Jamie focuses her practice on white collar criminal and civil cases. She enjoys tackling complex cases, sifting through the noise and zeroing in on the facts that matter. Above all, Jamie takes pride in connecting with and relating to clients and developing a client-centered case strategy.
Jamie began her career as a civil litigation associate at one of the top 10 law firms in the United States where she was mentored by some of the nation’s top lawyers, and played an important role in multi-national litigation involving fortune 500 companies. After her initial stint in private practice, Jamie spent nearly a decade working inside the federal courts advising judges on issues across the legal spectrum, carefully honing her legal research, writing and analysis skills, and assisting on nearly one hundred trials, including multiple complex business disputes and a first-of-its-kind environmental exportation prosecution. Jamie eventually moved to Denver to become the career law clerk for United States District Court Judge William J. Martinez, during which she learned the practice of law in Colorado from the inside out, getting to know both local attorneys and judges. She maintains positive relationships with court staff and is well respected by her former federal court colleagues.
After leaving the federal courts, Jamie joined one of Colorado’s top trial firms where she was involved in defending hundreds of clients in both criminal and civil litigation. Jamie’s experience runs the gamut in both the nature of cases and the severity of the alleged wrongdoing. Jamie enjoys a diverse criminal practice and believes all people charged with a crime deserve the same care and attention.
Jamie balances her representation of criminal defendants with a multi-faceted civil litigation practice. She represents clients in civil securities fraud cases, contract disputes, and other business litigation. Jamie also has significant experience in school discipline cases, including Title IX defense and school suspension/expulsion matters, and civil rights litigation.