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Christine M. Arguello

Board of Education

Colorado Springs School District 11

HQ Phone:  (719) 520-2000

Email: c***@***.org

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Colorado Springs School District 11

1115 N. El Paso Street

Colorado Springs, Colorado,80903

United States

Company Description

The Production Printing Department at Colorado Springs School District 11 was originally established in 1957 with a staff of two. Today, a team of nineteen full-time professionals throughout six locations provides a variety of products and services to District...more

Background Information

Employment History

Colorado Women's Hall of Fame


District Judge

NeoMedia Technologies Inc


Vice Chair

The Legal Blog


Law Partner

Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP


Deputy Attorney General

Colorado Attorney General


Law Professor

University of Kansas


Affiliations

Center for Legal Inclusiveness

Board Member


Colorado Women's Bar Association

Board Member


The Latina Chamber Foundation

Board Member


Pikes Peak Legal Services

Board Member


KU Law School/Lawrence High School Partnership

Founder


Hispanic Network of KU

Co-Founder


Center for Legal Inclusivenes

Board Member


Student Directory Information Committee

Founder


Education

B.S. degree

University of Colorado


bachelor's degree

elementary education

CU-Boulder


law degree

Harvard Law School


teaching degree

University of Colorado at Boulder


Web References(198 Total References)


www.cogreatwomen.org

Christine Marie Arguello
Christine Marie Arguello Christine Marie Arguello Christine Marie Arguello Place of Birth In 2008, Christine Marie Arguello became the first Hispanic United States District Court Judge for the District of Colorado, attaining with that appointment another of the historic firsts that mark her distinguished legal career. She was the first Latina from Colorado to be admitted to Harvard University School of Law. She was the first Hispanic to be promoted to partner at one of the then "big four" law firms in Colorado and the first Latina to be tenured and promoted to full professor at University of Kansas School of Law. Arguello is respected for her expertise in the Federal Rules of Evidence and is the co-author of a leading casebook on evidence, Evidence: The Objection Method. In 2000, Arguello became the first Hispanic Chief Deputy Attorney General for Colorado. Her service as Senior Managing Counsel at University of Colorado Boulder, her undergraduate alma mater, was interrupted by her appointment to the United States District Court bench, where she works hard to meet the Court's mission of serving the public by providing a fair and impartial forum that ensures equal access to justice in accordance with the rule of law, protects rights and liberties of all persons, and resolves cases in a timely and efficient manner. Born in rural Colorado to a large and very poor family, and steeped in a culture where women had subservient positions, Arguello decided at a very young age that education would be the key to breaking those cultural norms. While managing her legal career and her family with her supportive husband and children, Arguello also stresses the importance of giving back to the community. At the young age of 32 she was the first Latina elected to the Board of Education for Colorado Springs School District 11 and served on the boards of Pikes Peak Legal Services and Pikes Peak United Way and the advisory council of SER Employment for Older Americans. She has held leadership positions on both the Colorado Hispanic and Colorado Women's Bar Associations. Her passion, however, is mentoring students and young adults at all levels. At KU she founded the KU Law School/Lawrence High School Partnership program and was a co-founder of the Hispanic Network of KU. She has mentored numerous high school, college, law school students, and young lawyers, both informally and through programs like the Circle of Latina Leadership Program. She leads the "Arguello Dream Team," a group of lawyers who travel across Colorado to speak to students and parents about the importance of education and encourage them to "Dare to Dream Big!


www.cogreatwomen.org [cached]

Christine Marie Arguello
Christine Marie Arguello Born in rural Colorado to a large and very poor family, and steeped in a culture where women had subservient positions, Arguello decided at a very young age that education would be the key to breaking those cultural norms. While managing her legal career and her family with her supportive husband and children, Arguello also stresses the importance of giving back to the community. At the young age of 32 she was the first Latina elected to the Board of Education for Colorado Springs School District 11 and served on the boards of Pikes Peak Legal Services and Pikes Peak United Way and the advisory council of SER Employment for Older Americans. She has held leadership positions on both the Colorado Hispanic and Colorado Women's Bar Associations. Her passion, however, is mentoring students and young adults at all levels. At KU she founded the KU Law School/Lawrence High School Partnership program and was a co-founder of the Hispanic Network of KU. She has mentored numerous high school, college, law school students, and young lawyers, both informally and through programs like the Circle of Latina Leadership Program. She leads the "Arguello Dream Team," a group of lawyers who travel across Colorado to speak to students and parents about the importance of education and encourage them to "Dare to Dream Big!


www.cogreatwomen.org

Christine Marie Arguello
Christine Marie Arguello In 2008, Christine Marie Arguello became the first Hispanic United States District Court Judge for the District of Colorado, attaining with that appointment another of the historic firsts that mark her distinguished legal career. She was the first Latina from Colorado to be admitted to Harvard University School of Law. She was the first Hispanic to be promoted to partner at one of the then "big four" law firms in Colorado and the first Latina to be tenured and promoted to full professor at University of Kansas School of Law. Arguello is respected for her expertise in the Federal Rules of Evidence and is the co-author of a leading casebook on evidence, Evidence: The Objection Method. In 2000, Arguello became the first Hispanic Chief Deputy Attorney General for Colorado. Her service as Senior Managing Counsel at University of Colorado Boulder, her undergraduate alma mater, was interrupted by her appointment to the United States District Court bench, where she works hard to meet the Court's mission of serving the public by providing a fair and impartial forum that ensures equal access to justice in accordance with the rule of law, protects rights and liberties of all persons, and resolves cases in a timely and efficient manner. Born in rural Colorado to a large and very poor family, and steeped in a culture where women had subservient positions, Arguello decided at a very young age that education would be the key to breaking those cultural norms. While managing her legal career and her family with her supportive husband and children, Arguello also stresses the importance of giving back to the community. At the young age of 32 she was the first Latina elected to the Board of Education for Colorado Springs School District 11 and served on the boards of Pikes Peak Legal Services and Pikes Peak United Way and the advisory council of SER Employment for Older Americans. She has held leadership positions on both the Colorado Hispanic and Colorado Women's Bar Associations. Her passion, however, is mentoring students and young adults at all levels. At KU she founded the KU Law School/Lawrence High School Partnership program and was a co-founder of the Hispanic Network of KU. She has mentored numerous high school, college, law school students, and young lawyers, both informally and through programs like the Circle of Latina Leadership Program. She leads the "Arguello Dream Team," a group of lawyers who travel across Colorado to speak to students and parents about the importance of education and encourage them to "Dare to Dream Big!


lavozcolorado.com

Christine Arguello - was named the first Hispanic United States District Court Judge for the District of Colorado in 2008.
She was also the first Hispanic to be promoted to partner at one of the then "big four" law firms in Colorado and the first Latina to be tenured and promoted to full professor at University of Kansas School of Law. She was the first Latina elected to the Board of Education for Colorado Springs School District 11. Her passion is mentoring students and young adults at all levels, both informally and through programs like the Circle of Latina Leadership Program. Inducted 2014. Eppie Archuleta - A weaver who is globally recognized for preserving Spanish colonial and Chimayo Indian style rugs, tapestries and serapes. Employing techniques that have been in her family since the mid-1600s, she honors an ancient folk art that uses wood-fire heating, bark, weeds and herbs for dyeing and spinning the yarn into exquisite products and artwork. Inducted 1997.


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The Honorable Christine M. Arguello, US District Court Judge
The Honorable Christine M. Arguello is a federal judge on the US District Court for the District of Colorado. She previously practiced at Valdes-Fauli, Cobb & Petry and Holland & Hart. She was a professor at University of Kansas School of Law. She later worked for the Colorado Attorney General`s office, then joined Davis, Graham & Stubbs. She was also a visiting professor at University of Denver`s Sturm College of Law.


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