Attorney Beth Klein, a co-founder of Klein Frank, P.C. in Boulder, has joined the Colorado Bar Association (CBA) Board of Governors. She was selected as the personal representative of the local Pitkin County bar.
Beth is considered a leader in her field as well as a role model for other legal professionals both far and wide. In her new role acting within the CBA Board of Governors, she can put both her extensive practice experience and reputation to good use. Part of her responsibilities as the local Pitkin County representative will be to act as a liaison between legal professionals in the area and the Colorado Board Association, so her networking and people skills should prove essential as well.
Overall, the Colorado Bar Association is dedicated to the promotion of justice, diversity, and inclusion within all of the state’s legal circles and communities. It was founded to help promote up-and-coming and veteran legal professionals from all walks of life while also giving them opportunities to better their practice. As more and more attorneys refine their talents, the people of Colorado can enjoy expanded access to highly skilled and compassionate representatives. If you recognize the name Klein Frank P.C., then you know that our personal mission as a law firm lines up well with this goal, too, so it really does seem that Beth was a perfect fit in this new role.
We want to take this time to congratulate Attorney Klein on this recent selection and to wish her the best in it. We also want to thank everyone who helped make this selection possible, including the members of the Colorado Bar Association Board of Governors.
For more information about the CBA, you can click here to visit the organization’s official website. The full list of the CBA Board of Governors members and representatives can be accessed by clicking here. To learn more about Attorney Beth Klein or what we do here at Klein Frank, P.C., please feel free to contact our firm at any time.