Charlotte Veaux, Of-Counsel with Pollart Miller, was born in the small town of McCall, Idaho. She might have grown up to be a great skier if her family had stayed there, but instead she grew up on the eastern plains of Colorado and in Florida. She spent her last year of high school in Spain where she developed an enduring love of tapas and sangria. She attended Vassar College where she was a member of the 3- and 10-meter diving team and the choir.
Charlotte went to law school at the University of Denver. She spent the first 4 years of her legal career representing the Department of Health and Human Services in child abuse cases. She then got her first job in workers' compensation where she has been practicing for the last 15 years. She was licensed in Utah in 2011 and splits her caseload between Colorado and Utah.
When she is not fighting for her clients, Charlotte plays ice hockey on both a co-ed and women's team. At one time she was the proud penalty minute leader of her team, but has mellowed to an occasional cross-checking or roughing call. Charlotte also enjoys the 20+ days a season that she spends skiing. Her favorite run is called Psychopath, which she usually descends by falling down mid-slope and tumbling to the bottom.
Please feel free to contact Charlotte with any Utah, Colorado or hockey questions.