About Peter J. Dauster
Peter J. Dauster has been practicing law since 1989. He has been practicing in Fort Collins, Colorado since 2007. Pete’s practice areas include general civil litigation, personal injury law, common interest community law, landlord-tenant law, real estate law, general business law and alternative dispute resolution. Prior to moving to Fort Collins, Pete practiced insurance defense litigation in Memphis, Tennessee with The Hardison Law Firm, and personal injury and workers compensation litigation and debtor bankruptcy in Jackson, Tennessee where he was a partner in the law firm Hardee, Martin, Dauster & Donahoe, P.A. Pete is also licensed to practice law in Wyoming.
Pete graduated from Clemson University with a B.A. in Administrative Management in 1985 and the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law at Memphis State University in 1989 where he was a member of the Moot Court Board. In January 2011 Pete completed the 40-Hour Mediation Training course through the Colorado Bar Association.
Pete is a member of the Larimer County Bar Association and was President of the Executive Board in 2016-2017. He is also a member of the Colorado and Wyoming Bar Associations.
Pete’s community service includes serving as pro bono legal counsel for Animal Friends Alliance, a no-kill cat and dog rescue shelter in Fort Collins, was a former Board member of Animal House, a Fort Collins no-kill dog rescue shelter, and is currently on the Board of the W.O.L.F Sanctuary. Pete has also served as a volunteer mediator for the City of Fort Collins’ community mediation program and currently serves as a volunteer mediator for the Larimer County Small Claims Court. He is also a frequent speaker at Landlord-Tenant seminars in the Fort Collins area.