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Marlow Hooper


Marlow B. Hooper is an Associate Attorney at Burnham Law. As a passionate family law advocate, Marlow strives every day to achieve the very best results for his clients and is deeply committed to client satisfaction. Prior to joining the firm, Marlow worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he gained extensive courtroom experience by handling numerous court hearings and jury trials. While working as a prosecutor, Marlow worked with victims of domestic violence, which allows him to now educate clients about the process and issues involved in family law matters when domestic violence is alleged. Subsequent to his time as a prosecutor, Marlow worked as an Associate Attorney at a prominent Santa Fe-based private practice, where he handled family law litigation matters pertaining to divorce and child custody, amongst other practice areas. Marlow was named to The National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 for New Mexico in 2019.

In May 2010, Marlow received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business from Holy Names University in Oakland, California. In May 2013, he obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from Florida A&M University College of Law in Orlando, Florida. While in law school, Marlow was commended by the University for being one of two students to receive the highest grade in his second year Trial Practice course. Before his third year of law school, Marlow gained invaluable motion practice and jury trial experience as a Certified Legal Intern with the Ninth Judicial Circuit Office of the State Attorney.

Marlow is admitted to practice before the state courts of Colorado and New Mexico, the United States District Court for the District of Colorado, the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. He is also admitted to practice in Minnesota (voluntary inactive). His primary focus is family law litigation.