Courtney Blackburn has a broad transactional practice with substantial real estate experience. She has worked on various transactions with lenders, developers, residential communities, private landowners, the Federal government, and various municipalities. Courtney also has advised clients on a wide range of state and federal regulations.
Courtney has extensive experience reviewing title reports and surveys and providing solutions to cure or mitigate risks associated with various property issues, including restrictive covenants, tax liens, encumbrances, interfering easements, and HOA/planned community compliance issues.
Courtney has acted as counsel to Fortune 100 companies serving as the liaison between in-house legal departments and their local business markets to ensure best practices and to analyze risks to help clients make informed and strategic business decisions.
Courtney is proactive in identifying issues and proposing solutions for clients.
Prior to joining the firm, Courtney was an Associate at Sherman & Howard L.L.C. She also has prior experience working in-house at a large, publicly traded energy company.
California Western School of Law, J.D.
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, B.S.
Professional & Community Activities
American Bar Association, Member
Colorado Bar Association, Member
Urban Land Institute, Member (2017 and 2018)