Jody Alderman Attorney at Alderman Bernstein
Ms. Alderman has practiced eminent domain law and real estate law for more than two decades. During law school at the University of Colorado School of Law, it was the takings clause of the U. S. Constitution, where the power of eminent domain stems, that immediately piqued her interest. As such, her University of Colorado Law Review article focused on the Fifth Amendment’s takings clause. Upon graduating from law school, she found a job at Denver law firm Grimshaw & Harring (now called Spencer Fane) where she could focus on the area of law that so interested her. Ms. Alderman worked at Grimshaw & Harring until 2009, when she and a colleague left to start Alderman Bernstein. At Alderman Bernstein, her practice focuses primarily on eminent domain law, and she also does both transactional and litigation work related to real estate. Ms. Alderman handles contract disputes; quiet title actions and Rule 105 proceedings; Rule 106 appeals of land use decisions; drafting and negotiation of a variety of real estate contracts, leases, easements and other conveyance instruments; and due diligence and closings. She has been selected to Super Lawyers since 2014, has been designated as one of the Best Lawyers in America for Eminent Domain and Condemnation Law since 2007 and she is an AV Preeminent Rated Lawyer by Martindale-Hubbell.

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