Drew Thomas

Drew was born and raised in a small town in Calaveras County, California. He eventually made his way to the Los Angeles metropolitan area before venturing north to Eugene, Oregon to begin and complete his undergraduate degree in Political Science at the University of Oregon. He obtained his J.D. from Willamette University College of Law in Salem, Oregon and subsequently moved to Denver, Colorado in 2016.

While in law school, Drew participated in the Child and Family Advocacy Clinical Program, which reinforced his interest in pursuing a career in family law. In 2018, he was selected to serve as a Law Clerk in the domestic relations court serving both Magistrate Lord-Blegen and Magistrate Hubler in the Second Judicial District in Denver. His clerkship offered Drew an opportunity to draft Orders for the judicial officers, as well as conduct extensive research in family law and other areas that affect family law. Having observed hearings with and without legal representation for parties, Drew learned how beneficial effective representation can be in domestic relations court to ensure parties their access to justice. Having observed first-hand what conflict can do to parties, and ultimately their children, Drew’s approach to representation is to try to minimize conflict and stress while advocating the best positions for his clients. 

Drew is a member of the Colorado Bar Association and the First Judicial District Bar Association.  He regularly volunteers with Metro Volunteer Lawyers.

On his off time, Drew spends as much time as possible enjoying all the amazing outdoor recreational activities this great state has to offer.