Mr. Bartlett is a native of Colorado. He has extensive experience in complex transactions involving land, water and business interests. Through his services provided at Fischer, Brown, Bartlett & Gunn, P.C., Mr. Bartlett serves municipalities, developers, and ditch and reservoir companies in water acquisition, development, water planning and real estate matters. Mr. Bartlett also provides qualified intermediary services for tax deferred exchanges.
Mr. Bartlett attended the University of Colorado at Boulder where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree with an emphasis on International Affairs and Latin America in 1990. Mr. Bartlett received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 1993. While attending law school, he was an editor for the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy. He also served as assistant to the legal counsel to United States Senator Hank Brown. Prior to becoming a shareholder in Fischer, Brown, Bartlett & Gunn, P.C. in 2005, Mr. Bartlett practiced with his law firm of Gstalder & Bartlett in Louisville, Colorado for ten years.
He received numerous awards for pro bono work in Boulder County, was a member of Leadership Louisville, and a member of the Boulder County Estate Planning Council. Mr. Bartlett has served as an adjunct professor in the Finance and Real Estate Department at Colorado State University College of Business. He also is a continuing legal education faculty member for the Colorado Bar Association. Mr. Bartlett is currently a member of the Water Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association and serves on the Colorado Water Congress. His advocacy includes providing testimony in front of congressional committees.
For more information, call us at (970) 407-9000, or send Mr. Bartlett an email.