Belzer Law

  • Trial and Appellate Litigation Attorneys
    for Businesses and Individuals
  • (720) 817-3799
  • Boulder Office
    737 29th Street
    Suite 100A
    Boulder, CO 80303
  • Denver Office
    1301 Wazee Street,
    Suite 100A
    Denver, CO 80204

Aaron Belzer

Founder & Managing Attorney


  • Avvo™ – Rating of 10.0
  • Avvo™ – Clients’ Choice Award 2018
  • Super Lawyers™ – Rising Star 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023
  • Martindale-Hubbell™ – AV Preeminent Peer Rated for Highest Level of Professional Excellence, 2021, 2022, 2023
  • Colorado Springs Top Attorneys – 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023


  • University of Denver College of Law, Denver, Colorado J.D. – 2014
  • Western State Colorado University, Gunnison, Colorado B.A. – 2007

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • Boulder Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association:
  • Civil Rights Section,
  • Labor & Employment Law Section,
  • Litigation Section
  • American Registry Most Honored Lawyers – Best of the Best, 2022
  • National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) Trial Skills Certificate (2019)

Bar Admissions

  • Colorado 2014
  • US District Court, District of Colorado, 2014
  • Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2021


Aaron is the founding partner at Belzer Law. A former managing partner at a large Colorado law firm, he is certified as a trial lawyer by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) and was awarded the prestigious Trial Skills Certificate in 2019.

During law school, Aaron was the Editor in Chief of the Denver University Law Review, a position in which he honed his research and writing skills. He went on to serve as law clerk for the Honorable Gilbert M. Román on the Colorado Court of Appeals. There, he served as the judge’s right hand, assisting in analyzing cases, comprehending the application of law to complex cases, and authoring appellate opinions. In his experiences as both Editor in Chief and as an appellate clerk, Aaron had broad exposure to endless areas of the law, accelerating his understanding of Colorado law and further developing his writing, editing, and research skills. These experiences also benefited Aaron’s advocacy abilities by serving as an intensive training in not only understanding numerous areas of the law and nuanced issues therein, but also comprehensive legal research, writing, and oral advocacy. In practice, Aaron applies these skills in his meticulous approach to understanding the key details of cases and the law in order to achieve results.

Aaron is a graduate of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where he was the recipient of the Hartje Objective Writing Award for best objective legal writer, the Arnold P. Chutkow Award for academic achievement and service to the law school, and numerous scholastic excellence awards. Aaron was also part of the Student Trial Lawyers Association and the recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship as well as the Sam and Freda Davis Scholarship, both based on academic merit. Following law school, Aaron worked as a Denver attorney advocating for victims in civil rights and employment discrimination cases.

Aaron focuses on litigating complex contract, property, and tort disputes as well as appeals. He is a board member on the Denver University Law Review Advisory Board, and a member of the American Association for Justice. 

He lives in Boulder County and enjoys skiing, gardening, live music, the Minnesota Vikings, and spending time with his wife and two children.


The New Public Accommodations: Race Discrimination in the Platform Economy

105 Georgetown Law
1271 (2017) (with Nancy Leong)

From Writs to Remedies: A Historical Explanation for Multiple Remedies at Common Law

93 Denver Law Review
Online 1 (2016)

The Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act

Chapter Update, in
Practitioner’s Guide to
Employment Law (Colorado
Bar Association 2014)

Enforcing Rights

62 UCLA Law Review 306
(2015) (with Nancy Leong)

Putting the “Review” Back in Rational Basis Review,

41 Western St. Univ. Law
Review 339 (2014)

Comment, The Audacity of Ignoring Hope: How the Existing Qualified Immunity Analysis Leads to Un-Remedied Rights

90 Denver University Law Review
Review 647 (2013)