Company: Nadler & Weston
Location: Highlands Ranch, Colorado, United states
Charles Nadler, Attorney at Nadler & Weston, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in legal practice and instruction.
After obtaining Bachelors of Arts in philosophy and sociology from Columbia College in New York in 1962, Mr. Nadler earned an all but dissertation toward a Doctor of Philosophy in philosophy of science in 1969 from Columbia University. He continued his education with a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Iowa College of Law in Iowa City in 1984. Mr. Nadler is admitted to practice in Colorado, Wisconsin, the Northern and Southern Districts of Iowa, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Since 1984, Mr. Nadler has owned the law firm of Nadler & Weston in Highlands Ranch, where he specializes in state criminal defense; federal criminal defense and bankruptcy cases and working for underprivileged citizens in the community. Additionally, he has imparted his knowledge as an adjunct faculty member with Kirkwood Community College from 1984 to 1999, where he taught in the legal assistant and business programs. From 2011 to 2017 he prospered as an adjunct faculty member with the Community College of Denver, where he taught legal environment of business in the Business Administration program. Mr. Nadler has also served as an election judge from 2006 to 2008 and in 2010 and as a Census Bureau enumerator from 2009 to 2010.
Mr. Nadler has been a prolific author on legal issues, publishing “What You Should Know About Bankruptcy Procedure And Litigation” in Fundamentals of Bankruptcy Law and Procedure in Iowa National Business Institute; “Effective Opening Statements,” “Ethics and Professionalism in Criminal Law,” “Dynamic Use of Closing Arguments,” and “Concluding the Trial,” in The Criminal Trial From Start To Finish In Iowa: The Defense National Business Institute; “CJA Voucher Policies ” in Federal Public Defender of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa; “Effective Opening Statements,” “Ethics and Professionalism in Criminal Law,” “Dynamic Use of Closing Arguments,” and “Concluding the Trial” in The Criminal Trial from Start to Finish In Iowa: The Defense National Business Institute.
Among Mr. Nadler’s honors is the Gideon Award from Criminal Defense Bar of Colorado for representing protesters arrested during the 2008 Democratic Convention in Colorado, winning one of the U.S. Supreme Court cases wherein his client was about to be sentenced. His professional memberships include the American Bar Association, Colorado Bar Association, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, American Civil Liberties Union and National Lawyers Guild of Colorado, which he has served as president since 2006.
Mr. Nadler attributes his success to hard work and treating others with respect and dignity. After beginning his career as a college professor and union organizer, he and wife decided to enter the legal profession together as it had always been a long-term desire of hers. They met when he was organizing Kirkwood Community College and his wife was on the faculty and one of the organizers. As a career highlight, he cites founding a listserv system for lawyers, an email system with one email address that lawyers can send to in order to share ideas with other lawyers. It has enabled them, as federal criminal defense lawyers, to gather online and share hints on how to best deal with federal prosecutors.
In the coming years, Mr. Nadler hopes to continue his law practice in order to continue helping others find a solution to their legal problems. Furthermore, creating an ombudsperson’s position for people in independent living in Colorado is something that he hopes to achieve in the future as well. He intends to work to pass legislation governing continuing care retirement communities.
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