Each of the students participated in the Association’s annual scholarship challenge, which asks applicants to submit information about their community service and their academics along with an essay discussing their personal positions on body cameras on police officers. A panel of judges including Keating Wagner Polidori Free attorneys Larry Free and Christina Habas reviewed all of the applications before selecting the winners. Read more
Keating Wagner Welcomes Melissa Sullivan
Keating Wagner Polidori Free added Melissa Sullivan as a litigation associate. A 2007 graduate of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Melissa will focus her practice in all aspects of personal injury and medical malpractice law.
She joins an already strong group of personal injury litigators at Keating Wagner. She will work closely with the firm’s partners on all aspects of their ongoing litigation.
Melissa previously worked as a member with Hutchinson Black & Cook in Boulder where she specialized in estate planning, probate and general litigation. She has been a frequent speaker on estate planning topics, and she is an active member with the Boulder and Colorado bar associations.
While in law school, Melissa served as the articles editor for the Denver University Law Review. She received the Faculty Prize for graduating first in her class with the highest GPA. She also received a dozen academic excellence awards for her work and served as a research assistant for Professor Bruce Price.
Before attending law school, Melissa worked as a high school mathematics teacher in South Carolina and Illinois. She holds a bachelor’s of science from Temple University and a law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.