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MEMBER PROFILE: Matt Railey

 
Colorado mediator Matt Railey
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Matt Railey
JAG Inc.
1601 Blake St, Suite 400
Denver, CO 80202

Tel: (303) 572-1919
Fax: (303) 571-1115
Email: Click for email
www.jaginc.com

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ONLINE APPOINTMENT SCHEDULING



Calendar Last Updated: 17 Aug 17

 

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All such requests will go immediately to
Matt Railey's scheduling staff
(Ellen Mauro, emauro@jaginc.com)

 

ADR SERVICES

 
ADR Services:
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CASE EXPERIENCE

 
Matt Railey has experience in the following areas of Civil Law:
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PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION

Biographical Notes:

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Former Chief Fourth Judicial District Court Judge Matt Railey joined the professional staff of arbiters at JAG in 1994. Railey first served on the bench as a part-time Municipal Judge for the City of Colorado Springs, and was then appointed to the El Paso County bench. He became a Fourth Judicial District Judge in 1979, where he presided over civil, criminal, domestic, probate, and juvenile cases and served for three years as Presiding Juvenile Judge. From 1991 to 1994 he was Chief Judge of one of the largest judicial districts in Colorado. Railey has a keen interest in computers and on-line information transfer, and was extensively involved in the computerization of the Fourth Judicial District and the Colorado State Judicial System.

Following law school, Railey served in the Judge Advocate General Corps of the United States Army for five years, primarily as Defense Counsel in Courts Martial cases. His time with the U.S. Army included service with the 173rd Airborne Brigade at Landing Zone English, Republic of Vietnam, and he is the recipient of two Bronze Stars. Railey was one of ten national advisors to the Agent Orange Class Assistance Program in Washington, D.C., and was also selected to receive training in the United States government's arbitration program created to resolve disputes arising from the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack.

Education:

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  • Colorado College, B.A. Chemistry, 1964
  • University of Colorado School of Law, J.D., 1968

Languages

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English, German

Memberships & Affiliations:

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  • Judicial Advisory Council Board Member, National Veterans Legal Services Program, Washington, D.C. (1997-2004)
  • Co-Chair, Colorado State Commission on Judicial Performance (1996-2001)
  • Chairman, Mayor’s Committee on Municipal Judges Complaint System (1996)
  • Chairman, Colorado Supreme Court Committee on Rules for Referees (1990)
  • Member School District 11 Student Performance and Achievement Task force (1988-94)
  • Agent Orange Class Assistance Program, Washington, D.C. (1987-96)
  • Colorado Supreme Court Task Force on Gender Bias (1988-90)
  • President, Historic Property Alliance, Colorado Springs (1985-87)
  • President, Community Corrections of the Pikes Peak Region, Inc. (1978-84)
  • Chairman and member, Colorado Bar Association
  • Committee on Courts of Limited Jurisdiction (1974 to 1981)


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