Emily S. McArthur, Esq.
Emily McArthur opened McArthur Law Firm, LLC, formerly Ossmann Law Office, in 2006, and focuses solely on assisted reproductive technology law, adoption and estate planning.
Emily received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2004, where she was admitted to the prestigious 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Clinic. She also participated as a student lawyer in the Student Law Office and the Student Justice Action Group.
Emily holds a B.A. in Fine Arts from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she graduated with honors, and a Master of Art and Art History from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
B.A. in Fine Arts
University of Colorado at Boulder
Master of Art and Art History
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
University of Denver Sturm College of Law 2004
American Bar Association/ART section
Colorado Bar Association
First Judicial Bar Association
American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), Legal Professionals Group
American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorneys (AAARTA), Fellow
Seminars and Volunteer Contributions
Chair, AAARTA Mid-Year Conference, September 2017, Anaheim, CA
Membership Committee, AAARTA
“The Changing Legal Landscape: The Parentage Order Process, Required Documentation, Cross-Border Surrogacy,” AAARTA Mid-Year Conference, September 2017
” Surrogate Rights: A View from the Other Side,” AAARTA Annual Conference, May 2016
Jazzmine began her legal career in 2008, working for a Fortune 500 company in their Legal Department. Following that, she moved on to work for two smaller litigation firms in the areas of personal injury and construction defect. Although she found litigation to be interesting, she ultimately wanted to work in an area of law for which she was truly passionate.
After 29 years of living in California, Jazzmine decided that it was time for a change. In hopes of finding a better work/life balance, she and her family relocated to Colorado. In 2018, she began working at McArthur Law Firm, LLC. She is ecstatic about the opportunity to work in the field of Assisted Reproductive Technology Law, an area for which she has a true passion. As family is of paramount importance to her, Jazzmine enjoys helping individuals and couples obtain their dreams of forming a family.
In addition to her regular workload, she is also an advocate for LGBTQ rights, works with at-risk youth, and is an active member of POW (Protect Our Winters), a non-profit organization that focuses on how climate change is affecting our winter sports.
Outside of work, she enjoys mountain biking, rock climbing, snowboarding, and cooking. She currently resides in Evergreen, Colorado with her wife, daughter, and four-legged family member.
Colorado LGBT Bar Association