attorney and staff

Background
After receiving her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University, Jane G. Ebisch moved west and received her law degree from the University of Colorado in 1985. She graduated in the top 25% of her law school class, and was licensed to practice law in all Colorado state and federal courts in 1985. She received her license to practice in Arizona in 1996. Ms. Ebisch also is licensed to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court. She was named to the Colorado SuperLawyers list from 2010 through 2017.

Professional and other activities
Ms. Ebisch is actively involved in several aspects of Colorado Bar Association work.

  • She is a member of the Colorado Bar Association and is a Colorado Bar Fellow;
  • She was a member of the Bar's ethics committee for more than fifteen years;
  • She is a member of the Elder Law section and the Probate, Trust and Estate section;
  • As a member of a subcommittee focused on appellate practice, she served on a steering committee in 2010 to establish a program for pro bono (free) appellate representation for indigent individuals, and currently serves as the administrator of that program;
  • She participates as a mentor in mentor-mentee programs sponsored by the Denver Bar Association and the First J.D. Bar Association;
  • Ms. Ebisch is actively involved in the local First Judicial District Bar Association, serving Jefferson County. She served in various officer positions and as its president in 2007-08;
  • Ms. Ebisch was a representative to the Colorado Bar Association Board of Governors, 2008-2010;
  • She is a long-time member of the Colorado Women's Bar Association.

Ms. Ebisch is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. She has published numerous articles in Colorado legal publications relating to appellate practice and ethics.

The Colorado Governor appointed Ms. Ebisch to the First Judicial District Nominating Commission, and she served as a member for six years. The work on the commission involved interview and selection of more than 11 judicial candidates for the district.

Ms. Ebisch has acted as a judge in numerous high school and law school moot court competitions. She received the honor of being named as one of the "Pro Bono Lawyers of the Year" in 1999 by the Metro Volunteer Lawyers Association for on-going representation of an indigent elderly mentally disabled individual.

She is a 2002 alum of the Denver Community Leadership Forum ("DCLF"), a leadership program offered through the University of Colorado Graduate School of Public Affairs. Ms. Ebisch served as a volunteer coach for a group of low-income students eligible for a Daniels Fund Scholarship.

Personal
Ms. Ebisch has been married to writer and author Robert Ebisch for 32 years. She has two children, ages 27 and 23. Her hobbies include hiking and skiing, backpacking, reading, traveling and the Denver Broncos. Her family has hosted several foreign exchange students during the high school year.

JoAnn Greff, Legal Assistant

JoAnn Greff is a college-educated legal professional. She graduated from Northern Colorado University, and was a teacher prior to entering the legal field. She has eight years of experience as a paralegal, and is very familiar with litigation and court procedures.

Areas of Practice
commercial . appeals . elder . employment . probate

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