Lacey Bryan concentrates her practice in the areas of commercial bankruptcies and restructurings, creditors’ rights, and commercial litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Lacey served a law clerk for Judge Michael E. Romero of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado and was the Staff Attorney for the Chapter 13 Trustee in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Lacey was also previously in private practice at a boutique law firm in Littleton, Colorado, focusing on bankruptcy and commercial litigation practices.

Represented secured lenders and protected creditor interested in many commercial chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and adversary pleadings.

Represented Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees in a wide variety of bankruptcy matters, including nondischargeability proceedings, fraudulent transfer and preference actions, and objections to claims, and objections to claimed exemptions.

Represented Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee in a real estate ponzi scheme case, assisting in the liquidation of multiple properties, the avoidance of liens, and negotiations with creditors with respect to payments.

Represented Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee in the bankruptcy case of a for-profit college with multiple campuses across the country, assisting in the negotiations with multiple landlords, the liquidation of assets, preference actions, and a lawsuit against the former officers and directors.

Panelist, Executory Contracts in Bankruptcy: How Can We
Get Through This Together (or Not)
, IWIRC On the Vine Conference, November

Panelist, I Got 99 Problems but Fixing my Financial Affairs Ain’t One: Small Business
Reorganization Act of 2019
, Wyoming State Bar Annual Meeting, September 2023

Panelist, Ethics Jeopardy, ABI Rocky Mountain Conference 2023

Presenter, 2021 Bankruptcy Bench-Bar Roundtable, Faculty of Federal Advocates, November 2021

Presenter, Bankruptcy Case Law Update, Colorado Bar Association, May 2019

Pigs, Hogs & Nest Eggs: When Is It ‘Too Much, Too Late’ for Retirement Fund Contributions in Chapter 13?, NACTT Academy Online Publication, May 2016

Presenter, Herbert M. Graves Basic Bankruptcy Seminar, Oklahoma Bar Association, May 2014

Board Member, Mountain/Desert Network, International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation

Co-Chair, Bankruptcy Subsection of Business Law Section, Colorado Bar Association (2021-Present)

Guest Lecturer, University of Tulsa College of Law, Bankruptcy and creditors’ rights course (October 2013, November 2014) 

Member, American Bankruptcy Institute

Member, International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation

Member, Faculty of Federal Advocates

Member, Colorado Bar Association

Member, Oklahoma Bar Association

University of Tulsa, J.D., 2013 (With Highest Honors; Tulsa Law Review Executive Board)

University of North Texas, B.A., 2009

Law Clerk to the Honorable Michael E. Romero, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado

Attorney at Wadsworth Garber Warner Conrardy, PC (Littleton, CO)

Staff Attorney for the Chapter 13 Trustee for the Northern District of Oklahoma (Tulsa, OK)

areas of concentration

Bankruptcy and Restructuring

Commercial Litigation

Creditors’ Rights

Fiduciary Litigation


Awards and Recognition

Super Lawyers Illinois Rising Star, Business Bankruptcy (2016)


Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals

Tenth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel

U.S. District Court, Colorado

U.S. District Court, Wyoming

U.S. District Court, Northern, Eastern, and Western Oklahoma




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