Lisha R. Coultrip, Esq.

Ms. Coultrip focuses her practice on estate planning, business transactions, and real estate.  She has represented clients in matters ranging from property line disputes to multi-million dollar corporate litigation.  She joined Banner & Bower, PC in 2019 after ten years of practicing with specialized litigation firms in Colorado Springs and Denver. Ms. Coultrip became a shareholder in the firm in 2021.

Representative Experience

  • Represents clients in estate planning and administration, and heirs in probate disputes
  • Represents a limited partner in a multi-million dollar partnership dissolution and arbitration
  • Represents business owners in debt collection negotiations and litigation
  • Represented a business owner in litigation involving county zoning violations
  • Represented employer in wage claim litigation in federal district court
  • Represented business owner in antitrust litigation in federal district court with competitor
  • Represented business owner in mechanic’s lien litigation
  • Represents business owners in lease negotiations and sub-lease transactions
  • Represents homeowners and homeowners associations in property disputes and covenant enforcement actions
  • Represents landlords in tenant evictions and litigation of damages
  • Represented healthcare organizations in administrative law proceedings defending Medicaid eligibility determinations


  • Commissioner on Colorado’s Tenth Judicial District Nominating Commission (present)
  • Colorado Women’s Bar Association Board of Directors (present)
  • Colorado Bar Association Board of Governors (2011-2018)
  • American Bar Association House of Delegates (2011-2018)
  • Ben S. Wendelken Inn of Court Executive Committee (former)


  • University of Colorado Boulder, Law School, JD 2008
  • Taylor University, BA Communication Studies, Minor Psychology 2000


  • American Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Colorado Women’s Bar Association
  • Alfred A. Arraj Inn of Court (former)
  • Doman International Law Society (former)
  • Ben S. Wendelken Inn of Court (former)