Chris Little is an Equity Shareholder with Montgomery Little & Soran.  His practice is focused on complex civil litigation with an emphasis in professional liability defense.  Mr. Little represents attorneys, accountants, architects, real estate agents/brokers, and general contractors in malpractice actions before state and federal courts.  Mr. Little also represents attorneys before the Colorado Supreme Court and its Attorney Regulation Committee.

In 2005-2006, Mr. Little served as President of the Denver Bar Association and President of the Board of the Colorado Defense Lawyer Association.  Mr. Little has also served in the American Bar Association House of Delegates (2002-2008), as a member of the ABA Lawyers Professional Liability Consortium, as a member of the ABLPL Committee (2006-2008), and currently serves on the Colorado Bar Association Professional Liability Committee.  He regularly lectures and publishes in the area of risk management and the avoidance of lawyers' professional liability claims.

Mr. Little is actively involved in various community affairs and philanthropic activities.  He is the past chairperson of the Colorado Bar Association's Public Law Education Committee.  In December 2002, Mr. Little was awarded the Richard Marden Davis Award, an award given by the Denver Bar Association and the law firm of Davis Graham & Stubbs to a lawyer whose practice combines professional excellence and civic responsibility.  In 2001, he was also awarded as the Denver Bar Association's Volunteer Attorney of the Year and received the 40 UNDER 40 Award given by the Denver Business Journal.  Mr. Little has received the highest “AV” rating from Martindale Hubbell since 2001 and has been recognized every year since 2007 by Colorado Super Lawyers, an honor given to no more than 5% of attorneys in Colorado.