Volunteer Attorney Registration

Colorado Attorneys for the Arts (CAFTA) works to connect potential creative clients with volunteer attorneys in our database. CAFTA volunteer attorneys represent a wide range of practice areas and legal expertise. Registering as a CAFTA volunteer attorney is not a commitment to take on a particular matter or client. It means you will be notified about pro bono opportunities and you can offer assistance based on your expertise, availability and interests.

  • General Information

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  • Practice Areas

  • Insurance Information

  • CBCA carries professional liability insurance that covers attorneys acting in a professional capacity performing pro bono legal services on behalf of a client referred through CAFTA. This coverage shall be primary and all other insurance shall be considered excess thereto. If you’d like a copy of this policy, please contact CAFTA@cbca.org.
  • Membership & Participation

  • CBCA is a membership-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. If you are an individual CBCA Member or an employee of a law firm that is currently a CBCA Member, you are eligible to participate in CAFTA. If you or your company is interested in becoming a CBCA Member, please contact main@cbca.org. CBCA requests all non-member volunteer attorneys pay a nominal registration fee of $20 to process their initial application. This one-time administrative fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • Demographics

    This section is optional but encouraged. It is important for CAFTA to ensure the program is inclusive, accessible and equitable. This information has no impact on your registration and will not be shared externally.
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