Heather Buller

Heather BHeather advises and assists clients in all areas of business formation and operations, contracts, business and real estate sales and acquisitions, and, when necessary, business and civil litigation matters.  Heather also advises and assists business clients with trust and estate planning needs.

Prior to joining Groves Law, Heather worked with one of the most respected oil and gas, public lands, and natural resources law practices in the Rocky Mountain Region.  Heather has extensive experience as a mineral title examination attorney, as well as experience with the acquisition and divestiture of multi-million dollar oil and gas properties.  She has advised and assisted all manner of clients, including some of the largest energy companies in the nation, on a variety of real property and contract issues.  In addition, prior to her practice after law school, Heather worked as a law clerk in the 18th Judicial District of Colorado and has experience in many other areas, including, employment, personal injury, product liability, and family law.


Juris Doctor:    University of Denver Sturm College of Law  2011

  • Order of St. Ives (top 5%)
  • General Editor, Denver University Law Review
  • Research Assistant to Professor Arthur Best, Evidence
  • Scholastic Excellence Award:  Best performance in trial practice and appellate advocacy
  • Law Academic Achievement Scholarship

B.A:   Metropolitan State University of Denver, 2007, summa cum laude

Bar Admissions


North Dakota

Publications and Lectures

Case Note, Toll Bros., Inc. v. Readington Township, 555 F.3d 131 (3d Cir. 2009) 41 Urb. Law. 608 (2009).

Co-Author, “Overview of Complicating Factors Affecting Title,” Nuts and Bolts of Mineral Title Examination 15-1 (Rocky Mt. Min. L. Fdn. 2015).  Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Special Institute on the Nuts and Bolts of Mineral Title Examination, Denver, Colorado (April 2015).