Ms. Frayler joined the firm in 2016.
Katie Frayler graduated from The University of Colorado School of Law in Boulder, Colorado in May of 2016. Ms. Frayler graduated in the top ten percent of her class with Royal Order of the Coif honors. While a student at CU Law, she was a student attorney in the American Indian Law clinic, serving both tribal government clients and individual tribal clients.
Ms. Frayler focused her studies on Indian law, environmental law, and sustainable economic development. Ms. Frayler participated in the National Native American Law Student Association's Moot Court Competition, and was a member of CU Law's Environmental Law Review Journal. Ms. Frayler also served as a research assistant for Charles Wilkinson, assisting with development of the Bears Ears National Monument Proposal and the redrafting of the Getches, Wilkinson et al. Federal Indian Law casebook. Ms. Frayler worked for local government and in-house attorneys during her time in law school.
Ms. Frayler obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2011. Her concentration was global public health, and Ms. Frayler has worked in Thailand, Panama, and Zimbabwe with groups of all cultures and backgrounds. She looks forward to a career of serving tribal communities. Ms. Frayler was born and grew up on Long Island in New York.
Federal Indian Law, Natural Resources and Environmental Law, Economic Development, Tribal Governance
University of Colorado School of Law, (J.D. May 2016) Order of the Coif; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (B.A. Public Policy Major, Philosophy Minor, May 2011)
PRIOR LEGAL EXPERIENCE:
Research Assistant to Charles Wilkinson 2015-2016; Boulder County Attorney′s Office Summer 2015; Student Attorney, American Indian Law Clinic 2014-2015; Legal Writing Teaching Assistant 2014-2015
Colorado Bar Association; American Bar Association; Native American Law Students Association