Katharine (Katy) Lum is an associate at Lass Moses Ramp & Cooper, LLC where she brings sharp analytical skills and a comprehensive understanding of Colorado domestic laws and courts to her family law practice. Prior to joining our firm in 2012, Katy served as a judicial law clerk for Justice Gregory Hobbs of the Colorado Supreme Court.
Katy attended the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, where she was a recipient of the Dean’s Fellowship, a merit-based award. As a student initially focused on environmental law, she won the American Jurisprudence Award for her academic performance in Environmental Law and was a member of the board of Ecology Law Quarterly. Katy was also an active participant in Community Legal Outreach, a student group providing free legal services and referrals to vulnerable members of the San Francisco Bay Area community.
Katy has experience in a broad range of family law matters and enjoys representing clients from diverse backgrounds. Katy’s expansive financial expertise encompasses the unique challenges faced by parties of limited means as well as families with multi-million dollar estates. Her practice also includes complex parental responsibilities issues, including those involving substance abuse, domestic violence, and children with medical disabilities. Katy is accomplished at working with expert witnesses across all areas of family law.
Katy is a skilled negotiator, litigator, and appellate advocate. Katy has received extensive trial advocacy training from the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and has achieved positive outcomes for her appellate clients in cases in the Colorado Court of Appeals.
In addition to being an active volunteer for Metro Volunteer Lawyers and the Colorado Lawyers Committee, Katy has served on the CBA Board of Governors. Katy Co-Chairs the 2019 Family Law Basic Skills seminar on behalf of the Family Law Section and is a member of the Young Lawyer Committee of the Family Law Section.
When Katy isn’t working, she can be found hiking in the mountains, hanging off the side of a rock face, or baking treats which our doctors wish she would stop bringing to the office.