Alicia Reinken

Education & Bar Admissions

  • Juris Doctor, Hofstra University School of Law
  • Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and Philosophy, summa cum laude, University of New Hampshire
  • Bar Admissions: Colorado Bar; U.S. District Court for the Colorado District; New York Bar

Alicia Reinken

Senior Associate - Civil Litigation

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“It’s every lawyer’s dream to help shape the law, not just react to it.” – Alan Dershowitz

Civil Litigation Attorney Alicia Reinken doesn’t want to merely practice the law. She wants to influence it.

“I understood the importance of the law but was also aware of the need to constantly improve the law and make new laws,” Alicia said of her decision to pursue a law degree.

“Being a lawyer gives me the chance to argue for the enforcement of laws, necessary changes in existing laws, and the development of new law.”

As a civil litigation attorney, Alicia has had plenty of opportunities to “shape the law.” She has worked on cases involving real estate, contract disputes, business transactions, and the interpretation of administrative laws. Alicia has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in numerous forums, including state and federal court, mediations, arbitrations, settlement conferences, and administrative hearings. These experiences have taught her how to best advocate for a client’s position depending on the forum.

Civil litigation can be an overwhelming and scary process. Fortunately, clients can expect total collaboration from Alicia. She takes care to explain each step of the case so that her clients fully understand what is happening and what to expect as the case progresses. Alicia provides her clients with all available options, outlining the pros and cons of each one.

“It is important to me that every one of my clients feels comfortable with the process and with each decision they make,” Alicia said. “I collaborate with my clients to ensure that we prepare the case in the most thorough and efficient manner.”

When not in the courtroom, Alicia can be found in the kitchen. She loves cooking and tries one new recipe a week from her large cookbook collection. Alicia and her husband Will, also an attorney, have one son, Graham, and a goldendoodle named Judge.