lisa c. willcox
Lisa Willcox joined Hutchinson Black and Cook in 2017, after spending two summers with the firm as a summer associate. Her practice focuses on estate planning, probate and trust administration, as well as estate, gift, and income tax planning for families and individuals, and the administration of uncontested guardianships, conservatorships, and decedent's estates.
During law school Lisa interned for the Honorable Gail Nichols in Colorado's 9th Judicial District Court in Aspen, Colorado. She also worked as a research assistant for Professor Andrew Schwartz and as a Teaching Assistant for Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy.
Prior to law school, Lisa worked as a project manager and business analyst for software development, as well as providing technical writing support for project reports.
Outside of work, Lisa enjoys spending time exploring the Colorado mountains, including family hikes, downhill skiing, and day trips to State and National Parks. On Saturdays in the fall, Lisa and her family can be found in maize and blue, cheering for her alma matter.
University of Colorado School of Law, J.D., 2016
Emphasis in Taxation
Order of the Coif
Member, University of Colorado Law Review
University of Michigan, B.A. with High Distinction, English and Economics, 2009
Bar Admissions / Clerkships
Memberships / Awards
Colorado Bar Association
Secretary, Trust and Estate Section, New Lawyer’s Subcommittee, 2017-2019
Young Lawyer’s Representative, Trust and Estate Section, 2018-2019
Boulder County Bar Association
Co-Chair, Tax, Estate Planning & Probate Section, 2018-2020
Recipient, Colorado Bar Association Taxation Section Scholarship, 2015-2016
Recipient, Chayet & Danzo, LLC Elder Law Scholarship, 2015-2016 and 2014-2015
Recipient, Dufford & Brown Legal Writing Scholarship, 2014-2015