David A. Brewster


Teri Hammack, 303.575.7553


David Brewster represents clients in a wide variety of real estate and litigation matters.  He strives to achieve client goals through attentive, comprehensive, and pragmatic service. David’s litigation practice focuses on complex corporate, real estate, and land use disputes. In addition to his litigation work, David’s practice includes helping clients purchase, develop, and sell real property, form and negotiate joint ventures, and negotiate leases.

While in law school, David  interned for Judge Philip Douglass in the 18th Judicial District and served as a Student Attorney in the University of Denver Environmental Law Clinic. He also mentored and taught first year law students serving as a Teaching Assistant for Professor Nantiya Ruan’s first year legal writing class. 

Prior to law school, David worked as a Franchise Development Consultant where he gained experience working with small and mid-size business owners striving to grow and achieve their greatest potential.  David utilizes this experience in serving and working to achieve growth oriented results for his clients.

Practice Areas


  • Yes, In My Backyard: Building ADUs to Address Homelessness (May 3, 2018). University of Denver Sturm College of Law Homeless Advocacy Policy Project, (Sara Rankin, Nantiya Ruan, Elie Zweibel Eds., 2018). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3173258

Awards & Involvement

  • Anti-Defamation League Mountain States – 2017 Summer Associate Memo Competition Winner
  • Reese Persuasive Writing Award (Sturm College of Law, 2016)
  • Robert John Jackson Endowed Scholarship
  • Provost’s Scholarship


  • State of Colorado
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
  • Colorado Bar Association


  • J.D., University of Denver Sturm College of Law (2018); Order of the Coif
  • B.S., University of Colorado-Boulder (2013)