At RBF Law we believe in leveraging the resources in our community to support under-served, under-resourced, and under-represented populations.

In 2017, RBF Law launched a platform for attorneys who do not practice in the public interest space to learn about how they can apply their skills and resources to advocate for social justice. As the first step toward this new direction, RBF Law drew in attorneys and legal professionals from across the state for a presentation by the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) entitled Justice for Immigrants: Overview of policies, laws, and how Colorado lawyers can get involved.

The firm has also created the position of Pro Bono and Community Engagement Associate, filled by Corey Longhurst. Corey is creating partnerships in the community to allow this type of work to continue. To learn more, contact Corey at