YLD Leadership

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Jennie Wray

YLD CHAIR, PUBLIC Relations & Membership co-chair

Jennie is a 2006 graduate of Vermont Law School. She practices Family Law at The Harris Law Firm P.C.. You might be surprised to know: “I was stuck in a tent by myself on Denali at 14,200 feet for 8 days.” 

 
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Abby Hinchcliff

YLD CHAIR ELECT, strategic PLANNING CO-CHAIR

Abby is a 2012 graduate of Yale Law School. She practices Commercial Litigation at Bartlit Beck LLP. You might be surprised to know: “I’m a triplet – but I’m the only lawyer. My two sisters are surgeons in California and Massachusetts.”
 

 
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Adrienne Boyd

strategic PLANNING CO-CHAIR

Adrienne is a 2016 graduate of The University of Michigan Law School. She practices Commercial Litigation at Arnold & Porter. You may be surprised to know: “I spent my last semester of law school working with refugees in South Africa.”

 
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Kelly Murphy

Public Relations & Membership Co-Chair

Kelly is a 2012 graduate of Thomas Jefferson School of Law. She practices Family Law at The Harris Law Firm P.C.. You might be surprised to know: “Law is my second career. Prior to practicing law, I owned an art studio and worked in film as a scenic artist for many years.”

 
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Lauren Carboni

Fundraising & Events Co-Chair, YLD Chair Emeritus

Lauren Carboni is a 2013 graduate of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. She practices Commercial Litigation and Government Contracts at Dentons. You might be surprised to know: “I won $500 in a basketball shooting competition in college.”

 
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Tess Hand-Bender

Fundraising & Events Co-Chair

Tess is a 2010 graduate of Berkeley Law. She practices Commercial Litigation at Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP. You might be surprised to know: “Despite living in California for nine years and protesting I would never move back to Denver, I not only moved back but bought a house one block from my high school. I couldn’t be happier.” 

 
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Liz Froehlke

Hate Crimes Education Co-Chair

Liz is a 2013 graduate of the University of Colorado Law School.  She practices Employment Law at Littler Mendelson P.C. You might be surprised to know: “I have been to between one and six home Notre Dame football games every year since I was 5 years old.”

 
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Mack Wilding

Hate Crimes Education Co-Chair

Mack is a 2016 graduate of the University of Colorado Law School.  He practices Complex Commercial Litigation at Ballard Spahr LLP.  You might be surprised to know: “Before attending law school, I spent seven years working as a chef in restaurants, as well as for a traveling dignitary.”

 
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Stephanie Kanan

Legal Night Co-Chair

Stephanie is a 2010 graduate of the University of Colorado Law School. She practices Commercial Litigation and Insolvency & Restructuring Law at Snell & Wilmer. You might be surprised to know: “I served in the Peace Corps for two years, stationed in western Kenya.”

 
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Ellie Lockwood

Legal Night Co-Chair

Ellie is a 2010 graduate of University of Denver Sturm College of Law. She practices Litigation at Snell & Wilmer. You might be surprised to know: “I was formerly a nationally-ranked competitive snowboarder.”

 

Caitlin McHugh

Special Projects Co-Chair

Caitlin is a 2012 graduate of the University of Colorado Law School. She practices Civil and Commercial Litigation at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP. You might be surprised to know: “I used to work at Red Rocks so I’ve been lucky enough to see more than 100 shows there.”

 
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Ryan Thurber 

Special Projects Co-Chair

Ryan is a 2013 graduate of the University of Colorado Law School. He practices Health Care Law at Polsinelli PC. You might be surprised to know: “I've only broken one bone (so far, knock on wood). In keeping with the Colorado spirit of engaging in extreme sports and other adventurous outdoor activities, I was playing tetherball.”