Education & Bar Admissions
- Juris Doctor, University of the Pacific – McGeorge School of Law
- Master of Arts, Sports and Exercise Science, University of Northern Colorado
- Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, University of Colorado
- Bar Admissions:
Colorado Court of Appeals
Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
U.S. District Court for the North District of Illinois
Professional Awards & Honors
- AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating Issued by Martindale-Hubbell, since Sept. 2013
- Colorado Bar Association
- Denver Bar Association
While I have a great deal of experience in the courtroom, my pre-trial practice and ability to assist my clients in avoiding litigation are unsurpassed. I am frequently successful in disposing of entire cases on summary judgment, saving thousands of dollars in legal fees and time for my clients.
Civil Litigation Senior Associate Attorney Joseph Sanchez is perfectly at home in the courtroom. However, more than 30 years of experience has taught him that an effective pre-trial practice is an invaluable part of providing a voice for his client.
Joseph holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Colorado, a masters degree in sports and exercise science from the University of Northern Colorado, and a law degree from the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law. He has tried civil, commercial and employment litigation cases in multiple jurisdictions across Colorado, successfully arguing cases before the Colorado Court of Appeals, Colorado Supreme Court, and the United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Joseph’s experience as lead attorney in several courts has earned him an outstanding reputation among both his peers and the judges who have heard his cases. While his knowledge and experience are tough to match, Joseph prides himself most on working as a partner with clients—in other words, with them rather than for them.
“I work closely with my clients to develop a sound, and cost-effective legal strategy on each of my cases,” Joseph said. “I listen to their concerns and issues and provide them with the best options available so that they can make informed decisions.”
That collaborative spirit doesn’t end at Joseph’s office door. He takes an active interest in the well-being of his community, previously volunteering as a youth baseball and football coach. Additionally, Joseph has served as secretary for the Adams County Cultural Council, where he developed funding recommendations based on each council member’s review of the grant applications and report forms submitted by the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District Tier III organizations. He has been a guest lecturer at local high schools discussing criminal and constitutional law issues, and has worked as a volunteer teacher for the Denver Public School system.