Matthew George

Educational Background

B.A. in Political Science (2010), University of Colorado – Boulder

Juris Doctor (2015) University of Colorado Law School


Top 25% of Class

Member, CU National Mock Trial Team (2013-15)

Secretary, Health Law Society (2013-14)

President, Sports and Entertainment Law Student Association (2013-14)

Coach, Boulder High School Mock Trial Team (2013-15)

Professional Experience and Areas of Concentration

Matthew George’s practice includes litigation, administrative law, business entity law, and transactions.

Health Law

Mr. George represents licensed healthcare professionals including physicians, pharmacists, psychiatrists, nurses, and chiropractors in malpractice litigation and administrative matters involving licensing, certifications, and privileges. In addition to representing these licensed individuals, Mr. George also represents health care entities in litigation, arbitration, intellectual property proceedings, and transactions.


In addition to his work in the healthcare arena, Mr. George has successfully represented clients in matters wholly unrelated to healthcare including, but not limited to, personal injury defense, construction defect defense, wage disputes, and corporate transactions. As with his work in the healthcare arena, Mr. George approaches these matters with dedication to providing thorough and cost-effective representation.

Memberships, Associations, and Interests

Mr. George has been admitted to practice in Colorado and in the Federal District Court of Colorado. Mr. George is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association, the Colorado Bar Association, the Denver Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, and the Douglas County Bar.

When he isn’t practicing law, Mr. George enjoys attending local music and art festivals, hiking, golfing, and cheering on the Broncos.


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