Drawing upon more than 30 years of legal experience, Beth Klein is a Boulder, Colorado-based commercial litigation and personal injury attorney who has managed her own firm since 1993. During this time, Beth Klein has tried cases throughout the United States and won millions of dollars on behalf of her clients. She has been recognized among the Top 25 Women Lawyers in Colorado and Top 500 Plaintiffs' Lawyers in the United States and, while working as an associate with Long & Jaudon early in her career, became the first woman to serve as national trial counsel for Owens Corning Fiberglass.
Throughout her career, Beth Klein has been a fervent supporter of victims of human trafficking. In addition to representing these individuals, she authored the state of Colorado's anti-human trafficking laws in 2010 and 2011 following consultation with numerous states and countries. Her work in that regard helped her earn the Georgia Imhoff Activist Award and become a finalist for the CNN Hero Award. Moreover, she published a book on Colorado Auto Law and regularly conducts leadership training sessions for women with varied backgrounds. She earned her juris doctor from the University of Denver and holds a bachelor's degree in political science from Truman State University, where she served on the student council and founded the Mock United Nations Program.
Boulder, CO, US