Emily P. Koekkoek is devoted to practicing family law litigation, advocating for successful outcomes that enable families to make the smoothest possible transition during their most difficult periods of life. She handles a wide range of family law cases, including divorce; child custody; modification of child support, maintenance and parenting time; adoption; paternity actions, family law appeals; and dependency and neglect cases.
Emily graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science from McGill University, and a J.D. from the University of Oregon Law School. While in law school, she worked for two years as a research assistant, and clerked at the Western Environmental Law Center. She was President of Land, Air, Water—the university’s student environmental law group, and was also involved with the Native American Law Student Association. Emily graduated from law school with an in Environmental and Natural Resources certificate, and was admitted to the Colorado Bar in October 2012.
Originally from Canada, Emily enjoys going to the Colorado Rockies and running around Washington Park in her spare time.