Law Firm Name
Spark Justice Law LLC
Laura's practice centers around advocating for individuals whose civil rights have been violated. Her clients are primarily survivors of sexual assault, employees facing discrimination or unpaid wages in the workplace, students whose rights have been violated in K12 schools or on college campuses (ex: Title IX, Rehabilitation Act), tenants or homeowners experiencing discrimination in housing, and individuals who have been subjected to excessive force or wrongful death by the police.
Laura offers legal services throughout the State of Colorado and is meeting virtually with clients throughout the pandemic. Laura offers a variety of fee arrangements depending on the legal situation at hand. She also offers both paid and free consultations depending on the type of advice being sought and the length of the consultation. Please feel free to reach out to the firm or Laura directly for more information: www.spark-law.com, 303-802-5390, email@example.com.
Laura B. Wolf is a graduate of Harvard Law School who has devoted her career to advocating for individuals suffering from abuses of their civil rights. Laura graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 2013 and served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable R. Brooke Jackson on the United States District Court for the District of Colorado. She worked at a prominent civil rights firm in Denver from June 2015 until she left to start her own practice in May 2020.
In the legal community, Laura serves as the Vice Chair of the Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center Board, Board Member of the Lawyers’ Civil Rights Coalition, Member of the Colorado Women’s Bar Association Public Policy Committee, and former Chair of the CBA Civil Rights Section.
Employment Law: Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Race and Color Discrimination, National Origin Discrimination, LBGTQ Discrimination, Disability Discrimination, Pregnancy & Nursing Mother Discrimination, Age Discrimination, Hostile Work Environment, Retaliation, Unpaid wages/commissions/bonuses, Equal Pay, Family Medical Leave Act, Freedom of Speech in the Workplace, Wrongful Discharge in Violation of Public Policy, Severance Agreement and Contract Review
Victim's Rights: Victim Representation through Criminal Process, Civil Litigation (Assault & Battery, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, Negligent Hiring & Supervision, Premises Liability, DV Protections in Workplace, Lawful Off-Duty Activities), Trauma-Informed Services
Education Law: Title IX – Discrimination on the Basis of Sex & Sexual Assault in an Educational Setting, Title VI – Discrimination on the Basis of Race, Rehabilitation Act/ADA – Disability Discrimination, Fourteenth Amendment Equal Protection, Fourteenth Amendment Procedural & Substantive Due Process, Fourth Amendment Unlawful Search & Seizure, First Amendment Free Speech & Retaliation
Civil Rights - Government and Police: Fourth Amendment Excessive Force, Wrongful Death, Fourteenth Amendment Equal Protection, Fourteenth Amendment Procedural & Substantive Due Process, First Amendment Free Speech & Retaliation, Police Brutality
Fair Housing & Housing Discrimination: Sex Discrimination & Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment, Disability Discrimination & Assistance Animals, Familial Discrimination, Race & Color Discrimination, National Origin Discrimination, LGBTQ Discrimination, Retaliation