Angela M. Vichick

Partner at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP

Angela Vichick is a litigator who represents individual and institutional clients in various complex civil disputes. Angela’s practice focuses on business and real estate litigation involving business tort, contract, civil theft, derivative, fiduciary, fraud, fraudulent/preferential transfer, interpleader, probate, receivership, and quiet title claims (e.g., those involving adverse possession, easements, foreclosure, and spurious documents). Angela’s extensive advocacy experience includes dispositive motions practice, evidentiary hearings, settlement proceedings, arbitrations, bench and jury trials, post-trial proceedings and enforcement of judgments, as well as appeals before the Colorado Court of Appeals, Colorado Supreme Court, and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Angela’s practice was previously based in Aspen, Colorado, before she was invited to serve as an inaugural law clerk and judicial assistant for Justice Melissa Hart of the Colorado Supreme Court.

Clients turn to Angela for her strategic approach to evaluating claims and collateral legal issues, in addition to her ability to optimize case management and decision-making during each phase of litigation. Angela is known for her tenacity in seeking out solutions to legal issues, as well as her writing abilities.

Angela is also an active member of both the Denver and Roaring Fork Valley communities. Passionate about education, housing stability, and small business issues, Angela is a frequent CLE presenter and guest lecturer on those topics, regularly provides related pro bono services, and is a lead high school mock trial program coach, moot court volunteer, and mentor to students pursuing careers in law.

Angela is an avid reader, a beginner cellist, and enjoys true crime podcasts.


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