“I am proud of the part I play in helping people create an independent future
after living through family litigation.”

Domestic relations is an increasingly complex area of law and requires a demanding set of experience, skills, and knowledge. An intelligent and careful analysis of complex circumstances is needed, together with an authoritative–while sensitive–approach to guide clients and obtain the best possible outcomes in what is often the most difficult time of their lives. Given the nature of our clients’ problems, we understand that our work does not end at the issuance of a Decree. There is an importance in providing a continuing and comprehensive sort of support. Here, we build relationships.


Colorado Bar Association
Denver Bar Association




Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D., Certificate in Child and Family Law 2020

University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh U.K., MSC. International and European Politics 2015

Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles CA, B.A. Political Science, French and Francophone Studies 2013

Patricia’s Experience

Patricia Martin joined BAM as an Associate Attorney in April 2024.


Prior to joining BAM, Patricia was an associate at a Denver-area law firm where she honed her skills in navigating complex divorce proceedings as a client-focused and zealous legal advocate.


Before that, Patricia practiced as an immigration attorney in Denver, assisting immigrants and their families through the immigration process, both in affirmative and defensive applications. As an immigrant from Spain herself, Patricia is fluent in Spanish and proficient in French, and her dedication to helping others is deeply rooted.


While attending Loyola University Chicago School (“Loyola”) of Law, Patricia gained diverse legal experience. She clerked at a family law firm in Chicago, interned at nonprofits providing legal services to domestic violence victims, and participated in Loyola’s childlaw clinic, gaining court experience in domestic relations and dependency proceedings.


Patricia also interned at the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network, volunteered at immigration detention centers, facilitated citizenship workshops, and provided legal education at the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center.


Patricia was selected to be a fellow with the Civitas Childlaw Center at Loyola based on her academic ability, leadership potential, and a commitment to children’s welfare.


She also was on the Executive Board for Loyola’s competitive Moot Court Program and participated as an oralist for the ABA Moot Court team and the Thomas Tang Moot Court Team, where she and her partner received the Regional Champions award.


Patricia also served as a senior editor of the Children’s Legal Rights Journal.
Prior to attending law school. Patricia traveled extensively through southeast Asia, Europe, and Australia, taught English in South Korea and rural France, and received an MSC in international European Politics from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.


Patricia prides herself on her international experience, which contributes to her ability to communicate with clients from diverse backgrounds and resolve conflicts effectively as an attorney.


She is admitted to the bar in both Colorado and Vermont.


In her spare time, Patricia enjoys outdoor activities with her husband and two sons.

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