Damon J. Davis - Grand Junction, CO
Damon J. Davis Overview
Damon grew up in Mesa County Colorado where he graduated from Palisade High School. Damon then moved to the East Slope to attend college. He first attended the University of Denver as an undergraduate. And he then attended the University of Colorado School of Law. Damon then moved back to Grand Junction where he took a position as an associate attorney at the precursory to Killian Davis Richter & Mayle, before working his way to a shareholder position. Damon’s practice focuses on appeals and motions practice in civil matters.
When not practicing law, Damon enjoys a variety of activities including reading, video games, hunting and shooting sports, studying history, watching the Broncos, and playing the occasional round of golf. In 2010, he accomplished the rare feat of hitting a hole-in-one at Chipeta Golf Course. Damon married his lovely wife Peggy on November 11, 2011. Damon has two step daughters and he and Peggy are expecting a son in March 2013.
- Personal Injury
Current Employment Position(s)
- U.S. District Court District of Colorado
- U.S. Court of Appeals 10th Circuit
- U.S. Supreme Court
- Colorado Bar Association (Member)
- Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
- Mesa County Bar Association (Member)
- Mesa County Bar Association (Treasurer 2011-2012)
- Mesa County Bar Association (Secretary 2012-2013)
- Mesa County Access to Justice
- American Association for Justice – National College of Advocacy: Advocate
- University of Colorado School of Law, Boulder, Colorado
Law Journal: University of Colorado Journal of Telecommunications & High Technology Law (Premier Edition), Associate Editor
- University of Denver
Bachelor of Arts
Honors: Golden Key Honors Society
Major: Political Science
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