Carrie provides vital support to our whole team on both the administrative and legal sides. She assists our attorneys with drafting documents, general correspondences, assisting in preparation for trials, and a variety of other tasks that help our office run smoothly. Her previous work experiences have provided her with a background in family, criminal, civil, and personal injury law. Carrie graduated with her Masters in Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver and while at CU-Denver she worked as a research assistant for the Center on Domestic Violence. She presented her original research at the American University Law School Poverty Law Conference and the Colorado Children’s Caucus Policy Presentation for the Colorado General Assembly where she addressed DHS practices at the federal and local levels, as well as complexities in Colorado child support policies. With each task, Carrie provides attention to detail and helps our Clients navigate the complex nature of their cases.