Shaun Gloude
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Shaun Gloude

Associate Attorney

Shaun Gloude
303-320-0509 – phone
303-320-0210 – fax



After an extended break from the practice of law to raise her daughter, Shaun decided to re-enter the legal world and joined SGR, LLC, in February 2024.

Shaun always knew she would return to the practice of law because of a true love and belief in the legal system.   The legal system does not always provide immediate results and gratification, but long-term, justice seems to prevail (one way or another).


Practice Areas


Prior to joining SGR, LLC Shaun’s focus was on corporate law with an emphasis in the area of securities law.  She has experience with arbitration and litigation defense with both the NASD and the SEC.   During a seven year stint as in-house counsel for a recruiting firm, her practice expanded to include all employment related matters, unemployment and worker’s compensation claims.

She is currently paired with one of the firm’s Special Counsel to help successfully represent individuals in family matters including closely held business and family partnership succession planning, real estate transactions, probate administration, conservatorships, guardianships, advising non-profits and trust and estate litigation, general civil litigation and any dispute involving a dissolution of marriage or child custody matters.


Law School


University of Denver – Sturm College of Law


Undergraduate Education


Dual Degrees from the University of Denver – Public Policy and Political Science


Career Highlights


Endorsed as an Expert Witness in District Court in the area of Equine Evaluations





University of Denver Law Review – Article selected for publication

Too Much Protection with Too Little Support:  A Look at the Eleventh Amendment in Light of Garcia v. Board of Education


Professional Organizations


Colorado Bar Association




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