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Rhonda graduated from the University of Colorado Law School, where she was named a Leader in Law in Community Scholar. She was additionally a member of Colorado Law's National Mock Trial Team and the Barrister's Counsel, both of which provided important opportunities to hone her trial skills.
Rhonda was a law clerk to Judge Furman on the Colorado Court of Appeals, where she completed intensive research and writing projects in association with Judge Furman's appellate decisions. In addition, Rhonda completed an internship with the Boulder County District Attorney.
Rhonda attended Rice University for her undergraduate degree, where she majored in English and Asian Studies and spent summers studying Mandarin in various parts of China. After college and prior to law school, Rhonda had a career in Management Consulting.
Originally from Edmond, Oklahoma, Rhonda is familiar with, and later became deeply interested in, the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). In law school, she edited the proposed amendments to ICWA and worked on ICWA-related appellate briefs. Rhonda has additionally studied the impact of COVID-19 on pregnant domestic violence victims, gathering data on the increasing rates of domestic violence during quarantine.
- University of Colorado School of Law, Boulder, Colorado
- Honors: Mediation Certification
- Honors: Cum Laude
- Rice University
- Major: English
- Major: Asian Studies (with a focus on Mandarin Chinese)
- Colorado Bar Association
- Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee
- Project Safeguard Volunteer
Current Employment Position
- Associate Attorney
Honors & Distinctions
- Leader in Law and Community Scholar, University of Colorado Law
- Selection to the Colorado Law National Mock Trial Team
- Third Place in the Colorado Law Interdisciplinary Ethics Tech Competition
- BARBRI Head Ambassador