Please contact the Office by email at email@example.com or by telephone at (303) 457-5999. We will do our best to respond within two hours on business days.
Presiding Disciplinary Judge Bryon M. Large, an appointee of the Colorado Supreme Court, is charged with adjudicating lawyer discipline, lawyer disability, unauthorized practice of law, and certain bar admissions cases. A three-member hearing board, presided over by the PDJ, issues decisions on disciplinary and bar admissions matters after a formal hearing. Proceedings before the PDJ are governed by Chapters 18, 19, and 20 of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure, and in particular by C.R.C.P. 242.1 - 243.13. The Office of the Presiding Disciplinary Judge functions as an independent and impartial tribunal for lawyer regulation proceedings, with the twin goals of protecting the public and affording due process of law to respondents.
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Due to damage in the office building at 1300 Broadway in Denver, the Presiding Disciplinary Judge’s courtroom is currently closed to the public. Lawyer discipline and unauthorized practice of law hearings before the PDJ are generally open to the public. Please follow the Hearing Information tab for additional details.
The courtroom is housed in the Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center.
1300 Broadway, Suite 250, Denver, CO 80203
The Court receives filings by email at: email@example.com. The Court will only accept emailed filings at this address. Court staff will also collect mailed pleadings several times per week. Any urgent matters should be identified as such, and the Court will process them forthwith. The Court is unable to accept hand-filed pleadings while the office building at 1300 Broadway is closed to the public. The Court is not equipped to receive filings via the Colorado Courts E-Filing system.