Upon graduating from Washington University Law School in 1984 Ms. Thornton worked in the San Diego District Attorney’s Office. She then entered private practice to work for a national insurance defense firm handling professional malpractice cases. Ms. Thornton formed the Law Offices of Audrey Powers Thornton in 1991 specializing in real property law, partnership disputes and financial elder abuse litigation. In 2010 Ms. Thornton started representing borrowers during the foreclosure crisis, litigating predatory lending actions and making inroads in lending liability. Ms. Thornton was a founding member of Thornton Koller in 2010.
Chuck has been a licensed attorney since 1991. He has two undergraduate degrees — a Bachelor of Science from California State University, Long Beach and a Bachelor of Arts from University of Central Florida. Chuck worked as a City Planner for the City of Titusville, Florida for six years. He attended University of Denver College of Law where he graduated Order of St. Ives (top 10%) and was Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Transportation Law Journal. Chuck was twice Hoffman Cup winner (mock trial competition) and he and his trial partner were National Semi-Finalists in the American Trial Lawyers Association Law School Mock Trial Competition.