Kevin’s practice focuses on many aspects of real estate law, including acquisitions, dispositions, development, and leasing. He represents a broad range of clients, from national retailers and national real estate developers to local real estate investors. He guides clients through all stages of real estate, from the acquisition and development of raw land, to leasing commercial and residential buildings, to the disposition of clients’ real property.

Prior to joining the firm, he served as pro bono law clerk for the Honorable R. Brooke Jackson of the United States District Court, as well as law clerk for the Honorable Chris Zenisek of Colorado’s First Judicial District. In his clerkships, he advised the Courts on complex issues arising at all stages of civil and criminal proceedings.

Kevin graduated from the University of Colorado Law School in 2012, where he served on the board of editors for the University of Colorado Law Review. While in law school, he interned with the Honorable Brian Boatright of the Colorado Supreme Court, and he worked as a law clerk for a boutique water law firm, where he gained experience in litigation and water law that he uses in his representation of ditch companies in eastern Colorado. Kevin graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in 2007, where he majored in Science, Technology, & International Affairs and played varsity baseball for the Hoyas.

Education and Credentials:

University Of Colorado Law School, JD
Production Editor, University of Colorado Law Review
Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service, B.S. in Foreign Service


Colorado Bar Association
Denver Bar Association