Ms. Randolph is an associate attorney whose practice focuses on civil rights. Ms. Randolph brings her keen intellect and compassionate spirit to litigating prisoners’ rights cases as well as other constitutional claims.
A Colorado native, she graduated summa cum laude from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Ms. Randolph earned her law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, graduating in the top of her class as a member of the Order of the Coif. During law school, Ms. Randolph spent two years litigating federal civil-rights cases as a student attorney in the Civil Rights Clinic. In that capacity, she co-counseled a federal civil-rights jury trial, advocating to remedy violations of the constitutional rights of an indigent prisoner incarcerated by the Colorado Department of Corrections. She has experience litigating cases involving claims under the First, Fourth, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendments on behalf of state and federal prisoners. As a result of her tenacious litigation, Ms. Randolph was awarded Outstanding Student Lawyer for two years in a row for her work in cases involving illegal searches, religious discrimination, and transgender rights.
Ms. Randolph mentors current and aspiring law students interested in civil rights work. She is also involved in the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation as an alumna. While in law school, Ms. Randolph volunteered at the ACLU of Colorado and Public Citizen in Washington, D.C.