While at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, Mr. Court served as the Comments Editor of the Denver University Law Review and participated in the Student Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Court spent his second year as a student attorney in the Civil Rights Clinical program where he worked with a litigation team to conduct significant amounts of discovery, including client interviewing and counseling; drafting federal court motions; drafting requests for production and interrogatories; and conducting depositions.
Prior to joining Ireland Stapleton, Mr. Court served as a judicial extern for Douglas County Judge Nancy Hopf, assisting with Judge Hopf’s civil, criminal and domestic dockets. Prior to law school, Mr. Court taught mathematics and language arts at James Wood Middle School in Winchester, Virginia, where he also served as head of the school’s mathematics department. Mr. Court continues to strive toward making a positive impact in children’s lives through his affiliation with Adventure Amputee Camp.