Carime A. Lee
Carime holds an LL.M. in real property development and assists clients with construction liens and contracts, real estate and land use, business, real property development, leases, estate planning and probate, homeowners associations, and a variety of transactional matters. With her multi-cultural background and Spanish fluency, she serves and welcomes clients who prefer to do business in Spanish.
As a native of Colombia, Carime learned quickly how to adapt to new challenges. Carime has lived throughout the State of Florida where she attended Florida State University and Ave Maria School of Law. Soon after graduating from law school Carime and her husband set out to Colorado on a new adventure. Moving to Colorado and being near the beautiful Rocky Mountains was a dream of theirs since their first visit in 2007 on a spring break snowboarding trip.
Carime joined West Huntley Gregory in 2018 and enjoys working with construction contractors, real estate entrepreneurs and small business owners with preparing business documents, advising with respect to a variety of business matters, assisting them with contract negotiations and advocating for them in disputes. Carime has also represented individuals and businesses in resolving tax delinquencies at the county, state and federal level.
Carime is active in the Summit County community through her work with Mountain Dreamers where she helps raise awareness regarding the struggles that immigrants face and address other equity issues impacting minorities in our community. Carime is active in the Colorado Women’s Bar Association where she manages their blog, The 1891. In her free time you can find Carime skating with her husband and three huskies in the summer months or enjoying some fresh powder in the winter.
University of Miami School of Law, LL.M., 2019
Ave Maria School of Law, J.D., 2014
- Cum Laude
- Phi Alpha Delta
- Ave Maria Law Review, Publications Manager 2013 – 2014