Clinical Teaching Fellow
What I do
Aurora Randolph is the Clinical Teaching Fellow in the Civil Rights Clinic (CRC). Before she joined the CRC, Aurora was an attorney at Johnson & Klein, PLLC, where she devoted her practice to litigating civil rights and post-conviction cases before federal and state district and appellate courts. In her civil-rights practice, Aurora represented many incarcerated clients in conditions of confinement litigation and through informal advocacy.
She earned her J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where she represented clients for two years as a student attorney in the CRC and conducted the CRC’s first federal jury trial with her co-counsel. While at DU, she won multiple awards honoring her contributions to student life and public interest work, including winning the CRC’s Outstanding Student Lawyer Award two years in a row. She was recently named by 5280 Magazine as a 2020 Top Lawyer in Civil Rights and was a recipient of the Denver Bar Association’s Pro Bono Star Award in 2020.
University of Denver Sturm College of Law | 2017 | Juris Doctor
University of Colorado at Boulder | 2013 | Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
Front Range Community College | 2011 | Associate of Arts