Who We Are

Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program
Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center
1300 Broadway, Suite 230
Denver, Colorado 80203

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John T. Baker
J.D., University of Denver College of Law

Director
T:(303) 457-5202
F: (303) 501-1143

John spent 33 years as a trial attorney, concentrating his legal practice in products liability litigation, representing individuals that have been injured by defective pharmaceutical products and vehicles. John was listed as a Colorado Super Lawyer from 2007 to 2011. John retired from trial practice in 2010 to work as President and Executive Director of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (“NITA”) for three years. On February 5, 2013 John was appointed by the Colorado Supreme Court Advisory Committee as the first director of the Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program (“CAMP”). John has the responsibility of establishing a state-wide young lawyer mentoring in each of the 22 judicial districts in Colorado. For forty years John has been active in promoting professionalism and served as President of the Denver Bar Association in 2009. John is married and has three children and four grandchildren, who have involved him over the years in coaching youth soccer, basketball and baseball.

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Lauren A. Eisenbach
B.A. Political Science

Administrative Assistant
T: (303) 457-5139
F: (303) 501-1143

Lauren received a bachelor’s degree from Metropolitan State College in Political Science with plans to attend law school. After a slight detour and a Graduate program at the University of Edinburgh, Lauren was hired on at the Colorado Bar Association where she worked for 3 years in the Law Practice and Risk Management Department. She was able to learn her way around many aspects of the legal profession including helping attorneys start their own practice, legal research, and paralegal practices. While at the Bar, Lauren worked closely with John Baker on the Modest Means Task Force developing a guide to help attorneys take on moderate income clients. In June 2013, following the launch of the Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program, Lauren was brought on as the Administrative Assistant to aid Director John Baker in getting the program up and running.

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