Holland & Hart is proud to announce that Denver attorneys Abby Briggerman, Rachel Carnaggio, Kimberly Brunelle Willis, and Jessica Schmidt have been selected for the 2020 Colorado General Counsel Mentor Program.
The Program is designed with the intent of developing and strengthening relationships between talented law firm attorneys with diverse experiences and Colorado’s senior in-house legal community. Mentees will have direct access to General Counsel and senior in-house lawyers throughout the Denver Metro Area, who voluntarily participate in the Program, with the goal of helping attorneys successfully grow their practice and expand their mutual networks. The Program will also give participants insights on how to effectively build and manage client relationships, sell legal services, and develop relationships with chief legal officers.
The 2020 Colorado General Counsel Mentor Program consists of one-on-one meetings, monthly webinars on various topics featuring a panel of participating General Counsel, and in-person sessions designed to improve the participants client management, business development and networking skills.
Partner Abby Briggerman counsels industrial consumers and independent power producers through a broad array of matters before state public utility commissions and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Rachel Carnaggio, of counsel in the firm’s Intellectual Property practice, has dual experience as a molecular and cellular biologist and IP attorney bringing unique value to her clients in the biotechnology and medical device industries.
Kimberly Brunelle Willis, of counsel in the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice, provides sophisticated counsel to local and multinational entities and individuals in complex civil litigation and enforcement proceedings and advises clients in internal investigations and corporate compliance matters.
Partner Jessica Schmidt handles complex litigation for oil and gas companies and refineries ranging from disputes involving contracts, property damage, lease and right of way issues, pipelines, oil and gas probate, royalty, to Indian law issues.