I strongly believe that the purpose of the law is to ensure that justice is accessible to and attainable for wronged parties regardless of their resources, and that each person deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. Unfortunately, the complexities of the legal system and an imbalance of resources can sometimes stand in the way of that mission and prevent injured parties from receiving just compensation. However, as your attorney, I will work tirelessly to ensure that these barriers to access to justice are removed and that you get the justice you deserve. Injuries and losses can feel overwhelming and isolating, especially when faced with dealing with the unknown challenge of the legal system, but I will always work to the best of my ability to advocate for you every step of the way.
I am a recent graduate at University of Colorado Law and was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 2020. Finishing classes and studying for the bar during a pandemic brought its challenges, but I have always known that my skills and values are suited for a career in the law and was determined to move forward. While I am new to the legal profession, I will use this to your advantage, looking at each case with a fresh perspective and new ideas. It is important that my clients never feel like they are just a number, or that I am just going through the same routine steps without listening to their individual needs.
While many law students change their focus during school, from the beginning I’ve always known that I wanted to work for people, not companies. During law school, I worked as a law clerk for a firm in Denver, focusing exclusively on Plaintiff’s civil cases ranging from car accidents to complex medical malpractice cases. In this role, I took pride in being proactive and always seeking out new opportunities to help wherever needed, from picking up clients at the airport to drafting complex legal documents. In my two years as a law clerk, I gained valuable experience, learning the intricacies of the law and how to be the best advocate possible for my clients.
Prior to law school, I worked as a Fraud Analyst for a bank. In this role, I interacted daily with victims of fraud and helped them understand complex situations. Often times these individuals were upset and confused, and I had to remain calm while working quickly to solve their unique problems. No matter what challenges arose on the job, customer satisfaction was my first priority, and I received numerous positive reviews; one satisfied customer even offered me a new job after our interaction, although I politely declined.
In my new role as a licensed attorney, I am eager to use my unique combination of education and experience to take a more active role in helping people get the justice they deserve. Please contact me for a free consultation so we can begin working together towards achieving the best result possible.
I live in Broomfield with my two rescue dogs Rico and Noodles. When I’m not at work I enjoy rollerblading, spending time with friends (social-distanced), cooking, and volunteering with a refugee advocacy organization.