Colorado Law recognizes some its most impressive alumni throughout their career paths.
Recent alumni who have found satisfying, meaningful employment in their first five years after graduation.
Mike Dornik ('14) - Corporate Counsel
Mike Dornik came to Colorado Law seeking a job in Colorado’s technology law sector. He left with that and a web of useful skills and connections which not only landed him his job but have also enhanced his work.
Alumni at the height of their careers.
July 2017 - Dick Gast ('81)
As a fourth-generation Colorado lawyer, Richard (Dick) Gast’s connections to the state and its legal community run deep. Gast’s great-grandfather, Charles E. Gast, moved to Pueblo in 1873, and went into practice with Henry Thatcher, who later became the first chief justice of the Colorado Supreme Court. Dick’s grandfather, Robert S. Gast, and father, Robert S. Gast, Jr., also carried on the family tradition of practicing law in Colorado. Now, Dick is making his own Colorado legacy in Fort Collins where he practices real estate, business, and banking law at Gast Johnson & Muffly PC.
Honoring prestigious departed alumni