Shalyn Kettering has joined the Environmental Group of the Natural Resources Department of Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP as an associate. She assists clients with environmental aspects of business transactions, regulatory compliance, and environmental litigation matters.
After law school, Ms. Kettering served as a law clerk for the Honorable Chief Justice Nancy Rice of the Colorado Supreme Court. She earned her J.D. with Order of the Coif distinction from the University of Colorado Law School. As a Dean’s Fellow during law school, Ms. Kettering worked closely with former University of Colorado Law School Dean, Phil Weiser, on a number of projects. This included drafting various white papers such as one that proposed a statewide rural District Attorney fellowship program, passed by the legislature in 2014, and another that addressed social entrepreneurship and impact investing. Ms. Kettering was a student of the Juvenile Law Clinic and the Family Law Clinic, where she received the Excellence in Clinical Education Award. She also was a member of the University of Colorado Law School’s Moot Court Team and was a Constitutional Law and Property Law teaching assistant. Additionally, she spent time at the Colorado Governor’s Office of Legal Counsel and externed at the Attorney General’s Office and Colorado Legal Services.
Prior to law school, Ms. Kettering worked at start-ups in San Francisco and, among other roles, was the vice-president of marketing for a wedding and lifestyle company. She graduated with honors from Northwestern University with a B.S.
Ms. Kettering is the founder of the Rose Andom Center Young Professional’s Council where she currently serves as the board chair. She is a member of the governing board of the Denver Children’s Advocacy Center and of the Human Services Committee of the Kettering Family Foundation. Ms. Kettering is admitted to practice law in Colorado.