Lawrence B. Leff
Larry Leff, an attorney since 1974, became the litigation partner with Jim Winzenburg and co-founded The Law firm of Winzenburg & Leff in 1979. The firm has now evolved into Winzenburg, Leff, Purvis and Payne. Larry has been active in the American, Colorado, Denver, and Arapahoe County Bar Associations, the Plaintiff and National Employment Lawyers Associations, the Colorado Labor Law Forum, the American and Colorado Trial Lawyers’ Associations, and the American Inns of Court. His practice has covered many different homeowners association issues over the years, ranging from assessment collection and covenant enforcement to numerous construction related matters such as mechanics liens and complex construction litigation. His practice is concentrated on employment law issues and litigation: he defends against wrongful termination lawsuits and other employment issues for homeowner associations.
Larry was born and raised in Chicago. He did his undergraduate work at St. Louis University, and received his AB in History. Upon graduation, he joined the Peace Corps and served as a rural health volunteer in central Thailand. After his tour was up, he returned to St. Louis and taught high school history for two years. He then enrolled in Washington University, St. Louis, in the law and social work schools, and received a joint MSW-JD degree.