Meet the Team
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Kelli Riley has devoted her career to forging best practices in employment law. She earned her law degree, cum laude, at the University of St. Thomas School of Law and served as Membership Editor for the school’s flagship law review. She also served low-income and Spanish-speaking clients in the school’s Bankruptcy Clinic as a student attorney.
Additionally, she’s studied at the University of Colorado at Boulder and received her undergraduate degree in both History and Spanish & Portuguese Language and Culture in order to better serve the varying communities.
Ms. Riley is a member of the Colorado Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association, the Colorado Bar Association, Weld County Bar Association, and Weld County Chapter of the Colorado Women’s Bar Association. She currently serves on the City of Greeley Judicial Review Board. She’s also served on the committee for the Weld County Chapter of Ducks Unlimited, the board of the Colorado Women’s Bar Association, and the board of the Women’s Fund of Weld County.
Outside of practicing employment law in Northern Colorado, Ms. Riley enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, entertaining, doing paper crafts, and running.
Chief of Staff
Miranda supports the team at Riley Law by providing executive support and training.
Miranda enjoys spending time with her husband, three kids, and two dogs! She loves being outside in the sun, having some quiet time for reading, and occasionally enjoying a delicious taco and margarita.
Grace Rhodehouse Barberena
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Grace started working in the legal profession as a paralegal, it was there she found her passion for the law and became dedicated to using the law to compassionately help people. During law school Grace focused her studies on broadening her skill base by taking multiple opportunities to be a judicial clerk, expanding her love for, and skill in, legal research and writing. She also took many opportunities to work in a public interest setting, working to support the people and communities she has been a part of. Grace is admitted in New Mexico and the District of Colorado.
Beyond her legal experience, Grace grew up in a multigenerational, bilingual (English-Spanish) household, and she is passionate about supporting Spanish-speaking clients. She also brings with her a background in academic research, which provides her with skills that she finds invaluable to her role in the legal profession.
In her free time, Grace likes cooking delicious meals for her loved ones, and spending every moment of a sunny day outside doing anything from lounging in a hammock to climbing a mountain. She also loves traveling to Central America to visit her family.
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