Dawn Nicole Rodgers conducts her practice via the law firm Rodgers Law LLC. She focuses on practice areas such as family law, divorce mediation, child custody, child support, modifications & enforcement, property division, dependency & neglect, and criminal defense.
She serves clients in counties like Douglas, Arapahoe, Denver, Elbert, and others in South Metro Denver. She is a former prosecutor having expert legal knowledge. She understands when it is beneficial for her clients to resolve cases outside the courtroom and when a trail is advisable.
She primarily focuses on an out-of-court settlement but does not hesitate to take cases before the jury, while using her excellent trial advocacy skills to benefit her clients in complex lawsuits. She guides her clients in legal matters by giving correct advice and plans a legal strategy for their distinct case.
She updates her clients through all stages of the legal case and strives to bring a positive outcome for them. She also represents clients with million dollar plus estates in highly complex family law cases.
Dawn N. Rodgers received the Scholastic Excellence Award for Advanced Legal Research from Sturm College of Law University of Denver and Young Lawyer Award from Douglas Elbert County Bar Association in 2008 and 2014 respectively.
She is a member of the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, the Metropolitan Denver Interdisciplinary Committee, the Arapahoe Bar Association, and the Colorado Women’s Bar Association.
She serves as the Vice President of Douglas Elbert Bar Association since 2018 and has served as its Treasurer and Secretary during 2016 – 2017 and 2017 – 2018 respectively.
She worked as a clerk for the courts even before joining law school. While attending the University of North Dakota School of Law, she practiced under the Student Practice Act for a civil litigation firm and interned for a Denver County District Court Judge and a large health system. She obtained her Juris Doctorate in the year 2008.
She finished a judicial clerkship for two Larimer County District Court Judges after completing law school. She served as a Deputy District Attorney at the Weld County District Attorney’s Office and prosecuted many criminal misdemeanor and traffic cases.
Dawn Rodgers also worked as a staff attorney for Crossroads Safehouse on its attorney project called Bringing Justice Home and represented victims of domestic violence in family law cases.
She also practiced family law and criminal defense law at a couple of local firms before starting a private practice. She completed her Bachelors in Arts from the Colorado State University in 2005.
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