Amber Gonzales Named President-Elect of the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association
Amber Gonzales, an associate in Armstrong Teasdale’s Denver office, has been selected to serve as president-elect of the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association (CHBA). Gonzales has been actively involved with the CHBA, the only Latino bar association in Colorado, since law school and has served on the Board of Directors for the past five years, four of them on the Executive Committee.
A member of Armstrong Teasdale’s Litigation practice group, Gonzales focuses primarily on commercial litigation. She has experience handling contract disputes, tort and employment law issues, trademark disputes in both federal court and before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB), as well as drafting dispositive motions, conducting discovery and negotiating client matters. Her experience also extends to representing clients on a variety of pro bono matters.
In addition, she has been active in the firm’s initiatives focused on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and creating engagement opportunities for professionals from all backgrounds. In 2020, the firm launched the Diverse Professionals Group, a resource group which Gonzales co-leads, under the firm’s DEI Department. Gonzales is also a member of Armstrong Teasdale’s Inclusion Committee, which reports to the firm’s Executive Committee on related activities and initiatives. She is also a member of Hispanic National Bar Association and mentors through the Law School... Yes We Can! program. She has served as a volunteer for the CHBA’s Small Business Legal Clinic; as a mock trial volunteer and Denver Legal Nights volunteer for the Colorado Lawyers Committee Hate Crimes Task Force; and as a volunteer for Servicios de La Raza.