Saver, Benjamin J.

Ben Saver is a member of the firm’s Energy & Natural resources practice, with a particular focus on water rights. He represents municipal, corporate and individual clients in state court.

Prior to joining Brownstein, Ben served as an assistant attorney general in the Colorado Department of Law’s consumer protection section, most recently investigating opioid manufacturers and distributors for consumer protection violations and working on complex civil litigation related to fraud. He was also a legal fellow with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, focusing on consumer protection and natural resources. Ben also clerked for Justice Gregory J. Hobbs Jr. of the Colorado Supreme Court.

Ben received a certificate in environmental and natural resources, and while in law school, clerked with several environmental law organizations in Oregon and the EPA in San Francisco.

Ben is a former Peace Corps volunteer, having served as a community environmental development volunteer in the Domincan Republic from 2009 to 2011.

Education
  • J.D., 2014, Lewis & Clark Law School
  • B.A., 2008, University of Florida
Admissions
  • Colorado