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Post, Cheryl

Former District Court Judge Cheryl Post joined the professional staff of arbiters at JAG in 2009, after serving more than fifteen years on Colorado’s 18th Judicial District Court (Arapahoe County).

During her time on the District bench, she served as Presiding Judge of the Domestic Relations Divisions and more recently as Presiding Judge of the Diversified Divisions (Civil and Criminal). As a judge, Post was widely recognized for her willingness to try cases, her professionalism, judicial skills and legal knowledge. Post has received extensive training in mediation and dispute resolution. In 1993 she completed the mediation training in domestic relations given by the Center for Dispute Resolution in Boulder. The same year she attended training in dispute resolution given by the American Arbitration Association. In 2007 and 2008 she attended the National Judicial College Dispute Resolution Skills and Civil Mediation training.

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Judicial Service

District Court Judge, 18th Judicial District, Colorado 1993-2009


J.D. – University of Denver College of Law,
Order of St. Ives
M.Ed Counseling – University of Colorado at Denver
B.A. – Colorado State University


Phone: 303-572-1919
Career Highlights
  • Distinguished Jurist Award, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (2001)
  • Judicial Excellence Award, Colorado Judicial Institute (2004)
  • Judicial Honor Award, Colorado Women’s Bar Association (2003, 2008)
Community and Professional Activities
  • Minori Yasui Inn of Court (Founding Member and past President)
  • University of Denver Law School Alumni Council
  • Past Board Member, Arapahoe County Bar Association
  • Colorado Women’s Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association
Fun Facts
  • Big College Football fan
  • Enjoys traveling
  • Loves music and dancing
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