Judicial Arbitrator Group, Inc.
The Honorable Angela R. Arkin is a 1983 graduate of Emory Law School, and is licensed in Colorado, Georgia and the District of Columbia. In August 2000, after practicing civil, criminal, and family law in Georgia and Colorado for over seventeen years, Judge Arkin was hired as a District Court Magistrate in Arapahoe County. She was then appointed to a District Court Judgeship in July, 2002, and served in Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln Counties until January, 2016. In October 2015, Judge Arkin was chosen as the District Court Judge Honoree for the Colorado Judicial Institute Judicial Excellence Award, and received many other awards and recognition for her service to the Colorado bench, bar, and Colorado families. Judge Arkin retired from the District Court bench in 2016, and created The Self-Represented Resource Center™ (SRRC), at The Harris Law Firm, to provide unbundled legal services to self-represented litigants. In May of 2017, Judge Arkin joined the Judicial Arbiter Group, Inc. (JAG), where her current practice includes mediation, arbitration, med/arb, special master and appointed judge services in domestic relations, civil, and probate cases.
In October 2017, Judge Al Harrell and Judge Arkin created the “Symposium on Race,” an ongoing monthly forum for discussion of race issues (symposiumonracedenver.com). Judge Arkin is a member of the Colorado Chapter of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, is a Co-Editor, Author and Reviser of the CBA Bench Bar Book on Domestic Relations, serves on the Colorado Child Support Commission, is on the Douglas County Domestic Relations Best Practices Team, volunteers as a mediator at the Douglas County District Court, and is President of the Colorado Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, amongst other professional activities.