Carrie E. Mohr
Quick Facts About Carrie
- Carrie is a diehard Denver Broncos fan and fantasy football champion.
- Her rescued cats, Dude and Ripley, are named after famous movie characters.
- She is an avid jigsaw puzzler.
Carrie was born in Denver, Colorado. At the age of six, she and her family moved to Black Forest, Colorado, where her father practiced as the local veterinarian. She is licensed to practice law in Colorado and also holds a license to practice law in Federal District Court in Colorado. Although Carrie specializes in child support issues, she has accumulated experience in a variety of legal fields, including civil rights, dependency and neglect, and criminal defense.
Carrie attended college at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, and spent a year abroad in France and Switzerland studying French and international justice. After graduating from Bucknell with degrees in Sociology and French, Carrie returned to Colorado and earned her Juris Doctor at Denver University Sturm College of Law.
Carrie believes in a compassionate, understanding approach to client advocacy in family law. She understands that family relationships have a substantial impact on a person’s well-being and she strives to navigate her clients through what are often difficult transitions and challenges. Carrie balances this empathetic approach with keen analytical skills developed throughout her legal career. As a Staff Attorney with the El Paso and Teller County Child Support Services Unit, she learned to balance a heavy caseload and appeared in court an average of twenty times per week. Her abilty to effectively communicate with parties from all walks of life have assisted Carrie in successfully facilitating agreements in order to resolve issues without contentious courtroom litigation.
Awards & Memberships
Carrie is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, the Colorado Women’s Bar Association, and the El Paso County Bar Association.
She was awarded the Bucknell Prize in Sociology for her outsanding academic performance in the field of sociology. In law school, Carrie earned the Scholastic Excellence Award in Trial Practice for her outstanding achievement in her Basic Trial Practice class. Carrie also received recognition as a 2017 Public Justice Trial Lawyer of the Year Finalist for her contributions to a class action law suit filed on behalf of federal inmates.
Carrie’s rural roots and family influence have given her a love for the outdoors and an immeasurable passion for animal safety and welfare. After graduating from law school, Carrie volunteered as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for dependent and neglected children in Denver County. Today, Carrie often spends her spare time at local dog parks with her canine companions, Harley and Riggs.