Brittany Ward – email@example.com
University of Colorado Law School, J.D. Business Communications
University of Colorado Denver, Bachelor’s Degree – Political Science & Government
Area of Practice
Before joining Griffiths Law, Glory started her family law career as a student attorney for Colorado Law’s Family and Juvenile Law Clinic, where she represented parents navigating the complexities of the dependency and neglect system. While working for the clinic, Glory saw firsthand how confusing and complicated the legal system could be without an advocate in your corner. Therefore, first and foremost, Glory prides herself on being an advocate for her clients.
Additionally, before her work at Griffiths Law, Glory primarily worked on complex family law cases, including allocation of parental responsibility matters and appeals.
Glory contributed to a recently-published appellate case, delving into the nuances of what “integration” means in the context of modification of the custodial parent.
Glory earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Colorado Law School, where she was President of the Juvenile and Family Law Society. In addition, Glory earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado, where she graduated summa cum laude and majored in Political Science.
When she is not working, Glory loves exploring Colorado with her two dogs, snowboarding, cooking, and reading.
“If you can’t outplay them, outwork them.”
- Evergreen Chamber of Commerce, member
- Colorado Bar Association Young Lawyers Division
- Colorado Bar Association
Authorship & Presentations
- Contributed to the appellate decision: