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1/28/2016

Marcy Glenn Receives Colorado Bar Association's Don Sears Award

Holland & Hart’s Marcy Glenn recently received the Colorado Bar Association’s Don Sears Award, which recognizes outstanding commitment to the ethics of the legal profession. This recognition is awarded periodically to the "CBA member who has given tirelessly to ethical enhancement of the legal profession in Colorado."

Glenn has been a member of the CBA Ethics Committee for 22 years and chaired that committee during 1999-2000. She is a former member and chair of the Committee on Attorney Conduct of the United States District Court for the District of Colorado. From 1993 through 2001, she chaired Holland & Hart's Ethics and Conflicts Committee, on which she continues to serve. Since 2003, she has chaired the Colorado Supreme Court’s Standing Committee on the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct.

In her legal practice, Glenn focuses on legal ethics, appellate litigation and motions practice, and issues analysis at the trial level. Recognized as a leading appellate lawyer in Colorado and the Tenth Circuit, she regularly represents clients throughout the United States, including in the United States Supreme Court, the federal courts of appeals, and a number of state appellate courts. Her appellate practice covers a broad variety of substantive areas. Glenn also counsels lawyers and law firms on the law of lawyering, including legal ethics, and serves as an expert witness on those issues. Glenn is the former leader of Holland & Hart's Appellate Practice Group and is the current chair of the firm's Partnership Admission Committee.

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