Cody Lujan comes from old-line Colorado and New Mexico families with deep ties to the land along with a rich skiing heritage. Cody was raised in northwest Colorado in the Routt Valley and subsequently in central New Mexico where he moved later in his youth. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Carleton College and his law degree from the University of New Mexico.
Fluent in Spanish, Cody studied Political History abroad in Argentina. A former fly-fishing guide—Cody is a knowledgeable outdoorsman, passionate big game hunter and wing shooter. He joined Hall and Hall in 2013 after practicing as a real estate attorney and managing a legal staff for five years in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Cody, his wife Bree and young son now live along the Front Range where he works out of the Denver office assisting in all the business ventures of Hall and Hall as well as administrative duties.
When not pursuing his passion for hunting , Cody can be found stalking rivers with a fly rod or chasing quail. His hunting photos have appeared in Bugle Magazine, The Huntin’ Fool, and the Ridgeline Outdoors online periodical. Cody has hunted Western big game his entire life, chucked flies throughout South, Central and North America.