Kaitlyn is the legal assistant here at Graham.Law and assists the paralegals with preparing our cases, and helps the office manager run the place. Although new to the world of family law, her strong passion for helping the members of the community and her caring personality have presented her with great enthusiasm for the practice. As an aspiring attorney she is actively involved in gaining more knowledge and experience within the legal profession.
Kaitlyn attended Pikes Peak Community College and obtained her associate’s degree in Criminal Justice. Currently a full-time student attending UCCS, she still majors in Criminal Justice and now minors in Sociology as well in order to gain a better understanding of the human mind and the ways in which it works in relation to society. Education has always remained a priority for her as she seeks to expand her mind every single day.
As having prior experience in volunteering for and with the Human Trafficking Task Force of Colorado Springs, she has gathered the skills to heavily empathize with an individual’s circumstance and prides herself in her strong ability to listen. Kaitlyn brings this sensitivity to the team at Graham.Law and all of the individuals they come into contact with. As the administrative assistant and friendly face at the front desk, she strives to initiate warm welcomes and positive interactions.
Born in New Mexico but raised in Colorado Springs, Kaitlyn proudly embraces being a Colorado girl and loves any activity involving the mountains that reside within it. Her only children are that of the 80 lb American Staff and the 8 lb Tortie cat that she rescued from a local animal shelter. As being raised with many family pets, she loves animals and strongly advocates for adoption over shopping. In her spare time she enjoys rock climbing, writing poetry, and spending time with loved ones.
- Family Law (2020 to present)
- University of Colorado Colorado Springs (2021-present)
- Pursuing Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a Sociology minor (2021 to present)
- Pikes Peak Community College
- Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice (2020)
- Phi Theta Kappa National Honors Society member (2019 to present)