Kayla Jankowski



Kayla was born and raised in Conifer, Colorado. She received bachelor's degrees in philosophy and psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and later returned to the University of Colorado School of Law for her juris doctor. During law school, Kayla worked as a student attorney for Colorado Law's American Indian Law Clinic and served as treasurer of the Native American Law Students Association. She also interned at the U.S. Department of the Interior Office of the Regional Solicitor in Portland, Oregon, and for the Western Mining Action Project in Lyons, Colorado. After graduating from law school in May 2020, Kayla completed a year-long judicial clerkship at the State Superior Court in Palmer, Alaska. She looks forward to serving as a Guardian ad litem and Youth Attorney and advocating for the rights and interests of her young clients.