Tammera L. Wells
Tammera Wells is a native of Boulder, Colorado, and currently serves Of Counsel for the firm's real estate and business groups.
Tammera's real estate clients have included developers of large mixed-use, residential and hospitality projects, and she has served as project manager and primary counsel, working with designated local counsel, on several complex real estate projects nationwide. Her previous real estate transactions have included property acquisition and disposition, project entitlements, creation of master planned communities, condominiums and planned unit developments, public-private partnerships, and conservation easements.
Tammera's business clients have included business owners and investors across multiple industries, including food manufacturing, hospitality, restaurants, internet, multi-media publishing, and local food and farming. She has provided strategic legal and business advice to small and medium sized businesses from the initial start-up phase, through significant growth and strategic capital events, to exit strategies and succession planning.
Her previous business transactions have included entity formation, business acquisition and disposition, commercial contract negotiations, capital raising through private placement of equity, financial restructuring, commercial financing and joint venture investment.
- Stanford Law School, J.D.
- University of Colorado, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration Finance & Accounting
- Honors: Magna Cum Laude
Admittances & Licenses
- State Bar of California
- Supporting the local food movement in Boulder and in Southern California, providing pro bono legal assistance to farmers, local food businesses, and investors
- Assisted Boulder farmers in obtaining federal disaster assistance grant funding following the 2013 flood through the Colorado Department of Agriculture and the USDA Farm Service Agency (2013-2014)
- Slow Money SoCal Leadership Council (2014)
- Boulder County Farmers Market Advocacy Committee (2016)
Tammera enjoys hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park outside of Estes Park, where her parents developed a 1600-acre residential community when she was growing up in Boulder in the 1970s.