About Michael Grills

Professional Experience and License

Private law practice with emphasis in auto collision and personal injury litigation, divorce and family law, and other civil litigation (1990 to present)
Admission to Colorado Bar, 1990


Law Degree (Juris Doctor), 1990, University of Colorado at Boulder
Staff Editor, University of Colorado Law Review
Student Attorney, Legal Aid and Defender Program
Bachelor of Arts, 1979, University of Colorado at Boulder

Professional Affiliations

Member, Colorado Bar Association (1990 to present)

Member, Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (1990 to present)

Member, Boulder County (1990 -1997) and Adams/Broomfield (1997 to present) Bar Associations

Chair, Civil Practice Section, Adams/Broomfield Bar Association (2011 to present)

Professional Training

National Institute of Trial Advocacy, Trial Skills Program (July 2004)

Colorado Bar Association 40 Hour Mediation Training (August 2007)


“Expert Testimony on Rape Trauma Syndrome in Colorado: Broadening Admissibility to Address the Question of Consent in Sexual Assault Prosecutions”, 61 U. Of Colorado Law Review 833 (1990).

Published Appellate Decisions

In re Parental Responsibilities of M.D.E., 12 CA2482(Colo.App. 2013).

Williams v. State Dept. of Highways, 879 P.2d. 490 (Colo.App. 1994).

Attorney Michael J. Grills

Dedication to Success

"Michael is not only compassionate about his practice but his clients as well. He has a way of making you feel comfortable to discuss every aspect of the case with him. He has an understanding and knowledge of the law that makes him second to none. I am so glad that I was given Michael's number, I am sure that my situation would have ended up differently without him."

S., a Former Client