Fabian Eichentopf is based out of the Fort Collins office and focuses his practice on business law and real estate matters. Mr. Eichentopf is licensed in Colorado and Arizona and is available to clients in English and German.
Originally from Berlin, Germany, Mr. Eichentopf first came to Colorado as a foreign exchange student at the age of 16. After attending Greeley West High School for a year, he grew fond of Northern Colorado and did not hesitate to return to the area after law school.
Mr. Eichentopf attended law school at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law as the John J. Bouma Scholar. While in law school, he was selected for the Arizona Law Review and became the first international student to serve as Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona. As a law student, Mr. Eichentopf had the opportunity to gain experience at a small, a mid-sized, and a large law firm in Vienna, Austria; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Phoenix, Arizona. He also served as an undergraduate intern at the United States Embassy in Berlin, Germany.
Mr. Eichentopf also holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science from the Free University of Berlin, a university established by the United States in the former American sector of Berlin. As a student, he was awarded the Ernst Reuter Scholarship for exceptional academic achievement, which allowed him to spend one semester at National Taiwan University in Taipei.
Living in Fort Collins with his wife and their cat, Mr. Eichentopf enjoys frequent trips to Greeley to see family and friends. He also likes to spend his mornings running or rock climbing and his evenings playing acoustic guitar.