The firm's Santa Fe lawyers offer our clients the value of local experience backed by a firm-wide network of resources.

Renowned for its natural beauty, cultural diversity, art, and architecture, Santa Fe also is the oldest seat of government in the United States, serving as the capital of New Mexico continuously since 1609. 

Our attorneys have extensive experience before administrative agencies and state and federal courts throughout New Mexico, and provide a broad range of legal services which include: oil and gas, labor and employment, natural resources, and Indian law.

3 Lawyers and 2 Practices in Chambers USA: New Mexico

3 lawyers and 2 practices ranked in Chambers USA 2020 (New Mexico), attorneys include: Bradford Berge, Timothy Crisp, and Michael Feldewert

Best Lawyers® "Lawyer of the Year" 2021

Bradford Berge Best Lawyers® 2021 Natural Resources Law “Lawyer of the Year” in Santa Fe
Timothy Crisp Best Lawyers® 2021 Banking and Finance Law “Lawyer of the Year” in Santa Fe
Michael Feldewert Best Lawyers® 2021 Oil and Gas Law “Lawyer of the Year” in Santa Fe

5 Best Lawyers® 2021

5 Santa Fe attorneys recognized in 2021 Best Lawyers®, providing quality, full-service representation - Bradford Berge, Timothy Crisp, Michael Feldewert, Larry Montaño, and Robert Sutphin, Jr.

76: Average Pro Bono Legal Hours/ Attorney

Holland & Hart has a long-standing national reputation as a law firm committed to providing legal and civic pro bono services

Pro Bono Award: Legal Services Corporation

Awarded for commitment to pro bono legal services in New Mexico by the Legal Services Corporation

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