Stephen D. Harris, Of Counsel
Education: Wake Forest University School of Law (J.D., 1993) and Wake Forest University (B.A., 1990).
Memberships: El Paso County and Colorado Bar Associations.
Professional Biography: Colorado Springs Oil & Gas Committee (2012–Present); Organic Seed Alliance Board of Directors (2008–Present); Palmer Land Trust Board of Trustees (2005-2008); Visiting Faculty, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (2005); Colorado Farm & Art Market Cooperative Board of Directors (2003-2006); Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Advisory Board (1999-2005); Managing Partner, Merrill, Anderson, King & Harris LLC (1998-2008); Visiting Faculty, Colorado College (1998–Present); Colorado Springs Trails, Open Space & Parks Working Committee (1997-1999); Colorado Springs Open Space Master Plan Committee (1996-1997); Associate, James L. Merrill, Attorneys at Law (1993-1998).
* Environmental Law.
* Real Estate, Land Use, Zoning & Construction.
* Oil & Gas Leasing.
* Government Accountability Law.
* Complex Civil Litigation.
Personal Information: Steve moved to Colorado Springs from North Carolina following his graduation from law school. He has worked with most of the federal and Colorado environmental laws and devoted substantial time to public service activities. Steve is also the host of The Grass Roots Revival, a weekly radio program on NPR station KRCC, and Director of the MeadowGrass Music Festival, which takes placed over Memorial Day weekend at the beautiful La Foret Conference & Retreat Center in Black Forest. He enjoys hiking with his wife Michele and his two Corgis, Hops and Barley.