Committed to Integrity, Good Works and High Ethical Standards

The Colorado Lobbyists Association is the statewide professional society for Colorado’s lobbyist community. 

Membership in the Colorado Lobbyists Association means you make the strongest possible statement about your professional and ethical values. Your membership in CLA also means you want more Coloradans to avail themselves of the expertise of our members. Our members are committed to integrity, good works and high ethical standards. Our association strives to inform our members of best practices, including professional and public education, in pursuit of their lobbying activities. Join us!

CLA is managed by Legacy Consulting Colorado in partnership with Civica.

Benefits of Membership

Among other things, professional lobbyist members of the Colorado Lobbyists Association members receive:

  • Discounts on or free admission to association events, tbd
  • Access to members-only discussion groups facilitating collaboration between lobbyists
  • Free listings in online directories of our membership
  • Opportunities to network in person and online, outside of the state Capitol
  • Discounts and exclusive opportunities through our sponsorship partners
  • Monitoring and reporting on Secretary of State rulemaking and JBC hearings 
  • Collective advocacy for the professional lobbying industry in Colorado
  • Educaional Sessions on Ethics, Secretary of State Reporting, BidNet RFP guidence, and more
  • The satisfaction of knowing we support high ethical standards for the practice of lobbying in Colorado as well as the growth of the profession
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About Us

The Colorado Lobbyists Association is a professional society open to individuals who are registered as professional or state lobbyists in Colorado and also to individuals, groups and companies who support lobbying and other government-relations activities in the state.

Our activities include:

• Promoting and maintaining high ethical standards in the profession of lobbying
• Working with the legislature and executive branch to develop appropriate laws and rules governing the practice of lobbying
• Promoting the profession with the public, businesses, associations, media, educational institutions and consumer groups

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