Colorado Law recognizes some its most impressive alumni throughout their career paths.
For nearly four decades, Beverly Ledbetter (’72) has served as general counsel for Brown University, a prestigious position she’s decided to keep even when presented with other career opportunities, including a nomination to serve as assistant attorney general in the Reagan administration. The most amazing thing about her successful legal career is perhaps how it started almost by accident.
Sarah Morris came to law school with a passion for the nonprofit sector and a curiosity about estate planning. Through cultivating mentors and staying true to her passions, she was able to use her law degree to advocate for causes she cares about as a fundraising professional.