Aisha is an incoming attorney in the firm’s corporate and real estate groups. Her practices including assisting with mergers and acquisitions, commercial real estate, project development, and business and corporate transactions.
A graduate of the University of Colorado Law, Aisha took part in the Colorado Pledge to Diversity program, Silicon Flatirons, Native American Law Student Association, and the Black Law Students Association. In addition, she worked as student attorney in the American Indian Law Clinic. There she collaborated with co-counsel to write a white paper on the effects of human trafficking on the Navajo Nation Reservation and, she drafted several issue alerts on issues that impact indigenous communities. Before attending law school, Aisha graduated from University of Colorado at Boulder with a Latin honors degree in History.
Prior to joining BHGR as an incoming associate, Aisha served as a Law Clerk for the firm from summer 2019 through 2020. She was also a summer Law Clerk specializing in complex litigation, product liability, and insurance coverage at Wells, Anderson & Race, LLC. during the summer of 2018.
A Colorado native, Aisha enjoys hiking, playing basketball and tennis, painting and traveling in her free time.
EDUCATION & ADMISSIONS
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO SCHOOL OF LAW, 2020
BACHELOR OF ARTS
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO BOULDER, 2017
Professional Associations & Civic Affliations
Colorado Bar Association
Sam Cary Bar AssociatioN
Habitat for Humanities, Volunteer
Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, Volunteer
Colorectal Cancer Coalition, Volunteer
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