Leah Fugere

Leah Fugere

Leah is a summer associate in the Denver office. She attends the University of Colorado School of Law and expects to graduate in May 2020. Leah is the Editor-in-Chief of the Colorado Law Review, serves as the Deputy Director for the pro bono Acequia Assistance Project, and is a member of the CU Law National Moot Court Team. This past semester, she was selected as a Wyss Scholar for her interest in public lands issues in the American West. Prior to attending law school, Leah worked as a Senior Assistant Director of Admission at Colorado College, her alma mater. She received a degree in Political Science and Resource Systems of the American West in 2012 before completing a year of public service for an anti-poverty nonprofit in Birmingham, AL.

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    Leah is a summer associate in the Denver office. She attends the University of Colorado School of Law and expects to graduate in May 2020. Leah is the Editor-in-Chief of the Colorado Law Review, serves as the Deputy Director for the pro bono Acequia Assistance Project, and is a member of the CU Law National Moot Court Team. This past semester, she was selected as a Wyss Scholar for her interest in public lands issues in the American West. Prior to attending law school, Leah worked as a Senior Assistant Director of Admission at Colorado College, her alma mater. She received a degree in Political Science and Resource Systems of the American West in 2012 before completing a year of public service for an anti-poverty nonprofit in Birmingham, AL.

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