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Chloe Vickers

Chloe Vickers is one of the firm’s Law Clerks sitting for the February 2020 Colorado Bar Exam. Throughout her 3-years at Suffolk University Law School, she gained a wide range of experience in the clean energy and environmental law sectors at the federal, state, and non-profit levels. Despite attending law school in Boston, MA, Chloe spent her summers interning in Colorado in order to build her professional reputation among Colorado’s legal community. Following these various positions, she has set her sights on a career where she can continue to focus on the environmental law sector, while simultaneously expanding her experience in various legal sectors. Chloe is curre...

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Raymundo Ribota

Raymundo Ribota has a passion for helping others and has done so in a variety of different avenues.  He intends to continue helping people, but now with the addition of his law degree. Raymundo attended Metropolitan State University of Denver where he studied Biology, Chemistry, and Philosophy, and received an M.S. in Environmental Science from University of Colorado Denver.  These two degrees led him to working in scientific research, public health and environmental advocacy, as well as teaching in higher ed.  He recently came back home to Colorado after studying at the University of Wyoming College of Law where he received his law degree and served as President of th...

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Marty Billings manages the firm’s Social Security disability cases, from intake and records collection, case status tracking, client communications, all the way up to payment processing and follow-up. In every aspect of his work, Marty puts clients first. He is dedicated to helping those most-deserving and strives to push claims through the immense government bureaucracy. Marty graduated from the University of Nevada Las Vegas with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Marty has over a decade of experience in Social Security. Marty enjoys running, swimming and biking in his spare time.

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Jennifer Bruni manages the firm’s VA disability-compensation cases, from intake and records collection, case status tracking, client communications, all the way up to payment processing and follow-up. In every aspect of her work, Jennifer puts clients first. She is dedicated to helping those most-deserving and strives to push claims through the immense VA bureaucracy in an expeditious fashion. Jennifer graduated from the University of Colorado Denver with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Prior to joining the firm, she served at the Colorado State Capitol as an intern staffer for a Colorado state legislator, researching, drafting, and engaging with stakehold...

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Valerie Leighton is the front desk receptionist and the first point of contact at the office. Although she initially was studying music at university, she moved her focus to Criminal Justice in hopes of one day using her degree to help others in a meaningful way. When she isn’t at work or school, Valerie enjoys hiking, jamming out on the keys, getting lost in a good book and spending time with her family.

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Marie Seegmiller holds a Bachelor’s degree in History and Comparative Literature from Hampshire College and a Paralegal Certificate from Arapahoe Community College. Before paralegal school, she was an English teacher and a writer, but left creative pursuits behind to focus on her analytical side. When she’s not in the office, she can be found walking to and from the public library with stacks of books in her arms, and she has been known to write short stories and sestinas now and again.

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Hunter Toft joined the firm in 2017 as a legal assistant supporting the firm’s Social Security and Veterans’ Administration cases. Since then, Hunter has taken on an expansive role, managing most of the firm’s bookkeeping and IT support, as well as assisting on matters of general civil litigation. Before joining the firm, Hunter majored in history and international studies, with a focus on Asian studies, at the University of Washington in Seattle. In his free time, Hunter enjoys taking in sporting events, cycling, and reading.

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