Jean Dubofsky was an attorney representing litigants in a wide array of cases, primarily in appellate courts. Dubofsky served as a justice on the Colorado Supreme Court from 1979 until 1987, the first woman appointed to the court. She was lead counsel for the plaintiffs in the successful constitutional challenge to Amendment 2 to the Colorado Constitution, the initial recognition by the United States Supreme of LGBT rights. She served on a number of non-profit boards and currently is a board member for the Museum of Boulder. She retired from practicing law in 2012 and is happy to be a grandmother.