Trey Rogers

Mr. Rogers' practice is focused on litigation, public law and government relations. He has significant experience in ‎local and national politics. He assists clients on public policy development, regulatory and legislative solutions, ‎election law, campaign finance, and governmental strategies.‎

His litigation experience includes jury and bench trials, arbitrations, and mediations. Mr. Rogers has extensive ‎experience with motions practice, discovery, and appellate advocacy in complex matters in state and federal ‎courts.

 

Memberships & Affiliations

Blue Ribbon Panel on Election Reform, Appointed by Colorado Secretary of State Donetta Davidson, 2004

Kerry/Edwards Presidential Campaign, Served as Colorado Counsel, 2004

Campaign Finance Advisory Committee, Appointed by Colorado Secretary of State Bernie Buescher 2010, Continued Service under Secretary Gessler 2011-2014, 2010-2014

Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors 2014-Present; Legislative Policy Committee, 2014-Present; Public Affairs Committee, Member, 2011-2013

Colorado Transportation Commission, Appointed by Colorado Governor Bill Ritter, Jr. to Represent District 1 (City and County of Denver), 2010-2013

Colorado High Performance Transportation Enterprise, Appointed Representative of the Colorado Transportation Commission 2010-2013; Appointed by Governor John Hickenlooper to Serve on the Board, 2014-Present

Second Judicial District Judicial Nominating Commission, Appointed by Colorado Governor Bill Ritter, Jr., Supreme Court Chief Justice Mary Mullarkey, and Attorney General John Suthers, 2010-2015

Colorado and Denver Bar Associations, Member

Colorado Bar Association, Alternative Resolution Section, Member

Mediation Association of Colorado, Member

 

Education

J.D., George Washington University Law School, 1997, with Honors

B.S., University of Colorado, 1989, cum laude 

Bar Admissions

Colorado, 1997

Court Admissions

U.S. Supreme Court

U.S. District Court, Colorado

U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit

Colorado State Judicial District Courts

Colorado Supreme Court

Colorado Court of Appeals