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.
Breanne Johnson ('14) - Immigration Attorney
Breanne Johnson ended up as an associate attorney at the global immigration firm Stern & Curray LLC because of a Christmas party. She capitalized on the opportunities and resources at the University of Colorado Law School, and continues to implement the skills she acquired as a student as well as the networking abilities that led to her current job.
Alumni at the height of their careers.
September 2017 - Jim Coyle ('85)
University of Colorado Law School alumnus Jim Coyle has devoted his career to helping other lawyers be the best they can be. As attorney regulation counsel for the Colorado Supreme Court, Coyle helps to regulate the legal profession in Colorado in a variety of areas, from attorney admissions to continuing legal and judicial education. Under Coyle’s leadership, the Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel has become “less focused on only being a disciplinary agency and more focused on being an agency that can really help lawyers be better lawyers.”
Honoring prestigious departed alumni