Ms. Greer has been practicing law since 1976. After serving as an assistant attorney general for the State of Colorado, as counsel to the Colorado Bank Commissioner, and the Colorado Savings and Loan Commissioner, as well as serving as an assistant prosecuting attorney in Missouri, she entered private practice in 1987. Since then, she has focused on civil litigation, primarily in the areas of business litigation, employment, and civil rights defense. Her practice includes the defense of corporations and public entities and officials in federal and state trial and appellate courts, as well as before administrative agencies. Her practice also involves advising corporations on electronic discovery, document preservation and retention issues.
Ms. Greer served as a board member of the Center for Legal Inclusiveness and served as the co-chair of the Pipeline Working Group of the Deans’ Diversity Council. Ms. Greer was the Dean of the 2010 Corporate Counsel College of the International Association of Defense Counsel. She has been listed in every edition of Colorado’s Super Lawyers and is recognized in Best Lawyers. She is named a 2021 Best Lawyers® Lawyer for Litigation – Labor and Employment. She is a frequent speaker in Colorado and nationally on employment, risk prevention, and constitutional and civil rights issues. She participated in the Oxford Strategic Leadership Program at the University of Oxford Templeton College in 2002, and was an invited lecturer there in 2003. Ms. Greer is a member of the IADC and served as a member of the IADC Executive Committee from 2001 through 2004 and as a faculty member at the 1998 Defense Counsel Trial Academy. Ms. Greer was elected Emerita Trustee of Randolph College in 2019.