Confidentiality

planthandsEstablished by Colorado Supreme Court Rule 254, COLAP cannot release any information without a signed release from the individual the information pertains to. All communications with COLAP are privileged and held in the strictest confidence.

Pursuant to Rule 254(6)(a), Information and actions taken by COLAP shall be privileged and held in strictest confidence and shall not be disclosed or required to be disclosed to any person or entity outside of COLAP, unless such disclosure is authorized by the member of the legal profession to whom it relates. Such information and actions shall be excluded as evidence in any complaint, investigation or proceeding before the Supreme Court Attorney Regulation Committee, the Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Supreme Court, or the Colorado Supreme Court.

When a person contacts the Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program (whether a person is calling for him or herself, or on behalf of a colleague), all interactions are held in strict confidence.


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