Laura Wolf

Laura-WolfPhone: 303–578-4400

Fax: 303–578-4401


Laura Wolf is an attor­ney at Rathod Mohamedb­hai LLC.  Her prac­tice includes advo­cat­ing on behalf of employ­ees fac­ing labor law vio­la­tions and dis­crim­i­na­tion in the work­place as well as for indi­vid­u­als suf­fer­ing from abuses of their civil rights at the hands of gov­ern­ment offi­cials.  Prior to join­ing Rathod Mohamedb­hai, Laura was a judi­cial clerk for the Hon­or­able R. Brooke Jack­son on the United States Dis­trict Court for the Dis­trict of Col­orado. In the local com­mu­nity, Laura has vol­un­teered as a coach for the Arrupe Jesuit High School mock trial team and serves as a Legal Night Volunteer.


Laura grad­u­ated cum laude from Har­vard Law School in May 2013. While there, she served as an Arti­cle Edi­tor and Arti­cle Selec­tion Com­mit­tee Mem­ber on the Har­vard Jour­nal of Law and Gen­der as well as an Edi­tor on the Har­vard Envi­ron­men­tal Law Review.  She also par­tic­i­pated in the school’s Employ­ment Law Clinic and served as a Board Mem­ber and Com­mit­tee Chair­woman in the Har­vard Women’s Law Asso­ci­a­tion.  Dur­ing her 1L sum­mer, Laura served in the Ameri­Corps JD pro­gram while intern­ing at the Legal Assis­tance Foun­da­tion of Met­ro­pol­i­tan Chicago (LAF).

Laura received her Bach­e­lor of Arts in May 2008 from Bran­deis Uni­ver­sity, grad­u­at­ing magna cum laude with a major in French Lan­guage & Lit­er­a­ture and a minor in Legal Stud­ies.  Dur­ing her senior year, Laura interned at the Mass­a­chu­setts Com­mis­sion Against Dis­crim­i­na­tion, with a pri­mary focus on inves­ti­gat­ing employ­ment dis­crim­i­na­tion claims.

Dur­ing law school, Laura interned at LAF, Lichten and Liss-Riordan, and the Lawyers’ Com­mit­tee for Civil Rights & Urban Affairs.  Laura was also a sum­mer asso­ciate in the Wash­ing­ton, D.C. office of Gib­son, Dunn & Crutcher in their lit­i­ga­tion depart­ment.  Prior to law school, Laura worked in oper­a­tions at a small hedge fund in San Fran­cisco, California.


  • Araujo, et al. v. City of Fort Collins, et al., 16-cv-00966-RBJ (Sys­temic Race and National Ori­gin Dis­crim­i­na­tion, Retaliation)
  • Con­tr­eras, et al. v. Rent-Rite Super Kegs West, et al., 16-cv-01737-CBS (Race and National Ori­gin Dis­crim­i­na­tion, Wage Theft)
  • Wil­son v. Paul­ing, et al., 2013cv35298, Den­ver Dis­trict Court (Assault, Bat­tery, Inten­tional Inter­fer­ence with Con­tract, and Employ­ment Discrimination)


  • Lawyers’ Civil Rights Coali­tion, Board Member
  • Col­orado Plain­tiff Employ­ment Lawyers Association
  • Col­orado Labor and Employ­ment Rela­tions Association
  • Col­orado Women’s Bar Association
  • Col­orado Lawyers Com­mit­tee, Young Lawyers Division
  • Col­orado Bar Association
  • Den­ver Bar Association


Use of Elec­tronic Evi­dence in the Employ­ment Law Case, CBA Employ­ment Law Fall Update: Key Strate­gies for Your Prac­tice (Novem­ber 2016); Advo­cat­ing the Case: Inves­ti­gat­ing Claims, Inter­view­ing Wit­nesses, and Obtain­ing Doc­u­men­ta­tion, PELA CTLA Employ­ment Law 101 CLE (Sep­tem­ber 2016), Uti­liz­ing the Unem­ploy­ment Insur­ance Appli­ca­tion Process as a Tool for Dis­cov­ery, PELA Annual Retreat 2016 Lunch Round­table (August 2016), Nav­i­gat­ing and Using the Numer­ous Aspects of Colorado’s Legal Sys­tem, Col­orado Advo­cacy In Action Con­fer­ence (June 2016); Refugees in Col­orado Panel Speaker, CU President’s Lead­er­ship Class Alumni Event (April 2016); Resur­gent NLRB Finds Employ­ees Chilled by Com­mon Lan­guage in Arbi­tra­tion Agree­ments and Employer Poli­cies, Boul­der County Bar Asso­ci­a­tion Brown Bag (March 2016); Vin­di­cat­ing Employee Rights Using Com­mon Law Torts and the State Court Sys­tem, PELA Brown Bag (Feb­ru­ary 2016); Employ­ment Law Practicum, Red Rocks Com­mu­nity Col­lege (Fall Semes­ter 2015)


  • French – proficient


  • Col­orado
  • Dis­trict Court for the Dis­trict of Colorado