Kendrick Davis

Kendrick Davis
Member, Doyle Inn of Court
Member, Denver Bar Association
Member, Colorado Bar Association – Civil Rights Section
Member, Colorado Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association
Kendrick has spent his legal career tackling thorny civil and criminal matters, each presenting their own unique challenges. His passion for correcting the wrongs his clients have suffered and improving the legal landscape fuels his zealous advocacy. He approaches every case with the same attention to detail and places an emphasis on communicating clearly and consistently with his clients. He takes the time to thoroughly understand his clients’ needs to effectively curtail and find the best solution for each client. Kendrick believes effective representation begins at the very first client meeting and he strives to ensure his clients feel understood and advocated for.

Areas of Practice

Business Entities
Real Estate
Commercial and Transactional Law
After Kendrick’s client’s claims were deemed moot because he was transferred to another facility within the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), he worked tirelessly on his client’s appeal to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Kendrick’s efforts, along with his colleagues, earned a favorable decision from the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, and created new precedent to aid all incarcerated people who are moved to different facilities throughout their cases.
Kendrick assisted in obtaining the largest known public settlement against the BOP for a previously incarcerated individual who suffers from a brittle form of type 1 diabetes. The client was denied adequate medical care while incarcerated, and Kendrick’s work to obtain a favorable outcome pursuant to his client’s goals helped end ten years of federal litigation.
Kendrick took lead in writing an amicus brief in support of a petition for certiorari to the United States Supreme Court. The brief urged against the use of prolonged and indefinite solitary confinement and showcased the detrimental physical and mental implications, less invasive alternatives, and the fractured review process to support a client challenging the legality to his 23+ years in solitary confinement.


East Central University, B.S. in Biology with a focus on Russian Studies
University of Denver Sturm College of Law, J.D.
Prior to joining Ogborn Mihm, Kendrick was a student attorney in Denver University’s nationally regarded Civil Rights Clinic advocating on behalf of incarcerated individuals by challenging the constitutionality of their conditions of confinement. Kendrick interned for the Honorable Jerry Jones on the Colorado Court of Appeals and clerked for the Honorable Sarah Cure in Colorado’s Eighth Judicial District.
Kendrick currently lives in Fort Collins and has two beloved dogs. As a transplant to Colorado, he takes advantage of cliché Colorado activities – hiking, camping, and skiing. Kendrick is also a novice houseplant collector who enjoys watching movies, playing board games, and discovering music.
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