Andrew Rosen | Colorado Civil Litigation Attorney
Andrew Rosen has lived and practiced as a civil litigation attorney in Boulder, Colorado, for over 30 years. He has extensive experience representing both clients and businesses, but his first job in the field of law was a law clerk to the Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court where he learned appellate procedure from the inside. He then went into private practice, being a member of Newcomer & Douglas, one of the founding law firms in Boulder, Caplan & Earnest, one of the foremost law firms in the State of Colorado, and eventually joined Skaggs, Stone & Sheehy, where he has been a partner since the mid-1980s. His current firm is the evolution of that practice.
Through the years, he has been involved in a wide array of civil matters, focusing primarily on civil litigation. After over 30 years in the courtroom, Mr. Rosen has now limited his practice to mentoring and consulting on civil and appellate litigation, although he continues to represent existing clients in ongoing matters.
He has extensive knowledge in the area of the Rules of Civil Procedure, having served for a number of years on the Colorado Supreme Court Civil Rules Committee. He has also appeared before the Colorado Court of Appeals and the Colorado Supreme Court, having argued the seminal case of Booth v. University of Colorado, involving the issue of sovereign immunity, before the Supreme Court at the University of Colorado School of Law as a demonstration of appellate practice to law students.
We are pleased to congratulate Mr. Rosen on his retirement after 35 years of practice.
J.D., cum laude, 1979, University of Miami
B.S., 1971, University of Michigan
1979-80: Law Clerk, Chief Justice Paul Hodges, Colorado Supreme Court
1980-85: Associate/Partner, Newcomer & Douglass, Boulder, Co.
1985-87: Partner, Caplan & Earnest, Boulder, Co.
1987-Present: Shareholder and Managing Attorney, Stone, Rosen & Fuller, P.C., Boulder, Co.
1971-76: Secondary Education Teacher, School Dist. #11, Colorado Springs, Co.
1985-86: Instructor in Paralegal Program, Arapahoe Community College
1990: Guest Lecturer in Real Estate Law at University of Colorado Business School
1989-2010: Member, Colorado Supreme Court Civil Rules Committee
1985-Present: CLE lecturer on various topics, including civil rules, garnishment, collection activities, and consumer law