estes Edit Profile
Bachelor, magna cum laude, Ottawa U., Kansas, 1972. Juris Doctor, MLL, U. Denver, 1977. Law librarian, assistant professor of law U. LaVerne, California, 1978-1980.
Librarian Holme Roberts & Owen Limited Liability Partnership, Denver, 1980. Consultant California Institute for Women, Frontera, 1979-1980. Board of directors United States Cycling Federation, 1981-1983.
Executive director, legislation lobbyist Bicycles Now, Denver, 1973-1974. Board chair Colorado Lir. Resource Sharing and Information Access, 1994-1995, active, 1995.
President Bicycle Racing Association Colorado, 1976-1977.
Worked at Holme Roberts & Owen LLP (Denver, Colorado) specializing in General Civil Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Corporations, Real Estate, Securities, Intellectual Property, Natural Resources, Health Care, Tax and Estate Planning, Bankruptcy, Municipal and Finance, Environmental and Hazardous Waste Litigation, Labor and Employment, Banking, Water Rights, Telecommunications, International Business and International Tax. Author: "Efficient Computer Assisted Legal Research," 1 Law Office Computing 104, Winter, 1991.
Instructor: University of Denver College of Law, 1985-1986. University of LaVerne College of Law, 1978-1980. Editor, Trends in Law Library Management & Technology, 1994.
Chair, Colorado Library Resource Sharing and Information Access Board, 1994-1995. Member: American Association of Law Libraries (President, 1992-1993. Chair, Private Law Libraries Special Interest Section, 1990-1991).
Colorado Association of Law Libraries. (Librarian)
Overview: Holme Roberts & Owen LLP was founded in 1898, only 40 years after Denver's birth, by two experienced litigators whose primary clients were railroad and mining companies. Today the firm still represents such interests, among them Southern Pacific Railroad and Newmont Gold Company, but now its lawyers number 180 or more and its clients also include local and national leaders in such industries as telecommunications, banking, corporate finance, health care, electronics and oil and gas.
Executive director, legislation lobbyist Bicycles Now, Denver, 1973—1974. President Bicycle Racing Association Colorado, 1976—1977. Board directors United States Cycling Federation, 1981—1983.
Board chair Colorado Lir. Resource Sharing and Information Access, 1994—1995, active, since 1995. Member American Association Law Libraries (constitution and membership committee since 1980, president 1992-1993, finance long range planning committee 1993-1994, chair government relations committee, task force on value of law libraries 1995-1996, annual meeting program selection committee since 1997), Private Law Libraries (executive board 1982-1983), Colorado Bar Association (law and technical committee 1981-1982), Colorado Consortium Law Libraries (vice president 1980-1981, secretary-treasurer 1976-1977), Southwestern Association Law Libraries (private libraries committee 1981-1982).
Married Elizabeth M. Stever Wrenn, January 16, 1978.