Robert L. Lucero, Jr.
Robert practices law with an emphasis on real estate, land use and business law. He enjoys assisting clients throughout all phases of real estate development -- from acquisition and financing, to securing entitlements, to leasing and disposition. He also represents business clients before administrative bodies and the courts.
University of New Mexico School of Law (J.D. 2008, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif)
Stanford University (B.A. 1998, with departmental honors)
Chambers USA-America’s Leading Lawyers for Business
Southwest Super Lawyers “Rising Star” 2012-2016
2012 Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year -- State Bar of New Mexico
New Mexico Business Weekly’s 40 Under Forty -- 2011
State Bar of New Mexico:
Committee on Diversity in the Legal Profession
New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association
University of New Mexico School of Law Alumni Association, Board of Directors, Immediate Past President (Past Secretary and Treasurer)
NAIOP New Mexico, Board Member
Leadership Albuquerque, Class of 2011
United Way of Central New Mexico: Hispano Philanthropic Society; Young Leaders Society
Robert L. Lucero and Matthew M. Beck, Doing Business in United States:New Mexico, in Doing Business in . . . Handbook. (2015-2016).
John P. Salazar and Robert L. Lucero, Doing Business in United States:New Mexico, in Doing Business in . . . Handbook. (2011-2014).
State v. Romero: The Legacy of Pueblo Land Grants and the Contours of Jurisdiction in Indian Country, 37 N.M. L. Rev. 671 (2007).
Lucero Law, P.C. exists to provide select clients with exceedingly high levels of personal service, focusing in the areas of real estate and land use law.
We are passionate about adding value to our clients and their endeavors, and we are committed to straight-talk, even when the news is not what was anticipated.
We strive to fully understand our clients' objectives, ambitions, sensitivities and challenges, so that we may achieve our clients' goals and better educate, inform, and protect our clients.
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Real Estate Transactions
Representing clients in buying, selling, financing and leasing real property.
Real Estate Litigation
Quiet title, easement disputes, partition, eviction, foreclosure, eminent domain and more.
Mediating and arbitrating disputes fairly, creatively, and cost-effectively.
Planning, zoning, subdivision and other entitlements.
Appeals of development approvals before administrative boards, governing bodies, and the courts.
Probate and Estate
Providing trusted counsel in probate, trust and estate matters.