June 19, 2019

Update: Ann Frick Named to Second Judicial District Court Bench

Governor Bill Ritter has appointed Denver lawyer Ann B. Frick to the Second Judicial District Court bench.

Of Frick’s appointment, Gov. Ritter remarked:

As a longtime leader in Colorado’s legal community, Ann will bring a diverse mix of experiences, skills and knowledge to the bench. Her recent experiences as an arbitrator and a mediator will serve her well as a district court judge, where I know she will treat everyone who appears in her courtroom fairly and respectfully.

Frick succeeds former Judge Larry E. Naves, who retired from the court earlier this month to join a local arbitration and mediation group. She began her legal career in 1978 as an associate with Holme Roberts & Owen, then served in the Denver District Attorney’s Office for several years before returning to private practice with Kelly, Haglund, Garnsey & Kahn. She has been a partner, specializing in business litigation, at Jacobs, Chase, Frick, Kleinkopf & Kelly since 1995.

Frick’s appointment to the Denver District Court is effective immediately.

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