Background and Distinctions
In addition to serving on the University of Kansas Law Review during law school, Mr. Westby also served as staff attorney in the Office of Legal Services for Students, assisting students at the University with a variety of legal issues. In his first position after law school, he served as Law Clerk for the Honorable John David Sullivan of the 18th Judicial District Court in Fort Collins, Colorado, assisting Judge Sullivan with a busy trial docket of both civil and criminal matters. Since then, Mr. Westby has practiced in the areas of civil rights litigation, commercial and contract disputes, construction defect litigation, personal injury litigation, and disputes involving homeowners’ associations. He has represented homeowners’ associations in foreclosure actions and lawsuits involving rights and responsibilities related to the association’s governing documents.
Mr. Westby represents individuals and companies in civil litigation in a variety of matters. His practice focuses in the area of construction law, construction defect litigation, and contract and commercial disputes. He also represents homeowner’s associations in disputes pertaining to construction defects and legal issues arising under the association’s governing documents.
Juris Doctor: University of Kansas School of Law 2000
University of Kansas Law Review
Bachelor of Arts: University of Washington 1986. Major: Philosophy
Doctor of Philosophy: Concordia Seminary 2022. Philosophical Theology
Admitted to practice law in the State of Colorado in February 2001. Also admitted to practice law before the United States District Court for the District of Colorado and the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
Colorado Bar Association