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Kent Holsinger. Kent founded the firm in September of 2006. He represents clients in state and federal court, in administrative proceedings and on select legislative matters in the Colorado General Assembly and U.S. Congress. Kent's work has been recognized in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Times, Rocky Mountain News, on National Public Radio and in CNN.com, among many others. A Colorado Native from a ranching family, Kent was named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers in 2012. He has served as president of the Colorado Lawyer's Chapter of the Federalist Society, Vice-Chair to the Conservation Easement Oversight Commission and on the Advisory Board member to the Leadership Program of the Rockies.
Jack Silver. Jack became of counsel to Holsinger Law in December of 2007. Jack brings 33 years of litigation, corporate and transactional experience to the firm. He was the Senior Partner at Silver & Hayes, PC from 1978 to 1991 and Silver, Robinson, Tobin & Schuyler, PC from 1991 to 1997. Since then, Jack founded and served in leadership roles in development, banking and construction companies. Jack received his B.A. in Economics from Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa in 1970 and his J.D. from the University of Denver College of Law, Denver, Colorado in 1973. He is a member of the American, Colorado and Denver Bar Associations.
Alyson Meyer Gould. Alyson joined Holsinger Law as an associate in June of 2011. She studied biology at Bucknell University, in Pennsylvania and earned her J.D. at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2010 and her LL.M. in 2011. Alyson was named Outstanding LL.M. Student of the Year for the highest overall grades in the program. She received honors for the highest grades in Hazardous Waste Law and International Environmental Law. Alyson was admitted to the Colorado Bar in October of 2010.
Austin Rueschhoff. Austin joined as an associate in August of 2015. Austin earned his B.A. from Colorado State University and J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in December 2014. There, he received highest grade honors in four courses, and was awarded multiple scholarships in recognition of his achievement and dedication to natural resource law. Austin was an Editorial Board member of the University of Denver Water Law Review, and served as a law clerk for two boutique natural resources law firms and the United States Attorney’s Office. Prior to law school, Austin worked in the Colorado General Assembly and for a national state legislative research institute.