She’s Dedicated to Understanding What Results Her Client’s Want. Meet Denver Attorney, Kristin A. Allan
Q: When did you know you would pursue a career as an Attorney? KA: I knew I wanted to pursue a career as an attorney the way every 10-year-old child does: by watching LA Law (or Law & Order or Ally McBeal or Night Court). As a disclaimer, I do not recommend choosing your career path as a young child and based on a television show. But the idea stuck with me. It turned out the idea turned into a plan, and then into a series of decisions and actions, as di..
Her Firm Represents Clients Throughout Eastern Colorado & Beyond Who are Facing Charges at all Levels. Meet Criminal Defense Attorney Becky Briggs
Prior to establishing her office in Pueblo, Ms. Briggs was a former Deputy Colorado Public Defender who worked in Pueblo and Grand Junction. She then entered private practice in Southwestern Colorado. She has represented clients facing a wide range of criminal charges, from DUI, to distribution of drugs, to sexual assault. She is an experienced trial attorney, with dozens of cases taken to trial in front of Colorado juries. Ms. Briggs is a member of the..
A True Advocate, Offering Zealous Representation for Her Clients. Meet Denver Attorney Lyndsey O’Connell
Lyndsey has a construction background in both residential and commercial renovation and restoration. After beginning her career in fix and flips, Lyndsey started a career in real estate sales, which she loved. As a million dollar producer in her first year and multi-million dollar producer in her second, love turned to success. Because that wasn't enough, Lyndsey decided to quit her job, move to San Antonio, Texas and attend law school at St. Mary's Univer..
Her Ambition is to Provide Legal Services to Clients Victimized By Gender-Based Discrimination. Meet Title IX Staff Attorney & Fellow Camille Agnello
Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center is a Colorado nonprofit law firm providing free legal services to victims of crime in Colorado through our Victim Rights Legal Services, Legal Information Network of Colorado, and Title IX programs.Q: For those in our audience not familiar with the Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center, can you tell us about the organization and the programs and services you provide?CA: Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center (RMvlc) is a non-profit la..
A Conversation with Debra Austin, JD, PhD, Professor of the Practice of Law University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Q: You’re a Professor of the Practice at the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver, can you tell us about the courses to teach and why you chose those areas of law?DA: I teach Lawyering Process, which is a legal research, analysis, and writing course for first year law students. I also teach Professionalism and Well-being Skills for the Effective Lawyer. This class is based on my research into improving brain health and mental strength, which ..
An Exclusive Interview with Author & Professor of Law, Aya Gruber
She teaches first year criminal law, upper-division criminal procedure and various courses involving the interplay of criminal law, feminist legal theory, and critical race theory at the Colorado Law School – University of Colorado Boulder.Professor Gruber was elected to membership in the American Law Institute in 2016 and has been an adviser to ALI Model Penal Code sexual assault project since 2012. As a member of the University of Colorado's Boulder Fac..
She has Practiced Extensively in Construction Defect Law, Commercial Law & Business Litigation & Real Estate Law. Meet Denver Attorney Caroline Beavers
Caroline attended law school at the University of Arkansas in Little Rock at the Bowen School of Law. There, she earned her J.D., while working as an attorney in the Tax Clinic, externing with Housing and Urban Development in the office of their general counsel and serving as president of the UALR Public Interest law society. Caroline worked at the Dillard’s corporate headquarters in Little Rock in their real estate department as a transactional real estat..