Ms. Bailey is a civil litigation attorney whose practice focuses on complex civil litigation, including the defense of healthcare professionals and entities involved in professional negligence and liability claims. Ms. Bailey has extensive experience in all aspects of civil litigation including taking and defending expert depositions, successfully drafting and arguing dispositive motions, including appellate briefs, negotiating favorable resolutions, and representing clients in ten jury trials in both federal and state court. Ms. Bailey also provides risk-management advice to corporations.
While in law school, Ms. Bailey worked as a judicial intern to Justice Christine Durham of the Utah Supreme Court and as a senior editor on BYU’s law review. Ms. Bailey won BYU’s Linda B. Anderson Trial Advocacy Competition two years in a row.
Outside of the office, Ms. Bailey is a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado’s Mentor 2.0 program at Sheridan High School and can also be found enjoying a run or hike on one of Colorado’s beautiful trails.
- Brigham Young University, J.D., 2013 cum laude
- Brigham Young University-Idaho, B.A., Communications, 2009
- Colorado Bar Association
- Denver Bar Association
- Colorado Women’s Bar Association
- Richards Brandt Miller Nelson, Law Clerk 2013
- U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Utah, Law Clerk, 2013
- Supreme Court of Utah, Justice Christine Durham, Judicial Intern, 2012