University of Colorado School of Law

The following University of Colorado School of Law students have received fellowships from Equal Justice America. These fellowships are made possible by contributions from University of Colorado School of Law alumni. With continued support from the alumni, we look forward to putting many more University of Colorado law students to work providing vitally needed legal assistance to the poor.

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(Equal Justice America is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation unaffiliated with any law school.)

Please click the links below to read more about the students’ EJA Fellowships.

Abigail Rings

“I am writing to thank Equal Justice America for facilitating the opportunity for me to intern with Boulder County Legal Services (BCLS) this year. During my time with BCLS, I improved my legal research and writing skills, became familiar with family, elder, and immigration law, learned how to work in a legal office, and helped fulfill the needs of people in my community. I could not have asked for a better way to spend my year, and I am grateful for the experience.” –Abigail Rings, University of Colorado School of Law, EJA Fall 2015 & Spring 2016 Fellow

Spring 2017
  • Marcus Degen worked at Colorado Legal Services in Denver.
Spring 2016
  • Abigail Rings and Kelton Shockey worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Fall 2015
  • Abigail Rings and Kelton Shockey worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Fall 2014
  • Kurt Brandner and Molly McClurg worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Summer 2014
Spring 2014
  • Vikrama Chandrashekar and Christen Nickel worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Fall 2013
  • Vikrama Chandrashekar and Christen Nickel worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Summer 2013
  • Kristen Rouse worked at the Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center in Denver.
Spring 2013
  • Travis Bruner and John Estes worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Fall 2012
  • John Estes and Alejandro Vera worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Spring 2012
  • Preston Dryer and Marissa Johnson worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Fall 2011
  • Ashley Cousineau and Preston Dryer worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Spring 2011
  • Ashley Andrews worked at the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network in Westminster, CO.
  • Elizabeth Bonanno and Ashley Shannon worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Fall 2010
  • Chelsea Lassen worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Summer 2010
  • Alison Jensen worked at the Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center in Denver.
Spring 2010
  • Abbie Johnson worked at Colorado Legal Services.
  • Alex San Filippo-Rosser continued his work at Colorado Legal Services.
Fall 2009
  • Alex San Filippo-Rosser worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Summer 2009
  • Ashley Harrington worked at the Immigrant Legal Center in Boulder.
  • Abbie Johnson worked at the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network in Westminster, CO.
Spring 2009
  • Frederick Johnson worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Summer 2008
  • Valerie Gaimon worked at the Children’s Law Center of Los Angeles.
  • Abbie Johnson worked at the Rocky Mountain Survivors Center in Denver.
  • Jorge Loweree worked at the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network.
  • Warren Myers worked at the Immigrant Legal Center.
Spring 2008
  • Jessie Freer and Jorge Loweree worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Fall 2007
  • Jorge Loweree and Lindsay VanGilder worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Spring 2007
Fall 2006
  • Tracy Green and Rachel Ollar worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Summer 2005
  • Amy Kortas worked at the Chicago Legal Clinic.
  • Brian Sullivan and Sarah Doll worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Spring 2005
  • Brian Sullivan worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Fall 2002
  • Amber Tafoya worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Summer 2002
  • Marla Kerr worked at the Rocky Mountain Children’s Justice Center in Denver.
  • Amber Tafoya worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Spring 2001
  • Nina Seevers and Lisa Courtney worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Fall 1999
  • Jessica Kirkpatrick worked at Colorado Legal Services.
Summer 1998
  • Sarah Block worked at Colorado Legal Services
  • Melissa Campabosa worked for the Cheyanne River Sioux Tribe in South Dakota.