Brian Colón in a dark blue suit jacket with a light pink button-up and a patterned blue tie

Brian Colón

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Brian Colón is the Managing Partner at Singleton Schreiber’s New Mexico offices: Albuquerque, Las Vegas, Los Lunas, Ruidoso, and Albuquerque. Brian brings more than twenty years’ experience as a practicing attorney to help lead the firm’s New Mexico efforts in the areas of wrongful death, personal injury, medical malpractice, inadequate security, products liability, environmental law, insurance bad faith, and transactional negotiations. Brian also has vast relationships with local, state, and federal elected officials that will assist individuals and organizations with their various needs.

As former New Mexico State Auditor, he has over 30 years of professional experience and
community service with an accessible, servant-leader style committed to his professional career, volunteer work, fundraising in the non-profit sector, and public service. Recently as State Auditor of New Mexico, his remarkable work included establishing an oversight and accountability unit to protect individuals who are in conservatorships, initiated the first compliance audit for State of NM facilities regarding ADA requirements in parking lot design and building access with findings that led to remediation at surveyed sites, and had the largest recovery in the history of the NM State Auditor’s Office of over $13M in funds overcharged to NM seniors by insurance intermediaries.

With a wide background of service to New Mexico communities, Brian has been named one of New Mexico’s Power Brokers by the New Mexico Business Weekly, 2022 Community Champion of the Year by Chicanos Por La Causa, Upstander of the Year by the New Mexico Holocaust Museum, 2019 Diverse Business Leader Award Recipient by Albuquerque Business First, and Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year by the State Bar of New Mexico. Brian is a graduate of the Army War College National Security Seminar, a former Honorary Commander of Kirtland Air Force Base, served on the New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association’s Board of Directors, served on the State Bar of New Mexico’s Committee on Diversity, and has been twice appointed as a commissioner for the New Mexico Judicial Selection Commission.

Brian resides in Albuquerque and grew up in Valencia County, New Mexico. He is a graduate of Los Lunas High School, New Mexico State University with a finance degree, and The University of New Mexico School of Law. Brian and his wife, Aleli, have been married for 27 years and have one son, Rafael, who is a graduate of Albuquerque High School and The George Washington University. He’s also served as an Executive Board Member & Treasurer, Life Member and Board Member of the National Association of Latino Elected Officials (NALEO)