Lawrence, Jones, Custer & Grasmick LLP is now Lawrence, Custer, Grasmick, Jones & Donovan LLP with the Departure of P. Andrew Jones.
The law firm, Lawrence Jones Custer & Grasmick, LLP (LJCG), located in Johnstown, Colorado at the corner of I-25 and Highway 34, has changed its name to Lawrence Custer Grasmick Jones & Donovan LLP (Lawrence-Custer), the firm announced October 1, 2020. Andy Jones, one of the Founders of LJCG in 2011, has left the firm to begin another venture and has established his own practice, The Law Office of P. Andrew Jones, in Windsor, Colorado, as of October 1, 2020.
The attorneys and staff of Lawrence-Custer thank Andy for his contributions to the firm over the many years and wish him the best in his new endeavors.
LJCG was founded in 2011, specializing in Colorado water rights law under the leadership of Kim Lawrence, who retired in 2018 after more than 30 years of practice as a Colorado water rights attorney. Lawrence-Custer will continue to practice water law from its office in Johnstown. The firm’s new name reflects the remaining partners, Bradley C. Grasmick, David P. Jones, and Ryan M. Donovan. The firm name also reflects retired partners, Lawrence, and Kelly Custer who retired in 2019. Associate Wesley Knoll and Of Counsel, Sheena M. Moran, will continue in this practice as an associate attorney and contract attorney, respectively.
“The new firm name pays homage to its roots while positioning it for a long and successful future,” said Brad Grasmick, who teamed up with Lawrence, Custer and Andy Jones upon graduation from the University of Colorado in 2003.
“We changed our name, but we are not changing our dedication to our clients or our commitment to providing outstanding legal services,” said Grasmick. “Our clients look to us for advocacy and strategic support, and we will continue to exceed their expectations.”
The Colorado Lawyer – November 2020 issue.
Colorado Water Resource Websites
The following are links to Colorado water resource websites that may be of interest to those seeking information or a better understanding of Colorado water law and policy, as well as current local and state-wide water issues.
– Colorado Division of Water Resources
– Colorado Supreme Court
– Water Court Forms
– Colorado Water Courts
– Colorado Water Conservation Board
– Colorado Ground Water Commission
– Colorado Interbasin Compact Committee and Round Tables
– State Water Plan
– Colorado General Assembly
– Coyote Gulch Blog – Water News
– Colorado Water Institute at Colorado State University
– Colorado Water Institute Links Page
– Colorado Foundation for Water Education
– Colorado Water Law for Non-Lawyers
– Colorado Water Congress
– University of Denver Water Law Review