Ryley Carlock & Applewhite is pleased to announce that Julie A. Rosen has been elected Shareholder.
Rosen focuses her practice in the areas of environmental, energy resources and related litigation. She represents a wide variety of clients, including manufacturing companies, electric utilities, mining operations, agricultural operations, municipalities, individual landowners, real estate developers and financial institutions. Rosen provides both legal and policy solutions for her client’s environmental issues.
In her personal time, she is an active volunteer for the Colorado Lawyers Committee and March of Dimes Foundation. As a part of her pro bono practice, Rosen provides preliminary legal advice to indigents at Denver Legal Nights and Project Homeless Connect, as well as to non-profit organizations on annual compliance and operational issues. She is an avid trail runner and hiker.
Rosen earned her B.A. cum laude in Journalism, Public Relations and Political Science from Arizona State University. She earned her J.D. from Vermont Law School.