Curran A. Trick
Curran is a Colorado native with deep family roots in rural northern Colorado in the North Park area. She grew up in a multi-generational ranching family and is familiar with the unique struggles associated with rural land issues. Curran graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2012 and has been a practicing attorney since. She has prior experience in areas involving natural resources issues, including land use, oil and gas law and water law. She enjoys representing rural clients, agricultural clients and small businesses throughout northern, northwestern, and northeastern Colorado. Curran currently serves as a Board Member on the Colorado Water Conservation Board representing the North Platte Basin.
Outside of the office, Curran is an avid reader and enjoys spending time on her family ranch in Jackson County.