Cormac Bloomfield is an associate in the Trial Group at
Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP. Cormac received his J.D. from Duke
University, his M.A. in International Development from the University of Sussex
in Brighton, England, and his B.S. from Ohio State University in International
Relations with minors in Global Public Health, Russian, and History.

Prior to joining Davis Graham, Cormac served as a law
clerk for the Honorable Maria Berkenkotter of the Colorado Supreme Court and
the Honorable Charles Kornmann of the U.S. District Court for the District of
South Dakota. While at his two clerkships, he deepened his legal experience and
assisted in authoring dozens of judicial opinions in civil and criminal
proceedings, including on orders related to motions to dismiss, summary
judgment, excluding expert witnesses, and preliminary injunctions.

Earlier in his career, he completed internships with the
U.S. Department of Justice’s Public Integrity Section, the Southern
Environmental Law Center, and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Yellowstone
National Park. Cormac served as a law clerk in the Denver office of a
national firm and was also a White House intern in the Agency Liaison office
prior to law school.

During law school, Cormac was the
editor-in-chief of the Alaska Law Review, research
editor for the Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum, and a
mock trial board member.

Cormac is a member of the Colorado Bar
Association’s Amicus Committee and the Minoru Yasui American Inn of Court. He
currently serves on the Denver Bar Association Nominating Committee and serves
as a representative for the Denver Bar Association to the Colorado Bar
Association’s Board of Governors. Cormac is also a member of the Denver
Press Club.

Publications

  • “Fracking the Bakken: Reinterpreting the Public Trust Doctrine and State Constitutional Law Towards Beneficial Use Principles,” 61 Natural Resources Journal 205 (2021)
  • “The Endangered Species Act and Delisting Distinct Population Segments: Antithetical to the Stature or Permissible with Guidance?” 30 Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum 317 (2020)
  • “Avoiding the Obvious: Plain Meaning and the Endangerment of Alaska’s Hunting Laws in Kinmon v. State,” 37 Alaska Law Review 127 (2020)

Practices & Industries

Admitted In

Colorado

The Court of Federal Claims

U.S. District Court of Colorado

Education

Duke University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2021

University of Sussex, with Merit, M.A., 2019

The Ohio State University, B.S., magna cum laude, 2017

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