Kelli Riley has devoted her legal career to advocacy for workers’ rights. She sees people at their worst, when they have been taken advantage of, discriminated against, and shorted their hard-earned wages.
Ms. Riley uses her expertise and experience to guide her clients through these difficult times toward resolution. Ms. Riley earned her law degree, cum laude, at University of St. Thomas School of Law, where she served as Membership Editor for the school’s flagship law review. She received her undergraduate degree in both History and Spanish & Portuguese Language and Culture at University of Colorado at Boulder.
She is a member of the Colorado Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association, the Colorado Bar Association, Weld County Bar Association, and Weld Chapter of the Colorado Women’s Bar Association. She is also involved in the Wage Theft Task Force, working to eradicate wage theft through advocacy, litigation, outreach, and education.
Ms. Riley is fluent in Spanish, and even hosted a weekly local call in radio show for a time in Greeley for Spanish-speakers to ask legal questions. She served on the board of Lutheran Campus Ministry at CU-Boulder, and is a mentor in the El Camino program, exploring vocation with CU students. She enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, entertaining, paper crafts, and running.