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Jean Dubofsky is an attorney who has represented litigants in state and federal courts -- primarily appellate courts -- in constitutional, tort, workers’ compensation, commercial, criminal, civil rights and family law cases. Dubofsky served as a justice on the Colorado Supreme Court from 1979 until 1987, the first woman appointed to the court. She was lead counsel for the plaintiffs in the successful constitutional challenge to Amendment 2 to the Colorado Constitution; the case, Romer v. Evans, is the first time - 1996 - that the United States Supreme Court recognized gay rights. Awards she has received include the ABA Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award, the ACLU Carle Whitehead Memorial Award for “exceptional commitment and dedication to civil liberties and the state of Colorado,” and the Boulder Daily Camera Lifetime Achievement Pacesetters Award. She serves on the boards of Bell Policy Center, the Colorado Center for Law and Policy, Rocky Mountain Wild and Boulder Community Hospital. Dubofsky is a 1967 graduate of Harvard Law School and a 1964 graduate of Stanford University. She is married to Frank Dubofsky, and they have two sons; one lives in the Bay Area and the other lives in Boulder with his wife and son. Currently, she is learning how to be retired and how to be a grandmother.
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