Karey L. James received her bachelorette degree from the University of Colorado at... more
Karey L. James received her bachelorette degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder in Sociology and Womens Studies; during her undergraduate program Karey served as the chair of the board for the Womens Resource Center, she served on the Judicial Review Board, was the president of the Sociological Honors Society, Alpha Kappa Delta and was on the board for the legal fraternity, Phi Alpha... view profile
THOMAS J. BRAHAM Attorney at Law Thomas J. Braham grew up in Northbrook, IL, just... more
THOMAS J. BRAHAM Attorney at Law Thomas J. Braham grew up in Northbrook, IL, just north of Chicago. He earned a full-ride Evans Scholarship to The University of Colorado- Boulder, where he studied English Literature. After opening and running Ben Jerrys Ice Cream Shops north of Chicago, a zoning variance dispute led to law school. Thomas actively contributed to his Moot Court Program, traveled... view profile
Justin received his law degree from the University of Denver in 2010. He served as... more
Justin received his law degree from the University of Denver in 2010. He served as an editor of the schools Transportation Law Journal. Justin received the Scholastic Excellence Award for highest academic achievement in Legal Writing. Justin served as a law clerk for the judges in the Denver Probate Court. He drafted orders and briefs for hearings on guardianship and conservatorship, mental hea... view profile
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