About Law Week Colorado

Published by Circuit Media, Law Week Colorado is the state’s only news outlet specifically for lawyers, law firms, corporate counsel and the judiciary.

Law Week’s award-winning staff have been recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists for our subject matter command and exceptional coverage. Our team’s enterprise reporting on court rulings and procedures and our ability to convey complex legal concepts in a plain and accessible way was awarded first place in the legal news category in the 2022 Top of the Rockies regional journalism contest. Additionally, Law Week’s feature shining a light on the critical role of victim advocates in the Denver District Attorney’s Office was awarded second place in the legal feature category of the 2022 Top of the Rockies contest.

Read our latest award-winning work:

Colorado Supreme Court Rules on Common Law Marriage Cases
First Place | Legal News | 2022 Top of the Rockies

Behind the Scenes of the Denver DA’s Office, Victim Advocates Play a Key Role
Second Place | Legal Feature | 2022 Top of the Rockies

LawWeekColorado.com is the hub for Law Week’s original reporting and the Legal Lasso newsletter. You may subscribe to Law Week’s digital content by clicking here. To submit a press release for consideration, please email newsroom@lawweekcolorado.com.

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Rebecca Askew, Esq., Publisher, CEO


Jess Brovsky-Eaker, Managing Editor

Clara Geoghegan, Reporter

Matt SuojaReporter

Lauren Penington, Reporting Intern

Additional Writing Staff

Jessica Folker

Ian Farmer 

Jennifer Verzuh 


Lisa McKell, Director of Communications/Account Executive

Nick Eckerman, Director of Operations/Account Executive

Jacob Hurley, Account Executive


Joe Horton, Art Director

Hannah BlatterMultimedia Specialist

Yikai Peng, Web Developer

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