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Kenneth F. Lind

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As a life-long resident of Weld County and a continuing participant in a family farm, Ken has great familiarity and experience with the agriculture, business and professional community in Northern Colorado. His practice focuses on administrative matters, land use, agricultural law, real property, water companies and business law. His clients include banks, farmers and ranchers, ditch and reservoir companies, domestic water companies, small businesses, individuals and special districts.

School Degree Major Graduation
University of San Diego School of Law Law School N/A
University of Colorado N/A N/A N/A
State / Court Date
U.S. Federal Courts 1976 N/A
Colorado 1976 N/A

Service Type:Private


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355 Eastman Park Drive
Suite 200
Windsor, CO 80550

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