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Natalie Brown, born and raised in Butte, Montana, is a Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice attorney. Natalie graduated with honors from the University of Montana in 1982 and obtained her J.D. in 1986 from the University of Denver.  She was admitted to practice in Colorado federal and state courts that same year.

Beginning in 1986, Natalie has been an active member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association and served on the Board of Directors from 1999-2005.  In 2005 she was elected to serve in a leadership role in CTLA and was Treasurer from 2005-2006, Secretary from 2006-2007; Vice President from 2007-2008; President-Elect from 2008-2009 and President of CTLA from 2009-2010.

In 2004, Natalie was elected by her peers to membership in The American Board of Trial Advocates.  Membership in ABOTA is by invitation only and membership is granted to those lawyers who display skill, civility, and integrity in the practice of law.

In 2007, Natalie was proud to be inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. The American College of Trial Lawyers is an invitation only fellowship of exceptional trial lawyers from the United States and Canada.  The College thoroughly investigates each nominee for admission and selects only those who have demonstrated the very highest standards of trial advocacy, ethical conduct, integrity, professionalism, and collegiality.

In 2010, Natalie was honored to be named Editor’s Choice Best Trial Lawyer by Law Week Colorado. Best Lawyers in America named her Plaintiff’s medical malpractice Lawyer of the Year for Colorado in 2012. Natalie has been listed in Best Lawyers in America from 2005 to the present, has been selected as a Colorado Super Lawyer, 2006 to the present, and Top 50 Women Lawyers in Colorado, 2008 to the present. She received the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association Case of the Year award in 2001 for Preston v. Dupont, 35 P.2d 433 (Colo.2001).

Natalie has participated as a Co-Chair of the Medical Malpractice Committee of Colorado’s Civil Access Pilot Project; Faculty member at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and past speaker at CTLA and CBA Seminars and Conventions. When away from the office, Natalie is a volunteer coach for High School Mock Trial Team.