Helen S. Oh, Associate
Helen Oh’s practice includes civil rights, constitutional law, employment discrimination, and criminal
defense. During law school, Ms. Oh advocated for the rights of asylum seekers and immigrant minors
as a member of the University's Civil Practice Clinic. She was also an intern at Killmer, Lane &
Newman, LLP for four semesters.
Prior to law school, Ms. Oh was a program assistant at the National Women's Law Center advocating for the rights of women and LGBT individuals in education and employment. Before the National Women's Law Center, Helen worked as an Americorps VISTA creating a culturally competent reentry program for individuals incarcerated in Linn County, IA to connect them with community resources such as housing, job support, and financial resources prior to their release to aid in their reintegration into the community.
Ms. Oh obtained her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Colorado Law School. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Social Work and Sociology from the University of Iowa with a certificate in Human Rights.
Asian Pacific American Bar Association Minoru Yasui Scholarship
Outstanding Asian Pacific American Law Graduate Award
Colorado Bar Association, Member
Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Member
Ms. Oh is admitted to practice law in the state of Colorado and the United States District Court for the District of Colorado, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.