Sander N. Karp Emeritus


  • University of Wisconsin (B.S., Physics and Astronomy)
  • University of Wisconsin (J.D., 1968)

Professional Affiliations

  • Fellow: The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers
  • Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Denver Bar Association
  • National Employment Lawyers Association
  • Colorado Employment Lawyers Association
  • Federal Bar Association

Professional Experience

  • Shareholder/Partner, Karp Neu Hanlon, P.C., Glenwood Springs, Colorado, February 2010-Present
  • Shareholder/Partner, Leavenworth & Karp, P.C., Glenwood Springs, Colorado, May 2000-January 2010
  • Areas of concentration: Civil Litigation
  • Law Offices of Sander N. Karp, Denver, Colorado, 1984-2000
  • Karp & Dodge, 1980-1984
  • Karp, Goldstein & Stern, Denver, Colorado, 1976-1980
  • Law Offices of Rudolph Schware, P.C., 1973-1976
  • Military Law Office, Olongapo, Philippines, and Iwakuni, Japan, 1971-1973
  • Greenberg and Karp, Madison, Wisconsin, 1968-1971
  • Admitted to the Colorado Bar, 1973; Wisconsin Bar, 1968
  • Admitted to practice before various United States District Courts; United States Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, 1969; United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, 1973; United States Supreme Court, 1973
  • Licensed in Colorado, 1973

Presentations & Publications

  • Adjunct Professor, University of Denver School of Law, 1992; Employment Litigation
  • Lecturer on civil litigation, employment and civil rights law at Continuing Legal Education seminars
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