About Greg

I  am an attorney with extensive experience in immigration and nationality  law. Though immigration law is my focus, I have practiced in a number  of areas, including real estate, appellate matters, and a variety of  complex commercial litigation matters, including disputes in the  healthcare, oil & gas, and resource extraction industries for  several large regional law firms.  Additionally, as a litigator in civil  matters, I have represented plaintiffs in civil rights claims brought  under the U.S. Constitution and 42 U.S.C. § 1983.  I now focus full-time  on immigration matters because I find the practice rewarding and  I believe my immigration clients benefit greatly from the breadth of my  experience in other areas of the law.  I am a member of the Colorado  and Denver Bar Associations. I received my law degree from the  University of Denver Sturm College of Law while also completing an M.A.  program at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies.  It was  during that time that I first began working with asylum-seekers and  grappling with the complexities of U.S. immigration law. I also served  as the Sutton Editor to the Denver Journal of International Law and  Policy, and was inducted into the Order of St. Ives for outstanding  scholarly achievement.  Among other writings, I have co-authored the  chapter on “Corporate Social Responsibility and Accountability Under the  Alien Tort Claims Act” in The Law of Transnational Business  Transactions (West, July 2008).

Prior to practicing law, I was an outdoor guide,  expedition leader, and director of an outdoor adventure learning  company.  I still enjoy planning new adventures around the world.


I am acutely aware that clients seeking my  representation and advice are often facing life-altering decisions and  legal issues due to application of U.S. immigration laws.  For this  reason, I personally handle every matter for which this office is  retained – I do not use associate attorneys, paralegals, or other  non-attorneys to handle your case.  I understand that legal fees can be a  burden on families, so I work hard to keep my fees reasonable and I  believe my clients find exceptional value in my services.  Immigration  law is complex and the consequences of mistakes and missed opportunities  can be severe and permanent.  Exceptional attention to detail by a  knowledgeable counselor advocating for your rights makes all the  difference in the outcome of your immigration case.

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  • Supreme Court of Colorado
  • U.S. District Court of Colorado
  • 10th Circuit Court of Appeals