DENVER – Tamara F. Goodlette, a partner in the Litigation practice group at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP, was honored for her pro bono work by the Colorado Women’s Bar Association Foundation.
Goodlette was named as one of four “Women Lawyers Who Raise the Bar by Maintaining a Significant and Sustained Commitment to Pro Bono Services.”
Among her other pro bono efforts, the Foundation recognized Goodlette for the six years she worked on the Manuel Velez case, her service as a pro bono legal advisor to the Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center, and her service on the Board of Trustees for the Legal Aid Foundation and the Board for the Denver Court Appointed Special Advocates.
The CWBA Foundation annually honors women lawyers who have made a difference in their community and have “raised the bar” for colleagues. Awards were presented at the foundation’s 11th annual Raising the Bar dinner at the Brown Palace on Sept. 8.
Goodlette's practice emphasizes commercial and complex civil litigation with special emphasis on professional liability litigation and litigation relating to schools. She also represents life and health insurance guaranty associations and receivers of failed insurance companies in rehabilitation and liquidation proceedings throughout the country.
PHOTO: Tami Goodlette is joined by her parents Richard and Caddie Goodlette and husband Paul Kim at the CWBA Foundation awards gala.