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Education: B.S. in Accounting, Northwest Missouri State University With Honors; J.D., University of Nebraska; LLM in banking and financial law, Boston University
Bar and Courts: Colorado, New York, Nebraska
At Robinson, Waters & O’Dorisio, Anthony L. Leffert is a partner in the firm’s litigation practice group. He represents clients in litigation throughout the United States and regularly has cases in Colorado, New York, California, Texas and Florida. Tony has tried more than 100 jury and court trials.
Tony has more than 25 years’ experience litigating complex business-law, real estate, fraud, construction and white collar criminal cases.
His recent trials include:
Tony was recently inducted as a fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America, an invitation only honor society of experienced trial lawyers.
Tony was a ten-year member of the Colorado Bar Association Ethics Committee. He is a board member of the Golden Back Pack program serving underprivileged children. Additionally, he is a Fellow of the Colorado Bar Foundation, the charitable arm of the Colorado Bar Association, a member of The Faculty of Federal Advocates, a Denver-based organization dedicated to improving the quality of legal practice in Colorado. Tony is actively involved in coaching youth sports and serves as pro bono counsel to Junior Baseball Associations.
Tony graduated from Northwest Missouri State University, with a B.S. in Accounting with honors. He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Nebraska and obtained his LLM in banking and financial law from Boston University, where he was the Senino Award winner. He is admitted to practice law in Colorado, New York and Nebraska.
Tony served as a Federal Prosecutor with the Criminal Division, Fraud Section, in Washington D.C. He reported to Robert M. Mueller, Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division for the prosecution of the Bank of Credit and Commerce, Int., Clark Clifford, Robert Altman case. He was later appointed Deputy Special Counsel to the Attorney General for Financial Institution Fraud and worked as an advisor to Attorney General Janet Reno.