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Alan Schindler
303.831.7364

EDUCATION

Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2009

University of Michigan, B.A., Political Science, 2005

PRACTICE AREAS

Criminal Defense

Commercial Litigation

Environmental Litigation

Civil Rights Litigation

COURT ADMISSIONS

Colorado

New York State Bar

Alan Schindler brings a broad range of criminal defense and civil litigation experience to Haddon Morgan & Foreman. His experience as both a Public Defender for the Legal Aid Society and as a civil litigator in two prestigious New York law firms allows him to present a unique perspective to the defense of his clients.

Alan received his B.A. from the University of Michigan and his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center. Upon graduation from law school, Alan joined the Legal Aid Society in Queens, New York as a Public Defender. Over the next year, he developed invaluable litigation skills representing numerous indigent clients from arraignment through trial.

Alan then joined the litigation department of White & Case LLP in New York City, where his practice focused on complex bankruptcy litigation and commercial real estate disputes.

Three years later, choosing to broaden the scope of his practice, Alan joined the New York firm of Schulte Roth & Zabel as a Litigation Associate. During his time there, Alan represented clients on matters including real estate disputes, fraudulent conveyance and tax claims, white collar criminal defense and construction litigation. In 2015, Alan moved to Colorado and joined Haddon, Morgan and Foreman.

Alan strives also to maintain a public service focus and he’s chosen to handle numerous immigration matters, particularly asylum applications and the defense of undocumented immigrant children in removal proceedings.


EDUCATION

Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2009

University of Michigan, B.A., Political Science, 2005

PRACTICE AREAS

Criminal Defense

Commercial Litigation

Environmental Litigation

Civil Rights Litigation

COURT ADMISSIONS

Colorado

New York State Bar