Elizabeth McClintock (formerly Chapman) graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 1995. Shortly thereafter, she moved to Colorado and began practicing law with the Pueblo firm of Koncilja & Koncilja, P.C. During that time, Ms. McClintock’s practice focused primarily on plaintiff’s personal injury, worker’s compensation and social security disability litigation. Ms. McClintock took a position at the Office of the Fourth Judicial District Attorney in 1996. During her years as a Deputy District Attorney (D.D.A.), she worked in the County, Juvenile and District Courts, litigating a range of cases from traffic violations to serious felony offenses. A significant portion of her time at the D.A.’s Office was spent prosecuting juvenile sexual offenses and direct file felony cases in the District Court. After leaving the D.A.’s Office, Ms. McClintock joined Ted McClintock in forming the criminal defense law firm of McClintock & McClintock, P.C. As a partner in that firm for 13 years, she handled hundreds of criminal appeals and post-conviction proceedings and argued numerous cases before the Colorado Court of Appeals and the Colorado Supreme Court. Additionally, Ms. McClintock co-chaired several high profile and serious felony cases, such as the Gary Hill murder trial in which she successfully argued the “Make My Day” defense to get Mr. Hill acquitted of all charges, including first degree murder. Ms. McClintock has tried several felony sexual offense cases as well as other felony level criminal cases. Please see the section of this website that has links to noteworthy cases Ms. McClintock has argued in recent years. Ms. McClintock joined the McDivitt Law Firm in 2013 to supervise the workers’ compensation section of that firm. While supervising other attorneys at the firm, Ms. McClintock took dozens of claims to hearing before administrative law judges and settled several millions of dollars of client claims.