Skip to main content
Carrell Covington Doyle

Carrell Covington Doyle

Practice areas:

Native Peoples Law

    How would you rate this lawyer?

    If you’re a current or former client, share your thoughts (anonymously, if you prefer). Would you recommend this lawyer to other clients?

    Review Carrell Doyle

    Practice Areas

    Licensed since 2009

    1. Native Peoples Law: 100%

    Payment

    Payment Types:

    Cash, Check, Credit Card

    Attorney Endorsements

    0 total

    Endorsements from fellow lawyers are an important consideration for many when selecting the right attorney. Be the first to endorse your colleague!

    Endorse this lawyer

    Resume

    License
    StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
    COActive200906/30/2015

    Professional Misconduct

    We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
    Avvo Contributions
    Legal Answers
    Awards
    Award NameGrantorDate Granted
    Indian Law Certificate with HonorsUniversity of Colorado Law School2009
    Indian Law Clinic AwardUniversity of Colorado Law School2009
    Natural Resources AwardUniversity of Colorado Law School2009
    Best Student NoteColorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy2008

    Work Experience
    TitleCompany NameDuration
    Clerk for the Honorable John R. WebbColorado Court of Appeals2009 - 2010

    Associations
    Association NamePosition NameDuration
    Colorado Bar Association, Family Law SectionMember2010 - Present
    Colorado Bar AssociationMember2009 - Present

    Publications
    Publication NameTitleDate
    University of Colorado Law ReviewTroy A. Eid and Carrie Covington Doyle, "Separate But Unequal: The Federal Criminal Justice System in Indian Country"2010

    Education
    School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
    University of Colorado Law SchoolN/AJ.D.2009
    University of UtahAmerican HistoryM.A.2004
    Rice UniversityHistory and Policy StudiesB.A.1998