Associate Louisville, CO
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Garrett Davey, Esq. joined the firm in 2019.
Before law school, Mr. Davey had a career in education and community outreach, teaching at Brooklyn's largest public high school and running after-school and summer programs in the city. Mr. Davey graduated from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law in 2016, specializing in environmental and American Indian law. After graduating from law school, Mr. Davey joined the firm McAllister Garfield, where he shepherded cannabis startup companies through entity formation and early funding. Mr. Davey also specialized in advising American Indian tribes seeking to launch cannabis regulatory programs and subsequent cannabis businesses. To this end, Mr. Davey helped negotiate a historic settlement with a Public Law 280 state affirming a tribe's sovereign right to grow hemp on tribal lands. Mr. Davey joined Fredericks Peebles, & Patterson LLP in 2019. He brings his extensive experience in cannabis law to the firm, as well as experience litigating environmental claims. Mr. Davey lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife, Adrienne, and their son, Langston. Mr. Davey loves the outdoors, except when he is in front of the television supporting his beloved Arsenal Football Club.
PRACTICE AREAS: American Indian law, Environmental litigation, Cannabis business law, Tribal economic development.
ADMISSIONS: Colorado; U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado; U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin.
EDUCATION: University of Denver, Sturm College of Law (J.D., 2016); University of Kansas (M.A. 2013); PACE University (M.S. 2007); Illinois Wesleyan University (B.A 2004).
ASSOCIATIONS: Colorado Bar Association; Federal Bar Association.
LEGAL AUTHORSHIP: Brad A. Bartlett and Garrett L. Davey, Federal Lawyer Magazine, Tribes & Cannabis: Seeking Parity with States and Consultation and Agreement from the U.S. Government (April 2017).
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