Sean Watkins is a passionate advocate dedicated to helping clients that have suffered injury due to the wrongful acts of others. Mr. Watkins received his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Concordia College in 2013, where his passion for advocacy took root. While in college, Mr. Watkins served as the President of the Concordia Philosophy Club. Immediately following his undergraduate studies, Mr. Watkins pursued his Juris Doctorate at Mitchell Hamline College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota, graduating in May of 2016.
During law school, Mr. Watkins actively pursued opportunities to advocate for underserved communities. Mr. Watkins served as a student attorney at the Public Defender’s Office in Stillwater, Minnesota. Mr. Watkins also participated in the Mitchell Hamline Indian Law Clinic as a Public Defender in Tribal Court for defendants on the Menominee Reservation. After graduating from law school, Mr. Watkins moved to Colorado and gained additional experience working in the areas of criminal law, family law, and fair debt collection practices. Prior to Joining Gaiennie Law Offices, Mr. Watkins worked as an associate at another law firm practicing solely personal injury.
Mr. Watkins came to Gaiennie Law Offices in order to help facilitate the restoration of clients who have wrongfully suffered both physical and financial injury. Mr. Watkins is committed to obtaining the best possible results for every client, and he prioritizes client satisfaction in every case.
While he is not advocating for clients, Mr. Watkins enjoys painting, playing racquetball, and hiking throughout the beautiful State of Colorado.