Denver Donchez imparts her litigation work with deep insights on court procedure and appellate law. She has particular experience in matters related to employment, breach of contract and civil rights violations.
Denver previously worked as a summer associate and a litigation associate at the firm. She returned to Brownstein after a year serving as a law clerk for Colorado Supreme Court Justice Melissa Hart, where she worked on a variety of civil and criminal cases and was the access to justice liaison. Prior to that, Denver worked as a policy intern for the Colorado Senate Democrats, where she worked on the Senate Judiciary Committee and provided feedback to the legislature on criminal justice reform bills. She has experience drafting motions and briefs, assisting in discovery and depositions, conducting research and representing clients at trial.
During law school, Denver served as a student attorney with the University of Denver’s Civil Rights Clinic and co-founded a student organization called the Coalition for Criminal Justice Reform. She graduated as an Order of the Coif, with a public good distinction and a certificate in constitutional rights and remedies.