Bobby W.


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As a member of the real estate team, Bobby focuses on real estate transactional matters, including commercial lease agreements, zoning, and multifamily assets. Bobby is passionate about advanced energy matters and assists clients with solar leases and other advanced energy matters.

Prior to joining Moye White, Bobby worked for Baltimore City Public Schools as a middle school English and Humanities Teacher as a Teach for America Corps Member. Additionally, Bobby was an extern in the Office of Legal Counsel for Governor Hickenlooper. In law school, he taught with the Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project and worked as a Student Attorney at the Sustainable Community Development Clinic on matters involving non-profit 501(c)(3) formation, commercial co-venture agreements, multi-party land leases, and agreements for agricultural and educational programs. 

Beginning in January of 2021, Bobby will serve as a publicly elected leader on the Board of Directors for the Regional Transportation District in Denver, working to promote transportation equity and transitioning to a zero-emission transit/transportation system. 

In his spare time, Bobby enjoys trying new restaurants and breweries, being in the mountains, and spending time with his family and friends. 

Publications and Articles

2020 RTD Board of Directors, District D: Bobby Dishell On The Issues
Colorado Public Radio, October 2020

From Law School to Lawyer in the Age of COVID-19
Law Week Colorado, September 2020

Update to Public Health Order 20-24 for Critical Businesses
Moye White Blog, April 2020

Free Emergency Childcare for Construction Workers (and Other Essential Businesses)
Moye White Blog, March 2020

An Updated Breakdown of Stay at Home Orders by Locality for the Construction Industry
Colorado Builder, March 2020

The Long (But Diminishing) Reach of the Six-Foot Rule: Social Distancing in the Construction Industry
Moye White Blog, March 2020

Whistleblowing on Social Distancing: How Ignoring Regulations Could Get You Sued or Fined
Moye White Blog, March 2020

Advanced Energy Success Depends on Interdisciplinary Team
Law Week Colorado, December 2019

Speaking Engagement and Presentations

Working with Electric Utility Contracts for Non-Lawyers
EUCI, September 2020