2016-17 Staff Editor, 2014-16 Contributor
Mallory Kindsfather is a third-year student at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law. She participated in the Tribal Wills Project, helping to provide wills for tribal members on the Ute Mountain Ute and Southern Ute Reservations. She was also a participant in the Environmental Law Clinical Program during her second year, where she worked on several cases for tribal organizations on Navajo Nation.
Mallory is a Colorado native and attended Colorado State University earning a bachelor’s degree in English. During her time at Colorado State University she also played polo on the intercollegiate polo team.
Prior to law school, Mallory started her own business training horses. She worked with several clients at the Arapahoe Hunt Club in addition to giving riding lessons to children.
Mallory then began helping at her father’s law firm before finding full time work as a paralegal at Mintz Law Firm in Lakewood, Colorado. After working for more than four years as a paralegal, Mallory made the decision to attend law school.