In conjunction with the firm’s nationally ranked Litigation Department, David Meschke practices securities law and also assists clients with complex commercial litigation matters and consumer protection matters to help them reach the best possible resolution.
His work has included complex antitrust cases and construction matters, as well as title board work and appellate briefing covering a wide variety of areas. David has amassed an in-depth understanding of appellate matters and is skilled at editing and drafting briefs, building on his work as a law clerk/judicial assistant to Colorado Supreme Court Justice Brian D. Boatright.
Since joining the firm, David has engaged in a number of pro bono projects, including working through the Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center on guardian ad litem matters to protect the best interests of children in protection order cases. He has also assisted religious organizations, as well as worked on immigration matters.
During law school, David interned with the University of Colorado’s University Counsel system office, where he wrote internal memoranda on a wide-range of topics and helped draft an amicus brief filed before the Colorado Supreme Court. Prior to law school, David was an AmeriCorps Community Service Fellow with the Colorado “I Have a Dream” Foundation, where he assisted fourth and fifth grade students in classrooms and during after-school and summer programs.