Location: Denver, Colorado
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“I understand that many of our clients come to our office during a confusing and emotionally draining period in their lives. As a paralegal for this firm, it is my goal to provide support and assistance to each and every client. I am always willing to answer questions and address concerns as I realize that family law related issues this can become very difficult and overwhelming. I want to help make this life transition a bit easier for every one of our clients.”
Jamie graduated from Colorado College in the Spring of 2018 with a degree in Sociology, focused on Quantitative Methodologies, and a minor in Feminist and Gender Studies. After her college graduation she joined the staff at Littman Family Law. Jamie is a Notary Public and a member of the Rocky Mountain Paralegal Association. She is a dedicated paralegal and has assisted the firm with website upkeep as well. Her position with the firm as a paralegal is a natural fit for Jamie as she has always devoted a significant portion of her time to helping people navigate complicated systems to obtain necessary services as well as providing her clients with emotional support during trying times.
As a student at Colorado College, Jamie was a founding member of the student run volunteer agency, the Student Title IX Assistance and Resource Team (START). This agency is dedicated to working with students who have had or are currently experiencing gender-based violence. Jamie and her coworkers provided ongoing emotional support to their clients as well as working with them to obtain referrals for assistance within the school as well as from appropriate organizations. While living in Colorado Springs she also volunteered at the El Paso County Court as a Victim Advocate for the local domestic violence resource center for several years. These specific experiences, as well as intensive training in these areas, have contributed to her understanding of complex relationship dynamics. Her ability to comprehend and empathize with the complexities of Family Law issues make her an invaluable staff member.
Jamie is also interested in the area of social justice. This interest led her to complete a summer volunteer internship with Colorado Senator Michael Bennet, involving answering constituent calls and concerns and gathering data regarding Colorado resources.
During college, Jamie’s role as the Hillel co-chair sparked her interest in the controversial issues surrounding the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Ultimately, Jamie’s senior thesis evolved into a quantitative sociological analysis of the American Jewish perspective on Israeli occupation of Palestine. A copy of this well written and thought-provoking thesis is available in the website’s resources section.
Her passion for helping others obtain justice is leading Jamie to a career as an attorney. Next fall she will enroll in a New York law school. As a former New Yorker, she grew up enjoying snowy weather and, like many Colorado residents, appreciates our snowfalls. Her hobbies include snowboarding, cooking, dancing, and walking Kai, our canine legal assistant.