From Private Practice to Gorsuch Clerk to Senate Staff: A Denver Lawyer's Career Whirlwind
In less than a year, Michael Davis went from managing a two-lawyer firm to clerking for Justice Neil Gorsuch to screening judicial nominations for Senate Republicans. "I'm glad I did it," Davis said in a recent interview, "but it's not something that I sought.”
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As recently as March, Michael Davis was minding his own business—literally—as managing partner of a two-lawyer firm in Denver calledMRDLaw.
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