A Colorado Superlawyer for 11 Years
Attorney Mary Ewing has been practicing law since 1975, bringing experience and knowledge in abundance to every case she represents. Her focus throughout her legal career has been to offer the best representation possible while helping clients through times of crisis.
Known as an "attorney's attorney," the recognition by Mary's peers has resulted in an AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell and the coveted title of a Colorado Super Lawyer from 2005 to 2016. She was recognized by the Top 100 Lawyers Publication with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Mary Ewing practices in the following areas of law: Personal Injury Law; Divorce; Premises Liability; Employment Law; Workers' Compensation; Social Security Disability Claims; Professional Liability and Medical Malpractice.
Admitted: 1975, Colorado and U.S. District Court, District
of Colorado; 1978, U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit; 1979, U.S. Supreme
Law School: University of Denver, J.D., 1975.
College: Centenary College, Louisiana State University
and A. and M. College and University of Colorado, B.A., 1972
Member: Denver, Arapahoe County, Douglas County and Routt
County, Colorado and American (Chairman, Interprofessional Committee, 1980-1981)
Bar Associations; Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (Member, Board of Directors,
1980—); The Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
- Former Member, Executive Board of Directors, Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.
- Co-Author: "Inadequate Disclosures to Clients: Malpractice Pitfall," Vol.
9, No. 11, The Colorado Lawyer, November, 1980;
- "Auto Accident Cases: An Overview," Colorado Auto Litigator's
Handbook, Chapter 4, published by Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (1995).
- Co-Author with Joseph J Branney: "Medical Trial Evidence, For the
Plaintiff: Determining and Proving Damages-For the Defense: Limiting Damages
in Colorado," National Business Institute, Copyright, 1984.
- Assistant Professor of Law, University of Denver College of Law, 1978.
- Part-time Professor of Law, University of Denver College of Law, 1979—.
- Instructor, NITA; Commissioner:
- Commissioner, 18th Judicial Nominating Commission 1993-1999.
- Member, Colorado Supreme Court Committee on Pattern Jury Instructions;
- Chair, Board of Directors, The Lowell Whiteman School, Steamboat Springs, CO;
- The Yellowstone Association, 2003—.
- Certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy
- Board of Directors, Masters of Foxhounds Association.
- Hackbart v. Cincinnati Bengals, 601 F2d 516, (10th Cir. 1979),
- City of Northglenn v. Chevron USA, 519 F.Supp. 515
(Dist. of Colo. 1981); (cert. denied, 44 US 931.)
- In Re the Matter of A.W., 637 P2d 366 (Colo. Sup. 1981)
- Woodsmall v. RTD, 800 F2d 63, (Colo. Sup. 1990)
Born: Shreveport, Louisiana, February 21, 1948