Clint C. Waldron


Mr. Waldron practices in the areas of local government, special taxing districts and public finance, and serves as general counsel to local governments across the State of Colorado. Mr. Waldron advises clients on a wide range of local government issues including the formation and operation of special taxing districts, public meeting and open record laws, and election law. He also advises boards of directors and real estate developers on the relationship and structure of owner associations and related covenant enforcement and architectural review entities. Mr. Waldron has represented local governments in the restructuring and issuance of over $400 million in general obligation and revenue debt.

Educations and Honors

  • J.D. Wake Forest University School of Law, 2005
  • B.A. Criminal Justice, Weber State University, 2001, Summa Cum Laude

Professional Activities

  • Parker Jordan Metropolitan District, Board Member

Communty Activities

  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Missionary, Lisbon, Portugal 1996-1998
  • Eagle Scout