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I grew up in Connecticut as the oldest of eight children.  I knew I wanted to be a lawyer from a young age.  I remember my father telling me that a good lawyer could really help people, and I kept that thought with me as I studied and thought about my future. After graduating from Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut, I attended Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts.  I graduated from Mount Holyoke with a BA in Latin and English.  I then moved to New York City and worked for a large law firm as a paralegal.   I then returned to school to pursue my interest in ancient history and languages.  I attended Duke University in Durham, North Carolina and received a Master's Degree in Classical Studies.  In 1992, I moved to Denver and started law school at the University of Denver's Sturm College of Law. I interned at the office of the Public Defender and the Children's Legal Clinic. I was Senior Editor of the Law Review, and published an article entitled. "Adarand Constructors, Inc. v. Pena: Raising the Level of Scrutiny for Federal Affirmative Action."  After law school, my first job was practicing criminal law at Gerash, Miranda, Gerash. I was involved in many complex, high-profile criminal and civil cases.  Since that time, I have added personal injury, family law and litigation to my practice areas. 

I know your case is the most important thing in your life right now. If you hire me to represent you, I will give my full attention to your case and provide you with zealous, compassionate advocacy.