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Brendan Patrick Rodman

131 Madison Street
Denver, Colorado 80206


Brendan Patrick Rodman has been practicing law as a Civil Defense Attorney after graduating from the University of Tulsa in December 2005. A native of Colorado, Brendan attended Kent Denver High School, in Englewood, Colorado. He completed his undergraduate education at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, obtaining a degree in European History. After graduating from DePauw, Brendan moved to Breckenridge, Colorado. He spent two years working as a Clerk of Court in Park County, Colorado, and as an Adaptive Ski Instructor for the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center. Brendan then attended the University of Tulsa, where he received his Juris Doctor. During law school, Brendan worked at the Boesche Legal Clinic, was on the staff of the University of Tulsa International Law Journal, and completed an internship with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Oklahoma, in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Brendan also obtained certificates in Comparative and International Law, and Public Policy. While in Law School Brendan spent time studying abroad, attending programs at the Graduate Institute of International Studies, in Buenos Aires, Argentina; The University of Edinburgh, School of Law, in Edinburgh, Scotland; The University College Dublin, in Dublin, Ireland; The Institute of European Studies, in Leuven, Belgium, and; The Graduate Institute of International Studies, in Geneva, Switzerland. Brendan has been a member of the Denver Bar Association, Colorado Bar Association and Colorado Defense Lawyers Association since 2007. Brendan attended the inaugural ABOTA (American Board of Trial Advocates) National Trial College in 2010 conducted at Princeton University. Brendan has participated in the organization and presentation of the ABOTA Colorado Teacher’s Law School for the past six years. In 2017, Brendan was admitted to the South Dakota Bar. Brendan enjoys spending time with his wife, Yvonne, and two sons, Keegan and Banner, and attempts to spend as much time as possible fly fishing, skiing, hunting, camping, attending live music, and traveling.