Phillip Amos Lawyer was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. He is an attorney who has worked on behalf of survivors of intimate partner violence at a community non-profit before attending law school and then clerking for the Honorable William Robbins in Denver District Court.
Throughout his career, Phillip Amos served as a Deputy District Attorney for 10 years. Half of this time was spent focusing on how to serve children in the community and whether they were victims of violence or charges with offenses. He ultimately led our Human Trafficking Unit and has been appointed by Governor John Hickenlooper to Colorado’s Human Trafficking Council where he shapes policy that protects our community from trafficking crimes.
After receiving his law degree from the University of Denver, Phillip Amos Lawyer became a Magistrate Judge in Colorado where he presided over alternative courts and served as the first-ever head of Denver's efforts to reduce incarceration rates.
As a lawyer, Phillip Amos also enjoys painting. In his spare time, he can often be found sketching and painting the great outdoors from southern Arizona to the Canadian Rockies, California coast to the Rocky Mountains. His love of traditional landscape paintings inspires him in these areas where one may travel for miles without seeing man's influence on nature.
Deputy District Attorney
Denver District Court
Phillip Amos is a lawyer from Denver, Colorado.