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Butler Snow Attorney Martina Hinojosa is Part of Colorado Lawyers Committee ‘Team of the Year’ Nomination

Butler Snow is pleased to announce the Colorado Lawyers Committee’s Taylor Ranch Litigation Task Force has been nominated for “Team of the Year” – and attorney Martina Hinojosa is a member of the team.

Founded in 1978, the Colorado Lawyers Committee is a nonpartisan consortium of 75 Colorado law firms dedicated to creating and increasing opportunities for children, the poor and other disadvantaged communities through advocacy, negotiation and litigation. The Committee has 23 active projects in the areas of poverty and public benefits, civil rights and criminal law, children’s rights and education, community development and immigration.

The Committee hosts an annual awards luncheon to honor the law firms and individual volunteers who have made significant contributions to the community through Committee projects. The 2019 awards luncheon will be held May 2 at the Hyatt Regency Denver Convention Center.

“We are proud of Martina for her continued dedication to improving community,” said Donald Clark, Jr., chairman of Butler Snow. “She is an exceptional leader in our firm, and we are excited to see her continue this strong leadership in the community.”

Hinojosa is a member of Butler Snow’s public finance, tax incentives and credit markets group. She serves as bond counsel, special counsel, disclosure counsel and underwriter’s counsel in a wide range of financings, including general obligation bonds, certificates of participation, sales tax revenue bonds, enterprise revenue bonds, tax increment revenue bonds, lease purchase transactions and letters of credit. Hinojosa also serves as appellate counsel to consortia of local governments on matters impacting public finance policy. She was recognized by Law Week Colorado as an Up and Coming Lawyer in 2016 and by the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association as an Outstanding New Hispanic Lawyer in 2017.

Hinojosa is a member of the American, Colorado Hispanic, Colorado Women’s and Colorado LGBT Bar Associations. She received her bachelor’s degree from Rice University, her masters of education from Harvard University and her Juris Doctor from the University of Colorado.