Casey Weaver


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Casey Weaver


A member of the water practice group, Casey provides counsel to municipalities, special districts, mutual ditch companies, water users’ associations, and individual water users. Growing up in the Roaring Fork Valley in Colorado, he was impressed by the scarcity of water in the area. This led to his desire to attend Law School to become a water attorney.


Water Law

Education & Experience

Casey graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 2012. He earned his law degree from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law in 2021.

While in law school, Casey served on the editorial board of the University of Denver Water Law Review and as an editor of the Denver Law Review. He also served as a teaching assistant to the department chair of Denver Law’s legal research and writing program, and interned with the Water Court for Water Division No. 5, Denver Water, the Colorado Water Trust, and the Colorado Office of the Attorney General’s Natural Resources and Environment Section.

Following graduation, Casey served as a law clerk to the Honorable Jason D. Carrithers of the First Judicial District Court, in Jefferson County.


Casey has authored Denver v. Consolidated Ditches: Further Refining the Scope of the 1940 Agreement, 23 Univ. Denv. Water L. Rev. 155 (2000) and co-authored Poudre Flows: A New Legal Paradigm, Water Report, Dec. 15, 2021, at 11.

Organizations & Community Involvement

Casey is a member of the Boulder County and Colorado Bar Associations.

He enjoys trail running, ultra marathons, skiing both resort and back country – anything you can do in Colorado. He lives in Boulder.