Charlotte Granison joined the Children’s Law Center in 2021 representing the best interests of children as a guardian ad litem in civil protection order matters. Before moving to Colorado, she completed a judicial clerkship with Chief Judge Michael K. Newell in the State of Delaware Family Court. During law school, Charlotte worked as a student attorney in the Children’s Rights Clinic, primarily as a guardian ad litem, and in the Civil Rights and Mediation Clinic where she advocated on behalf of unaccompanied youth and worked on education matters. In addition, Charlotte has worked as a legal intern representing clients in immigration matters and working on immigration policy reform.
Washington University in St. Louis School of Law, Juris Doctor – Certificate in Public Interest Law
Hofstra University Bachelor of Arts – Global Studies, Minor in Political Science & Public Relations
Road trips in the family minivan – driving all over the country to spend time with friends and family.