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.
Matt Henderson ('12) - Senior Attorney, Internal Revenue Service
Matt Henderson never thought he would work for the IRS. Nevertheless, an on-campus interview opportunity introduced the idea to him, and now Henderson is a litigator in the U.S. Tax Court with a specialization in international tax issues. He maintains a connection to Colorado Law through the Colorado Law Classic, an alumni-run charity golf tournament he co-founded that raises scholarship funds for Colorado Law students.
Alumni at the height of their careers.
April 2018 - Jennifer Hunt ('98)
As a Colorado transplant, University of Colorado Law School alumna Jennifer Hunt (’98) will tell you that it’s true what they say about Colorado—once you get here, you never want to leave. Originally from Ohio, Hunt has compelling reasons to stay in Colorado, where she has found true purpose in her work serving Colorado’s citizens. Hunt currently serves as the first assistant attorney general for the Antitrust, Tobacco and Consumer Protection Unit at the Office of the Colorado Attorney General.
Honoring prestigious departed alumni