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.
Misam Ali ('15) - Presidential Management Fellow, U.S. Department of Labor
Throughout Misam Ali’s time in law school, she developed meaningful relationships and dynamic writing skills. After spotting a flyer advertising a new opportunity, she knew she was ready to succeed in the highly competitive application process to become a presidential management fellow for the U.S. Department of Labor, the role she holds today while concurrently serving as a programs and project management subject matter expert for a multi-million dollar IT modernization project.
Alumni at the height of their careers.
July 2018 - Nathan Coats ('77)
The distinguished career of Chief Justice Nathan B. Coats developed from an ability to self-reflect, an important attribute for judges and attorneys alike. Now the head of the Colorado Supreme Court, Coats began his law career with a hunch. “I thought I might be interested in law partly because there were so many things you could do with a law degree,” he said. He chose the University of Colorado for his undergraduate degree and law school because he had visited his father’s family in Sterling, Colorado, many times in his youth. “I only applied to the University of Colorado,” he said. “I knew this was where I wanted to be..."
Honoring prestigious departed alumni