Aaron D. Goldhamer is a litigator who represents businesses and individuals who have been defrauded or injured by someone in a position of trust. His clients have included individuals, municipalities, large and small businesses, and nonprofit organizations. He has represented clients in a variety of disputes before both Colorado courts and administrative agencies. Mr. Goldhamer has worked on cases where the stakes ranged from two thousand to two billion dollars. Aaron zealously advocates for all of his clients, bringing dedicated and creative problem solving to every case.
Aaron’s pro bono representations have touched on matters of public interest including campaign finance litigation, an election contest matter, a criminal defense case implicating First Amendment rights, the use of public parkland, and litigation concerning a public housing authority’s wrongful failure to reasonably accommodate a disabled client.
During law school at the Georgetown University Law Center, Mr. Goldhamer obtained Dean's List honors and participated in the Criminal Justice Clinic. Aaron graduated cum laude and with distinction in his B.A. major of Ethics, Politics, & Economics from Yale University while also completing the Teacher Preparation program, earning a teaching certification in high school English.
Mr. Goldhamer is a Denver native with strong ties to the community, serving various local organizations. He has officiated a double-digit number of weddings, traveled to 49 U.S. states, and is an avid soccer player and cyclist.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.