Leah Regan-Smith


Leah Regan-Smith

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Known for her keen analytical skills and ability to craft persuasive arguments, Leah approaches each case with a strategic mindset and a determination to quickly and efficiently secure the best possible outcome for her clients.

Leah has won multiple cases for her clients through her exceptional research and writing ability, for example, securing a dismissal with prejudice of breach of contract, declaratory judgment, and 42 U.S.C. Section 1983 claims where the possible exposure to her client was tens of millions of dollars in damages.

Leah is also a strong and effective advocate for her clients outside of the courtroom. For example, she recently negotiated an Assurance of Discontinuance that allowed her client to avoid eight-figure potential liability under the Colorado Consumer Protection Act, and led another client to a successful resolution of a multi-million dollar royalty dispute through mediation.

Prior to joining GPMBF Leah worked at Brownstein Hyatt Farber and Schreck where she represented clients in a wide variety of complex commercial disputes and gained specialized knowledge of oil & gas and local government law. Leah has also previously worked as an intern at the Colorado Attorney General’s Office and the District of Columbia Appellate Federal Public Defender’s Office.

In law school, Leah was the Comments Editor of the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, a Pritzker Research Fellow, and a student attorney at the Center on Wrongful convictions.

  • Rafting; crossword puzzles; Denver Nuggets basketball