Colorado Attorney General Senior Staff
Chief Deputy Attorney General Natalie Hanlon Leh
Natalie Hanlon Leh serves as the Chief Deputy Attorney General for the State of Colorado. Natalie oversees the litigation for the State and the legal counsel to all state executive and judicial agencies. She coordinates legal policy and acts as the intergovernmental liaison on behalf of Attorney General Phil Weiser and the Colorado Department of Law.
Natalie previously worked as the Partner in Charge of the Denver office of WilmerHale, Chair of the Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado, former president of the Colorado Women’s Bar Association, past president of the Faculty of Federal Advocates, and former law clerk to Judge Porfilio on the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Natalie also loves musical theatre and sees too many productions a year to count.
Chief Operating Officer June Taylor
June oversees the management of the Colorado Department of Law, including its administration functions as well as its professional development and community engagement initiatives.
Prior to serving as Chief Operating Officer, June served as the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Personnel & Administration and State Personnel Director, member of the Japanese American Leadership Delegation 2018, former Senior Manager of Culture, Diversity and Equal Opportunity Programs for Lockheed Martin Space, and an attorney with a decade’s experience in the federal government.
Taylor has been in senior leadership for 16 years in three distinct industries. She is a member of the Colorado Asian Pacific American Bar and a 2013 recipient of a Lockheed Full Spectrum Leadership Award. She graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of New Mexico, and earned her JD from the University of Denver College of Law.
Solicitor General Eric Olson
Eric Olson serves as the Solicitor General. Eric previously was a partner at Bartlit Beck, Vice-Chair of the Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado, member of Leadership Denver 2019, and former law clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.
Also, Eric has worked on farms in Kentucky, Texas, New Hampshire, and England and has helped deliver over 2,000 lambs.