Terri Harrington, Attorney/ Mediator

Terri Harrington, Attorney/ Mediator

Terri Harrington is a shareholder in the firm of Harrington Brewster and Clein, P.C. Terri has been a criminal, civil and domestic litigator for over 33 years. Terri specializes in divorce representation, conflict coaching, mediation, early neutral evaluation and collaborative law.

For the last ten years Terri has been selected for Martindale-Hubbell’s Bar Register of Preeminent Women Lawyers which honors those women who received the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards from their peers. Terri has also been selected as a Super Lawyer by her peers.

Terri is Past President of the Colorado Collaborative Law Professionals, Past President of the Rocky Mountain Collaborative Law Professionals, Past President of Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee, a member of the executive board of the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, the co-chair of the Colorado Bar Association’s Task Force on the Uniform Collaborative Law Act, a member of International Academy of Collaborative Practice, and the Colorado Council of Mediators.

Terri has studied conflict resolution, and non-adversarial communication since 1997. Terri is a contributing author of Collaborative Law, A New Model for Dispute Resolution, and has published many articles regarding mediation, other forms of dispute resolution and collaborative law.

Terri has been a guest speaker at the law schools at the University of Denver, and the University of Colorado, the Colorado Family Law Institute, and the Colorado Collaborative Law Professionals conferences. She has conducted numerous trainings for attorneys in the areas of mediation and collaborative practice, and is a lecturer for local Continuing Legal Education programs.

Collaborative Law and Mediation Specialist
Past President of Colorado Collaborative Law Professionals
Colorado Bar Association Family Law Executive Council
Past President of Rocky Mountain Collaborative Law Professionals
Past President of Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee
303.831.0808
Harrington, Brewster and Clein, P.C. and The Denver Center for Mediation and Collaborative Law
1623 Washington St
Denver, CO 80203
I believe I was put on this earth to help families through this difficult transition. I am dedicated to conflict resolution and specialize in helping couples divorce in an amicable manner. I practice collaborative law and am a dedicated mediator who helps couples reach full agreement and helps them complete the divorce paperwork. I teach non-adversarial communication, peacemaking for lawyers and mediation skills. I also provide unbundled legal services so that my clients get only the help they need in the most efficient way.

Terri was amazing to work with – her patience and understanding kept me going through a very difficult time. At times I wanted to give up on the collaborative process but she was always able to remind me why I took that path (my children) she was able to empathize with my situation and yet be firm and honest with me when I needed it. Her humor also kept me going through a long difficult mediation process. Her staff was excellent and was always there to answer questions or get me the info I needed. Terri was highly praised by the additional folks we had helping us through the process – counselors and financial people. She was highly respected by the attorney we worked with and I feel the same. I have given her name to many people who have asked for referrals. Terri also has a true commitment to helping children through divorce and strongly believes the collaborative process is the best way for children to thrive after divorce. I have to agree – many people I know have gone through the standard court system and ended up with hard feelings and outcomes they did not want. The collaborative process really helps ensure that everyone agrees on the outcomes and the children are put first in all decisions. As Terri said – ‘It’s like giving birth – you think you can’t stand it anymore and you want to give up and then it’s done.’ The result was worth every moment of pain and suffering. My ex and I are not best buddies but I think we were able to get out of the marriage and recognize the need for us to work together for our kiddos even if our feelings were hurt. Can’t imagine doing it without Terri – thank you Terri.