Claire joined Investigations Law Group as an analyst in early 2022. In her role, Claire utilizes her advanced writing and research skills to analyze a case and assist in report drafting. Her eye for identifying employment issues and her strong need to get to the bottom of a factual scenario make her a useful addition to any case that she works on.
Prior to joining the ILG team, Claire worked as an associate attorney at a plaintiff’s employment discrimination and sexual harassment law firm in Denver. Through her experience litigating employment matters, Claire learned how to investigate the intricate factual details of her cases and broker a resolution that was agreeable to all parties. Her work as an employment attorney has given her the tools necessary to dig deep into a case, uncover the truth, and analyze the results.
Claire graduated cum laude from Tulane University in New Orleans with a double major in Political Science and English, and a minor in Spanish. She received her juris doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where she focused on employment law and was an associate editor for the Denver Law Review. Her work as an editor honed her sharp attention to detail and her passion for accuracy.
Claire is an active member of the Colorado Women’s Bar Association, and the CO Bar Association Young Lawyers Division. In her free time, she enjoys skiing, listening to live music, and trying new Denver restaurants.