By Tony Flesor
LAW WEEK COLORADO
Suzanne Griffiths long ago made a name for herself in the family law world as an attorney at the top of her game, but what set her apart this year were her business decisions that show her firm, Gutterman Griffiths, is committed to supporting young attorneys and prospective attorneys in its long-term plans for the future.
Griffiths, who has three adult children of her own, saw the effects the recession had on young professionals.
“I saw lawyers battling to get jobs,” she said. “I thought we could be different.”
Her own children went on to earn professional degrees — two became lawyers and one is a doctor — and she said they were lucky in that both of their parents were lawyers who could help them through their education.