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Danielle Loth is an attorney with Montgomery, Little, & Soran, licensed to practice in Colorado. Her work primarily focuses on domestic relations and criminal law, and litigation.

Ms. Loth attended law school at the University of Denver, where she took advantage of the school’s many experiential learning opportunities and completed five separate internships. She first started working with the firm as an intern during a summer semester and returned to the firm again during her last year of law school. During these semesters, she performed work with attorneys throughout the firm on matters ranging from divorce and dissolution, to contract defect defense, and matters related to professional liability. She also completed internships with a local law firm, the University of Denver’s Office of General counsel, and the United States District Court for the District of Colorado.

After graduating law school in 2021, Ms. Loth served as a judicial law clerk for the 20th Judicial District Court in Boulder, Colorado. There, she acted as a pooled law clerk for all judicial officers in the district, and was exposed to domestic relations, criminal, and civil matters. She primarily worked for the Honorable Norma A. Sierra, on a criminal law docket and assisted in research and writing on motions, clerked jury trials, and attended regular dockets and sentencing hearings.

Ms. Loth is passionate about the legal field, and the great impact it can have on a person’s life. She looks forward to put her experiences and skills in writing, researching, and advocating to use to achieve client goals and make their lives easier.

While she is a native Wisconsinite, who attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison for her undergraduate degrees in English and Political Science (Go Badgers), she has been proud to call Colorado her home since 2018. When she is not at the office, Ms. Loth enjoys spending time in the colorful Colorado outdoors. When she is inside, she still enjoys traditional Wisconsin pastimes, such as cribbage, and cheering on all of her home-state’s sport teams.

University of Denver, J.D., 2021
– Top grade in Negotiation & Mediation and Employment Law
– Denver Law Review Associate Editor
– Teaching Assistant for Constitutional Law and Civil Procedure
– Student Bar Association Senator
– Mediation Team

University of Wisconsin-Madison, BA, 2014
– Majored in English Literature and Political Science

Big Foot High School, 2010

– Denver Law Review, Symposium Note, published on the online forum,  Spring 2020

– Colorado Women’s Bar Association
– Thompson G. and Lucy Marsh Inn of Court

University of Denver-Sturm College of Law, Guest Lecturer for Alternative Dispute Resolution Course, Spring 2023.