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Katie Cooperman


555 17th Street, Suite 3200, Denver, CO 80202

Katie develops sophisticated wealth transfer and legacy planning solutions for high net worth individuals and businesses.

She helps clients implement their philanthropic goals and advises charities and other nonprofit entities concerning federal tax issues. Katie takes the time to understand each client's short- and long-term goals and leverages her extensive tax background to create and implement strategies that serve her clients’ needs.

Katie typically represents individuals, trusts, closely-held businesses, tax-exempt, and nonprofit entities.

Before joining Holland & Hart, Katie earned her LL.M in Taxation at Northwestern University and practiced for six years in the real estate group at Hogan Lovells and Sidley Austin.

Client Results

Pro Bono Experience
  • Before joining Holland & Hart, some of Katie’s legal representations include:

    • Volunteered for Chicago Wills for Heros Foundation, which provides free estate planning services to first responders in Chicago
    • Represented the Girl Scouts of Great Chicago and Northwest Indiana in connection with several leasing and sales transactions
    • Assisted in the representation of a Nigerian LGBTQ individual in connection with his application for asylum to the United States
    • Represented the Jewish Community Centers of Denver in connection with the acquisition, development, and redevelopment of property in Denver


Bar Admissions


  • Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America™, Trusts and Estates, 2023
  • Federal Taxation Committee of the Chicago Bar Association Award, 2012

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • American Bar Association, Section of Taxation, Member
  • Colorado Bar Association, Member
  • Impact Denver, Class of 2016

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