Term ends: 12-31-21
Larry Volmert is a retired attorney. He has served on the RIHEL Board for many years and is an alumnus of the first RIHEL Advanced Leadership Training Program class in 1999. He practiced Environmental Law with the firm of Holland & Hart in Denver for more than twenty-five years before retiring, representing clients in the energy, oil and gas, mining and other industries regarding air quality, climate change, water quality, and other environmental matters. His lawyer peers named Larry a Colorado Super Lawyer for many years, specializing in Environmental Law.
After receiving his undergraduate degree from Stanford University and his law degree from the University of California at Berkeley, he practiced law for twenty years in California and Alaska before coming to Colorado.
Larry has been active with various pro bono and community service projects in Colorado, including serving on the Board of the Colorado Lawyers Committee and its Medicaid and disability task forces; chairing the Manual High School Collaborative Decision Making Committee; serving on the Board of a non-profit company that provides jobs to person with disabilities; and doing pro bono work in immigration matters.
Larry enjoys visiting kids and grandkids in Alaska and Washington D.C., traveling when possible, spending time in the beautiful outdoors of Colorado, and reading an eclectic assortment of books.