Alex graduated from Colorado State University in 2010 with a Bachelor’s in Economics, before moving to St. John in the U.S.V.I. to work as an installer in the solar energy industry. When he came home to Colorado, he returned to the commercial fencing company that signed his first paycheck and worked his way up from installer to foreman to estimator. As an estimator for a small business enterprise, Alex was responsible for accurately pricing scopes of work, reviewing and negotiating contracts with owners, general contractors, and suppliers, as well as ordering materials in accordance with project schedules.


Alex worked on projects for CDOT, Colorado State Parks, public school districts, private entities, municipalities, and the federal government. The experience Alex gained working as a key member of a small project administration team allows him to quickly understand the problems facing clients in the construction industry and communicate his advice efficiently.


Alex’s legal career has consisted of advising clients through all phases of dispute resolution, real estate development, and transactional work, including reviewing contracts, drafting motions, conducting in-depth research, drafting memos, performing real estate due diligence, communicating with clients, preparing for and participating in trial and arbitration, and facilitating alternate dispute resolutions. Alex has drafted and negotiated contracts for clients and supported their projects.


In 2019, Alex obtained his law degree from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law where he re-established the Construction Law Society, serving as President, and also served as Treasurer for the Student Trial Lawyers Association. He is admitted to practice law in Colorado and Federal Courts.

Alex King, Esq. Associate

+65 1234 5678


  • Colorado
  • Federal Courts



  • Reviewing contracts
  • Drafting motions and memos
  • Trial and arbitration


  • Juris Doctorate, University of Denver Sturm College of Law
  • Bachelor of Arts, Colorado State University


Speaking Engagements & Publications

  • Levelset: 3 Expensive Mistakes to Avoid When Scope of Work Changes
  • 2021 Construction Law Update, Chapter Five, West Region
  • Integrated Project Delivery: Hurdles to Mainstream Popularity; Colorado Real Estate Journal, Oct. 26, 2020