Mark H. Boscoe

Special Counsel

Practice Areas

With more than 35 years of a broad and diverse practice, Mark has assisted individuals and businesses, both large and small, with a myriad of legal issues spanning the areas of real estate acquisition, development and sale, leasing and lending, business formation, general taxation, estate planning and business succession, and general corporate representation.  He has had the opportunity to spend his career working in both a large international law firm as well as in highly respected mid-size law practices.

His approach has been one of a “general practitioner” who has developed specialized knowledge to counsel his clients. Paired with the added benefit of having spent his formative years working in a successful Denver family business, Mark has gained useful perspectives on the challenges that face both the entrepreneur and any business in all phases of its growth.

Professional History

  • High School Instructor 2003-2004
  • University of Denver College of Law, Adjunct Professor of Law 1995-2000
  • CLE International 1997-2001
  • Lorman Educational Service 1997-2001
  • Rocky Mountain Land Institute 1997-2001


  • Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, Clerk to the Hon. William E. Doyle, 1981-1982


  • University of Denver College of Law, LL.M. (Taxation) 2005
  • University of Colorado at Denver, course work completed towards M.Ed. 2005 (no degree)
  • University of Denver College of Law, J.D. (class ranking, first; Order of St. Ives) 1981
  • University of Colorado at Denver, B.A. 1978 (with honors)

Bar Admissions

  • State and Federal Courts of Colorado

Professional Memberships

  • Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society, President
  • Selection Committee for Denver Jewish Film Festival, Chairman
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Denver Bar Association
  • Denver Bar Association Real Estate Section Council 2008-2011
  • Denver Bar Association Ethics Committee 1989-2001
  • Denver Bar Association Ad Hoc Partnership Laws Committee 1994-1997