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Managing Partner, Personal Injury
& Criminal Defense Team
Partner, Personal Injury
Partner, Criminal Defense
Evynne leads the Criminal Defense Team.
Evynne is a Colorado native who graduated from Ralston Valley High School in Arvada before pursuing her undergraduate studies at the University of Nevada, Reno. Evynne received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Nevada, Reno.
Prior to attending law school, Evynne was a Reserve Deputy with the Carson City Sheriff’s Office in Nevada for 8 years and a caseworker for child protective services in Reno, Nevada for 2 years.
Evynne attended law school at the University of Wyoming, graduating in the top 10% of her class in 2017. While in law school, Evynne interned at the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office and the Adams County District Attorney’s Office.
After graduating law school and prior to joining Oakmont, Evynne was the law clerk for Denver Juvenile Court where she was the single law clerk for all 6 judicial officers. During her time at Denver Juvenile Court, Evynne worked extensively on juvenile expungements, receiving awards at the local and state level for her innovation in developing a system for addressing the court’s new expungement requirements. In addition to her work on juvenile expungements, she gained valuable experience in adoptions, juvenile delinquency cases and child welfare cases.
Evynne’s interests outside of the office include spending time with her husband (and fellow law partner) Glenn, attending Rockies games, playing baseball, cheering on the Denver Broncos and exploring new places near and far. Evynne is also a huge animal lover and shares her home with her German Shepherd, orange tabby cat and two parrots. She also has a retired quarter horse who lives with Evynne’s mother in Arvada.
Evynne has a passion for helping others and prides herself on treating each client with the utmost care and devotion.
Isaiah spent his childhood in Indiana and lived there until 2008 when he decided to move to Colorado. As he is fond of saying, he is “not a Colorado native, but he got here as soon as he could.”
Isaiah is a first-generation college graduate and graduated with honors from Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, Florida, with a Bachelor’s degree in History. After graduation, he worked in call center management for several years before finding work in the public utilities industry. At each place of employment, customer service has been a critical aspect of Isaiah’s job responsibilities.
In 2016, Isaiah attended the University of Wyoming College of Law, graduating with honors in 2019. During his time at the College of Law, he was elected to be President of the Potter Law Club (the College of Law student government body). Isaiah was also chosen to serve on the College of Law’s Honor Council for two years while also serving as the Curriculum Committee Student Representative for two years. Isaiah also worked as a research assistant, a law clerk, and an intern with two different county District Attorneys throughout his time at law school. Notably, in 2018, Isaiah was a Brimmer Award finalist (the highest honor bestowed to a Wyoming College of Law student) and was named the Archie McClintock Most Outstanding 2L. His interests outside of the legal field are spending time with his wife and their German Shepherd; attending Rockies games; cheering on the Denver Broncos and Colorado Avalanche; traveling to and touring Major League Ballparks; and playing racquetball and softball. “My passion is helping people. Whether negotiating a settlement or litigating a case in court, your needs are my priority. I would be honored to put my legal education to work for you as you navigate through life’s pressing challenges.”
Paul is a native of Denver, Colorado. His father’s family came to Colorado in the 1850’s while on his mother’s side he is only the third generation born in the United States. Paul grew up in Aurora and was the third graduating class from Rangeview High School. After high school, Paul entered the Army and completed Airborne School, Air Assault School, Combat Lifesavers School, and the Primary Leadership Development Course. Paul has been stationed in the United States and South Korea and conducted exercises in Panama.
After his time in the military, Paul worked his way through college as a plumber and then worked in the Organic Chemistry field. When the company he was working for went out of business, Paul returned to plumbing and received his State of Colorado Certification as a Journeyman Plumber. During his career as a plumber he had an opportunity to travel to Iraq to work as a plumber which he did for 32 months.
Upon returning from Iraq, Paul was faced with the economic crisis of 2008 and 2009 which included the collapse of the housing market. Paul made the difficult decision to go back to college for his Degree in Paralegal Studies. While still in college, Paul was hired at his first law firm where he was able to apply what he was learning in college to real world legal issues. After college, Paul was hired by the Colorado Courts where he worked in domestic and criminal divisions in Denver District Court and Arapahoe County District Court.
After working for the Courts, Paul went back into private practice and worked for one of the television attorneys. He grew tired of the constant chaos and disliked the fact that clients were treated like a number and not a person. Paul believes clients need someone to aggressively advocate for them. He found matching beliefs in Oakmont Law Group and readily accepted their offer to be a paralegal.
Paul is single with two adopted cats and a daughter who is attending Arkansas University. He also has a son who will be playing hockey with the Junior A Chicago Cougars this season. In his spare time, Paul can often be found at a local area hockey rink with his son, on a golf course, doing a day hike in the Colorado Mountains, or online playing video games.
I’m a Colorado native, my family goes back many generations. My heart is in Montana where I lived for some of my childhood. I love small towns, “junkin”/craft fairs for antiques/treasures for my home. My kids are my world, spending time with them is my first pick any day. We have 3 amazing dogs and two tortoises. I love being outdoors and adventuring, crafting, taking pictures, reading, movies. My passion is helping people, creating real, authentic relationships. We all have a story, may we learn to meet each other in those places.
Working at Oakmont Law Group has allowed me to use all of my passions and gifts to help people.