Amy Ferrin, Esq.Attorney
Ms. Ferrin is passionate about and has dedicated her career to advocating for those harmed by others. Her practice is client-focused with an emphasis on zealous advocacy based on her significant courtroom experience.
After graduating law school, she clerked for a Denver District Court Judge and for Honorable Nancy E. Rice at the Colorado Supreme Court. In those positions, Ms. Ferrin watched and learned from outstanding jurists and trial advocates.
Ms. Ferrin then served nearly eleven years as a prosecutor in Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, becoming a Chief Deputy District Attorney. As a Deputy District Attorney she tried over 60 jury trials, spent years prosecuting crimes on behalf of the Special Victims’ Unit, and ended her career as a supervisor in the County Court. As a member of the Special Victims’ Unit, she devoted her time and energy to helping vulnerable victims, primarily children and at-risk individuals. Additionally, her office recognized her excellence in advocacy in and out of the courtroom by promoting her to a position training and mentoring new prosecutors. Ms. Ferrin has trained attorneys across the state in trial advocacy and substantive legal issues.
Ms. Ferrin brings this trial experience and dedication to injured victims to her current practice: she believes the outcome in a court case can help a victim heal.
Ms. Ferrin is a Colorado native who loves to get outside with her husband and daughter.
- Regis University, B.S. (2003)
- University of Denver Sturm College of Law, J.D. (2007)
- Colorado Women’s Bar Association
- Colorado Trial Lawyer’s Association