Garrett is a graduate of the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law where he was a board member on the University of Denver Water Law Review, participated in the National Native American Law Students Association national moot court competition, and worked as a student attorney in the school’s Environmental Clinic. While in law school, Garrett interned for Defenders of Wildlife, Gablehouse Granberg, LLC, and the John Barth Law Office where he assisted with environmental and administrative litigation. He also worked as a law clerk at the Native American Rights Fund in Boulder, Colorado, where he assisted with high impact litigation. Garrett specializes in Federal Indian Law and has assisted in the representation of various tribal interests throughout his professional experiences.
Prior to law school, Garrett had a career in education and community development. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Illinois Wesleyan University, and Master’s Degrees from PACE University and the University of Kansas. He is an avid supporter of Arsenal Football Club in London and enjoys good food, the mountains, and generally anything that one can enjoy in the beautiful Colorado sun.