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About the Office of Legislative Legal Services

The Office of Legislative Legal Services is the non-partisan, in-house counsel for the Colorado General Assembly and writes laws, produces statutes, reviews administrative rules, comments on initiated measures, and serves as a resource of legislative information for the public. The Office of Legislative Legal Services is under the direction of the Committee on Legal Services.

The Office of Legislative Legal Services is committed to customer service, professional competence, and the highest standards of integrity. Our vision is to serve the Colorado General Assembly and the citizens of the state, providing these services with excellence, to forward the cause of effective self-government.

It is important to note, the Office of Legislative Legal Services is neither authorized nor allocated the resources to provide legal advice or counsel to private citizens. As legal counsel to the Colorado General Assembly, the Office of Legislative Legal Services is responsible for providing legal advice to the legislature as an organization, but does not serve as legal counsel or advisor to individual citizens. (See also the Position Statement on Attorney-Client Relationship.)

Sharon Eubanks, Director
Message from the Director

We hope the information on the Office of Legislative Legal Services website is helpful to you. You can find information on legislation from the current and past sessions and written materials on a variety of legislative legal topics. Contact information for our staff is located on the webpage as well. If you have any questions about legislation or the legislative process, please call us at 303-866-2045 or visit our main office located in Room 091 of the State Capitol Building.

Pursuant to HJR20-1007, the Second Regular Session of the 72nd General Assembly is Temporarily Adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Monday, March 30, 2020. 

COVID-19 Resources

Temporary Guidelines for Review and Comment Meetings

The legislature will meet in limited session on Monday, March 30th. The Capitol will be open for the duration of the session for those with essential business related to the session. The building will not be available for public tours. People without essential business are encouraged to access the session through the General Assembly website and Colorado Channel.  Anybody with essential business related to the session will be required to practice appropriate social distancing measures.