Stephen C. Larson
Stephen C. Larson, formerly with the national firm of Popham Haik Schnobrich and Kauffman, Ltd., focuses his practice in the areas of water, real estate and commercial law. Mr. Larson joined Johnson & Repucci LLP in 2000, and was admitted as a Partner in 2004.
Mr. Larson counsels clients concerning water rights purchase and sale transactions; water title evaluations; water and ditch disputes; and represents clients in Water Court adjudications of surface, storage and alluvial ground water rights, water supply plans, and changes of water rights. Mr. Larson’s water law practice also involves permitting and adjudications of Denver Basin groundwater and Designated Ground Water.
In the context of his real estate and commercial law practice, Mr. Larson assists clients with an array of commercial real estate transactions and leases, commercial construction and other contracts, company formation and litigation.
A product of the Midwest, Mr. Larson was born in Omaha, Nebraska, grew up in Kansas City, Missouri, and received B.A. degrees, cum laude, from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. Mr. Larson received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Denver College of Law in 1993, graduating with numerous academic distinctions.
Mr. Larson is the appointed Designated Member for the City and County of Broomfield on the South Platte Basin Roundtable and in that capacity has been actively involved in the roundtable’s contribution to the Colorado Water Plan, which is anticipated to be finalized by 2016. Mr. Larson also sits on the South Platte Basin Roundtable’s Water Supply Reserve Account Needs Committee; and serves as a water law and policy advisor to a current Colorado State legislator. Mr. Larson is a member of the Colorado Water Congress and the Colorado Foundation for Water Education. Mr. Larson is a member of the Colorado, Denver and Boulder County Bar Associations and a former member of the William E. Doyle American Inn of Court (Denver). Mr. Larson is a past Co-Chair of the Real Estate Section of the Boulder County Bar Association.
Mr. Larson has volunteered extensively in organizations serving the youth of Boulder County, including coaching nine years for Colorado Youth Soccer Association member Trebol Soccer Club; General Counsel to Peak to Peak Charter School for ten years; a former Director of Attention Homes in Boulder, which provides shelter and counseling for at-risk adolescents; and a former Director of Glory Community, which serves developmentally disabled adults.
Mr. Larson has been a resident of Boulder and Broomfield Counties since 1987. He resides in Broomfield, Colorado with his wife and two daughters.