The law firm of Winzenburg, Leff, Purvis & Payne, LLP is proud to announce that Molly Foley-Healy has been admitted to the College of Community Association lawyers. Molly is now one of fewer than 150 lawyers nationwide to be admitted to this prestigious organization, and joins Mark Payne as the firm’s second CCAL member. CCAL was established in 1993 by Community Associations Institute (CAI), with membership limited to attorneys who have distinguished themselves through contributions to the evolution and practice of community association law. CCAL members are also recognized for their commitment to high standards of professional and ethical conduct.
Molly has dedicated a substantial portion of her career to the representation of common interest communities, including her role as the Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Community Associations Institute. In that capacity, Molly was the chief lobbyist for CAI National and helped legislative action committees around the country craft proactive legislation to further the interests of community associations and the individuals who reside in them, and to address onerous legislation. Most recently, Molly chaired the Legislative Action Committee for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of CAI. Molly provides general counsel to community associations including the review and amendment of governing documents; drafting and revising responsible governance policies; reviewing, amending and negotiating contracts; providing legal opinions on maintenance and insurance responsibilities and assisting directors of self-managed communities in understanding and carrying out their fiduciary duties. Molly is committed to a preventative approach to community association law that focuses on problem-solving and sound governance techniques. Her admission to CCAL is further evidence of her dedication to the representation of Colorado common interest communities.