Darin McDougall is a graduate of the New Mexico School of Law. He began his legal career as a Public Defender, where he honed his negotiation and trial skills in hundreds of criminal cases and developed effective case management systems and trial techniques. Darin represents criminal defendants throughout the state of New Mexico in cases ranging from simple misdemeanors to serious felonies.
Darin also has expertise in the area of divorce and family law, where he combines real-world experience with a strong commitment to his clients, and a high level of legal skill to provide outstanding results in his cases. Darin handles cases statewide in the area of divorce and family law, including divorce, custody, property and retirement division, and handles a full range of cases from simple, uncontested matters to complex divorces.
Darin is deeply connected to the legal community in New Mexico, with a large network of judges, attorneys, and court staff with whom he has developed strong working relationships. Darin is also community service-oriented and is a former Director on the board of the New Mexico Young Lawyers Division, where he worked on programs for first responders, law students, and organized Constitution Day where judges and attorneys spend a day teaching 5th-grade students about our Constitution.