Mary Enstrom received her Juris Doctorate from Liberty University School of Law and was admitted to the Colorado Bar in October 2011.
Mary received her Bachelor of Arts degree from North Greenville University where she majored in Mass Communications, Print Media, and was Features Editor of the NGU newspaper for two years. As an intern with the Office of the Commonwealth in Lynchburg, Virginia, Mary received hands on experience in prosecution and in criminal law.
She spent the 2011 Legislative session at the State Capitol in the House Majority Office in Denver, Colorado as a Legislative Legal Assistant. She worked as an intern for Mastin, Hoffman and Cruz L.L.C. and gained experience in Tax Resolution Law, Immigration Law and Corporate Law.
Since January 2012, Mary has specialized in all areas of Family Law. Mary has experience writing petitions and complex motions in all areas of Family Law. Although she has extensive experience in courtroom litigation, she prides herself on the ability to reach fair stipulated agreements between parties through mediation.
She currently serves as a Child and Family Investigator throughout Colorado and as Respondent Parent Counsel for Boulder County. She also volunteers with the Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center as a Guardian Ad Litem.
Mary spent time overseas in Honduras, Thailand, Russia, Mexico and Guatemala as a volunteer working with orphans and organizations that fight human trafficking.
She was a panel speaker at Liberty University’s 2011 “The Awakening” concerning human trafficking. She addressed North Greenville University on human trafficking abroad and within the United States.