Becca (Reiman) Smith provides legal counsel to help construction and real estate stakeholders complete projects, mitigate risk and advance their business goals. Her clerkship at the Colorado Supreme Court provides her with a comprehensive foundation to tackle complex legal issues on behalf of clients.

In addition to Becca’s deep commitment to client service, she is dedicated to public interest work. To that end, she has worked with various organizations, including the International Refugee Assistance Program and the Anti-Defamation League.

Prior Experience

Before entering the legal profession, Becca spent eight years as an elementary school teacher and administrator in low-income public schools both in the Bronx, NY (as a Teach for America corps member) and in Denver Public Schools.

Becca served a one-year clerkship in the chambers of Colorado Supreme Court Justice Carlos A. Samour, Jr., working on a variety of legal issues before the Court.

Personal Interests

Outside of work, Becca enjoys fixing up her 90-year-old house, cooking, reading classic novels and travel.


Bar Admissions


Court Admissions

Colorado Supreme Court


Emory University School of Law
J.D. with high honors, Order of the Coif, Emory Law Journal (notes and comments editor) (2018)

Bank Street College of Education
M.S. in Early Childhood Education (2010)

Brandeis University
B.A. in History and International & Global Studies, cum laude, with honors (2007)

Leadership & Community

Civic Activities

  • International Refugee Assistance Program, Case Worker (2017–18)


  • Faegre Drinker — Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2020
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