Darryl was raised on a small farm in Canada. There he discovered a deep connection to the land, developed a strong work ethic, and gained an appreciation for family and community. This appreciation was enhanced during his many years involved in post-secondary education. Darryl spent the last 10 years researching, writing, and teaching on the nature of the self, the nature of the social and political spheres, and the possibilities for justice within our pluralistic society.
Having received his PhD from the University of Chicago in 2019, Darryl has served as adjunct faculty at Regis University in Denver, teaching the study of religion to undergraduates. There he regularly sought to instill in his students a continuing curiosity and appreciation for difference. He has received training in restorative justice facilitation through the Longmont Community Justice Partner, and served both as a community member and facilitator-in-training for that program.
Darryl believes strongly in the possibility of attaining justice and works hard to ensure that it is within reach of all people. Recently transitioned from research and teaching to Family Law, Darryl brings to the firm a strong background in research and writing, communicating complex ideas at a general level, and guiding people through challenging times in their lives.
Outside of the office, Darryl enjoys spending time with his family in the Colorado wilderness. Favorite activities include off-roading, camping, hiking, and especially rock and ice climbing. During the spring months he works extensively as a collegiate baseball umpire.