Brian Egolf is a lawyer from Santa Fe whose roots in New Mexico go back to Territorial days, when his great-grandfather served as a Santa Fe County delegate to Teddy Roosevelt’s Progressive Party Convention. Brian is a proud husband and father of two young girls.

Before establishing a law practice in Santa Fe, Brian served in the White House during the Clinton Administration, in the Office of the U.S. Treasury Secretary, and in office of Congressman Tom Udall. He is a 1999 graduate of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, and a 2005 Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of New Mexico School of Law.

Brian is proud to represent Santa Fe in the New Mexico House of Representatives, where his peers elected him Speaker of the House in 2017.

Brian represents clients in personal injury claims, medical malpractice, wrongful death, civil rights, whistleblower cases, land and water use matters, and complex civil litigation.

Kate Ferlic is an attorney practicing in the areas of catastrophic injury / wrongful death, sexual abuse / assault / harassment, equal pay, whistleblower / Fraud Against Taxpayers and civil rights.  Her practice takes her throughout the state of New Mexico and all over the country.  Kate is deeply committed to a client-centered law practice. She is motivated by the belief that the law is a powerful tool for change whether it be obtaining compensation for her client, exposing misconduct, or enforcing a client’s rights.  She believes law can be transformative for the client in getting justice, achieving goals or resolving disputes. Kate aims to empower the client and maximize recovery by lending her unique strengths to any issue.  She is a skilled negotiator and tenacious advocate.  She serves on the Board of directors for the New Mexico Trial Lawyers Board of Directors, Rio Grande School and chairs the Board of Directors for New Mexico Women.Org.

Kristina is a litigator who represents clients in a number of different areas including harassment and discrimination, family law, civil rights, employment, personal injury, and wrongful death. She is committed to justice and to providing first-rate legal representation.

Born and raised in Santa Fe, Kristina graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 2006. After obtaining her law degree, Kristina practiced with Holland & Hart, LLP, a top regional firm. While there, she gained expertise in complex civil litigation in both state and federal courts, working on a variety of civil matters, including class actions and civil appeals. The focus of her practice at Holland & Hart was oil and gas work, with the majority of her clients being large energy companies.

In the fall of 2011, Kristina left Holland & Hart to join Rothstein, Donatelli, Hughes, Dahlstrom, Schoenburg & Bienvenu, LLP, a prominent Santa Fe law firm, in order to pursue a practice dedicated to representing individuals. During her time at the Rothstein Law Firm, Kristina enjoyed securing favorable results for individuals who had been wrongfully harmed as well as expanding her practice to the family law arena.

Kristina practiced with her own small law firm, Coberly & Martinez, LLLP, for three years before joining Egolf + Ferlic + Martinez + Harwood in the summer of 2018.

Kyle Harwood is an attorney and water resources professional who, prior to becoming a partner at Egolf + Ferlic + Martinez + Harwood, was owner of Harwood Consulting, PC which provided legal and interdisciplinary water resource consulting services in New Mexico.

Kyle has advised clients on land and water law regulation and policy issues and he litigates these issues in courts throughout the state. Kyle also drafts regulations and policy for clients and has authored numerous articles on water resource issues and lectured on land use and water law. Kyle represents public, private and nonprofit clients, as well as governmental clients, in water and natural resource issues, including special master assignments and expert witness services.

Kyle is a New Mexico State Bar Board Certified Specialist in Natural Resource Law – Water Law. Kyle is certified as an instructor for the New Mexico Real Estate Commission. Hundreds of real estate professionals have benefited from the classes he teaches in water law. Kyle is a former board member and chair of the New Mexico State Bar Natural Resources, Environment and Energy Law (NREEL) Section.

Kyle’s home is an historic ranch in La Cienega, NM, outside of Santa Fe, where he raises 3 young sons with his wife Elege Simons Harwood.

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