Columbia University (J.D., 1982) Stanford University (B.S., with honors, Phi Beta Kappa, 1978)
Professional Experience Mr. Bohnhoff is a director and shareholder. He is a member of the Litigation Department’s complex and commercial litigation practice group. Mr. Bohnhoff represents clients in complex litigation in both federal and state courts. His practice concentrates in the areas of business and real estate litigation, including title, boundary, development and access disputes. Mr. Bohnhoff served as Chief Assistant and Deputy Attorney General for the State of New Mexico in 1987-1989. In 1982-83, he clerked for Chief Judge Howard C. Bratton, United States District Court for the District of New Mexico. He was Executive Editor of the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, 1981-82. Mr. Bohnhoff has achieved the highest Martindale-Hubbell rating. He is listed in Chambers USA-Client’s Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business for Litigation: General Commercial and in Best Lawyers in America for his experience and expertise in Commercial Litigation, Litigation-Land Use & Zoning, and Litigation-Real Estate. Mr. Bohnhoff is also listed in Southwest Super Lawyers for his experience and expertise in Business Litigation. Mr. Bohnhoff was named Albuquerque Litigation-Land Use & Zoning Lawyer of the Year-2013 by Best Lawyers in America. Mr. Bohnhoff was named Albuquerque Real Estate Litigation Lawyer of the Year-2012 by Best Lawyers in America. Mr. Bohnhoff was selected by New Mexico Business Weekly as one of New Mexico’s “Best of the Bar” for 2009.
Professional Memberships and Activities
State Bar of New Mexico American Bar Association (member of Litigation Section) Albuquerque Bar Association Albuquerque Lawyers Club