Emily Hobbs-Wright Elected to Board of Directors of Faculty of Federal Advocates

Denver labor and employment partner Emily Hobbs-Wright has been elected by the Faculty of Federal Advocates (FFA) membership to serve on the Board of Directors for a three-year term. As a member of the Board, Emily will assist with developing strategies and programs to achieve the FFA’s mission and goals. Holland & Hart’s Brian Hoffman, a securities and white collar defense attorney, is ending three years on the FFA Board at the end of December. 

The FFA is an organization of attorneys dedicated to improving the quality of legal practice in the federal courts in Colorado by enhancing advocacy skills, professionalism, and the integrity of practice. They do this by providing continuing legal education classes, mentoring and pro bono opportunities, and other support services to foster and demonstrate commitment to the highest standards of advocacy and professional and ethical conduct. 


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