I grew up in Albuquerque, graduated from Eldorado High School, and studied American and Latin American History at the University of Kansas. I also played first base and outfield for the varsity baseball team. Rock Chalk Jayhawk! After KU, I spent two summers playing and coaching baseball in Eskilstuna, Sweden and then spent several more years working as an International Envoy Coach for Major League Baseball in South Africa, Germany, Indonesia, Singapore and China. These were life-changing experiences, to say the least.
I came home to New Mexico and attended the University of New Mexico School of Law. My practice focuses on civil litigation with an emphasis in medical negligence and personal injury litigation with a particular interest in cases involving eye injuries caused by optometrists or ophthalmologists.
I work up every case as though it is going to trial. As a result, most don't. I have successfully appeared before the New Mexico Court of Appeals and have successfully argued in the New Mexico Supreme Court, which was an absolute thrill.
In my spare time, I enjoy playing guitar, running and being outside with my beautiful wife Cara Scholl D.D.S. and our adorable little boy.
University of New Mexico
Juris Doctor, 2011
Summa cum laude-graduated 2nd in class
Order of the Coif
Clinical honors-Southwest Indian Law Clinic
LexisNexis Award for Academic Excellence
Lewis R. Sutin Award for Excellence in Advocacy
University of Kansas
B.A., History, 2006
Varsity Baseball-first base and outfield
Forrest Hoglund Scholar Award
Academic All Big XII
Lamar Community College
Associate of Science, 2003
Drafted 2002 Major League Baseball Draft by Kansas City Royals
Activities and Affiliations
New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association
Albuquerque Bar Association
State v. Belanger and New Mexico's Lone Stance Allowing Defense Witness Immunity, 40 N.M.L.R. 241 (2011)
Deposing and Disclosing Treating Physicians in New Mexico, New Mexico Trial Lawyer, March/April 2015
6/27/14: NMTLA Damages Seminar, Size Matters, Legal Update on Damages in New Mexico
8/19/14: NBI Seminar on Hearsay
10/21/15: NBI Seminar on the Rules of Evidence
3/15/17: NBI Seminar Applying the Rules of Evidence
Harrison v. Board of Regents, 2013-NMCA-105, 311 P.3d 1236, cert quashed following oral argument, May 30, 2014.
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