The CAMP Difference
CAMP is a program of the Colorado Supreme Court designed to provide mentors, peer support, and professional development resources to new and transitioning lawyers throughout the state.CAMP promotes professional pride and identity in the legal profession; promotes the pursuit of excellence in service to clients; and promotes strong relationships between the bar, courts, clients, law schools and the public, through the teaching of the core values and ideals of the legal profession.
Community. Professionalism. Competency.
We believe that education and mentorship reinforce each other and that the best attorney mentoring programs bring innovative coaching and relevant instruction together. CAMP distinguishes itself with its unique mentoring curriculum and the close working relationships between mentors and mentees. Innovative training that recognizes the value of lawyer-centered learning at all levels (new, mid-level, and veteran) is fundamental to CAMP’s distinction.CAMP generates meaningful and relevant mentoring relationships which in turn create better Colorado lawyers. An emphasis is placed on the one-on-one professional relationship between the seasoned lawyer and the mentee because this is one of the soundest ways to pass on the values, ideals, and best practices of the profession. Learn more
J. Ryann Peyton
Ryann serves as Director of CAMP.A former litigator and a seasoned consultant and advocate on professionalism, diversity, and inclusivity in the legal field, Ryann is a frequent commentator, presenter, and lecturer. Ryann earned her law degree from the University of St. Thomas School of Law and holds an LLM and undergraduate degree from the University of Denver. Learn More