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Joe Brown

Associate Attorney - Domestic Relations Denver – Greenwood Village
  • Areas Of Practice
    • 100%

      Family Law

  • Education
    • Kansas State University, B.A. 2007
    • Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D. 2010
    • Thomas M. Cooley Law School, LL.M. 2011
  • Bar Admissions
    • Colorado, 2013
  • Licenses & Certifications
    • Certified PC/DM
    • Licensed to practice before IRS
  • Professional Associations & Memberships
    • Colorado Bar Association
    • CBA Family Law Section
    • Douglas-Elbert County Bar Association
  • Publications
    • http://www.dbadocket.org/retirement/divorces-for-older-clients-brown/

Joe Brown is an Attorney in the Domestic Relations Division of Burnham Law.  He is a member of the Colorado Bar Association Family Law Section as well as the Douglas-Elbert County Bar Association.

A native of Wichita, Kansas, Joe earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree, cum laude, from Kansas State University with a major in Philosophy and a minor in Spanish. His time as a member of the debate team sparked an interest in the law and public policy, which led Joe to attend law school.  He graduated magna cum laude with his J.D. and also earned an LL.M. in Taxation before becoming licensed to practice in Colorado.

While in law school, Joe worked as a law clerk for solo-practitioners on both civil and criminal cases in trial and appellate courts. This breadth of experience prepared him to start his own firm when he earned his law license, and he worked on a variety of issues for clients up and down the Front Range and across the State of Colorado.  Joe is firmly committed to providing direct and practical legal advice as well as services that are responsive to his clients’ needs and objectives all while adhering to the highest ethical commands of the profession. He understands that every case presents a different set of circumstances and poses its own challenges, and thus he approaches each case as a unique opportunity to help his clients through one of the most difficult times of their lives.

Since 2003, Joe has volunteered his time coaching little league baseball in the summers as well as coaching and judging middle school, high school, and college debate tournaments during the school year.  He spends his spare time driving through the mountains (music up, windows down), smoking meats to feed his BBQ obsession, or just relaxing with his wife and son.