Representing the Spanish Speaking Client
BA, Criminal Justice, University of Texas, San Antonio (1997)
JD, South Texas College of Law, Houston (2000)
JASOC (Judge Advocate Staff Officer’s Course) (2001)
ACSC (Air Staff and Command College) (2013)
Roberto Ramírez is the City of Arvada’s Litigation Counsel and the United States Air Force’s Reserve Chief Senior Prosecutor for the. He splits his time between both jobs.
Roberto received his undergraduate degree at the University of Texas, San Antonio and his law degree at South Texas College of Law, Houston.
Roberto has worked legal issues as an Air Force federal prosecutor, criminal defense counsel, trial consultant, or instructor in Okinawa, Japan, Mainland Japan, South Korea, Africa, Guam, Singapore, Australia, Diego Garcia (Indian Ocean), Colombia, Greenland, Mexico, Hawaii, Colorado, California, New Mexico, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C.
For the City of Arvada, Roberto handles all civil litigation matters for city council, city divisions and departments, and individual employees, including federal and state civil rights, governmental immunity cases, government contracts, personal injury, employment, environmental, tax, land use, political issues, and public utilities.
Roberto is the former chair of the Education Committee for the CHBA, the current chair of the Pro Bono and volunteering Committee for the CHBA, the chair of the Spanish Speaking Lawyers Committee for the Colorado Bar Association, current member of the Court Interpreter Oversight Committee of the Colorado Supreme Court, current member of the Pledge to Diversity Committee, current member of Nuestras Cortes, and a current member of Federal Judge Argüello’s Dream Team.