Phone: (307) 634-7723
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A native of Ohio, Ms. Fishman was drawn to the west and has lived in the Rocky Mountain region since 2003. Ms. Fishman joined Hathaway & Kunz in December 2014. Her practice focuses on business formation, commercial litigation, property disputes, and personal injury matters. She also advises clients on a broad range of employment and transactional matters, including entrepreneurial and start-up issues. Before joining Hathaway & Kunz, Ms. Fishman worked at an insurance defense firm in Denver handling cases involving personal injury, professional liability, employment law, and municipal defense.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Ms. Fishman founded and ran a small business where she designed, imported, and sold accessories from India. She also worked for an organization that recruited and trained women to run for political office. In those roles, she thrived at thinking on her feet and finding practical solutions to problems.
Ms. Fishman’s experience affects the way she tackles legal matters. Her entrepreneurial background allows her to think outside the box in developing and implementing creative solutions for her clients. Ms. Fishman brings a commitment to civility, dedication to clients, and a strong work ethic to the pursuit of justice in Wyoming.
When she is not at work, Ms. Fishman can be found traveling (26 countries and counting), skiing, and rock climbing.
- Entreprenuial and business law
- Torts and general casualty
- Government entity defense
- Attorney, Senter Goldfarb & Rice, LLC, Denver, CO, 2012–2015
- Student Attorney, Civil Litigation Clinic, Student Law Office, Denver, CO, 2011–2012
- Research Assistant for Professor Y.S. Lee regarding international trade and development
Community Leadership & Involvement
- Co-Founder & Board Member of Array School of Technology & Design, 2016-Present
- Current President of the Wyoming Young Lawyers Section of the American Bar Association, 2015-Present
- Co-Chair, Fridays in the Hynds, 2015-Present
- Volunteer, Big Brothers Big Sisters, 2015-Present
- Volunteer, Roots and Branches Foundation, 2014–2015
- Executive Board Member, Jewish Law Students Association 2010-2012
- Staff Editor, Denver Journal of International Law, 2010-2012
- J.D., University of Denver, 2012
- B.A., English and Psychology, University of Colorado, 2007
- The Intersection of Innovation and The Law
The Wyoming Lawyer (August 2015)
- Microfinance – Is There a Solution? A Survey on the Use of MFIs to Alleviate Poverty in India
Denver Journal of International Law and Policy
40 DENV. J. INT’L L. & POL’Y 588 (Fall 2012)
- International Surrogacy: A Global Opportunity or Unregulated Exploitation?
The View From Above, International Law Blog (Oct. 27, 2011)
- Making the Case for Work-Life Balance: How Millennials Will Change the Practice of Law
The Wyoming Lawyer, pp. 26-30 (June 2015)