July 17, 2019

Daniel R. McCune to Serve as Next President of Denver Bar Association

Dan McCune headshots, CBA. Photo by Jamie CottenDaniel R. McCune will start his one-year term as president of the Denver Bar Association on July 1, representing the association’s 9,354 members.

McCune will focus on providing relevant services to members to help them in their day-to-day law practice and will emphasize health and wellness of attorneys, offering yoga and other health-related benefits to members. He will tweet under the handle @dbapresident.

“It’s important for our members to know that the bar association offers a number of resources that should make the bar association an integral part of their practice,” McCune said. “It’s important that we think outside the box and continue to provide services that will best equip lawyers for the future of legal practice.”

McCune is a shareholder with Kennedy Childs, focusing his practice on complex civil litigation, professional malpractice claims and contentious employment disputes. McCune has been involved with the Federation of Defense and Corporate Council, DRI and the Colorado Defense Lawyers Association, serving as its president from 2000 to 2001. He chaired the Colorado Bar Association’s Economic Task Force, which worked to alleviate the impact of the Great Recession on attorneys, and most recently chaired the Colorado and Denver Bar Associations’ Joint Judicial Task Force, which aims to protect and promote Colorado’s fair and impartial courts.

After graduating from the University of Kansas School of Law, McCune joined the Judge Advocate General Corps, where he worked as a prosecutor. He lives in Golden with his partner Lorraine DAversa and has two daughters—Katie, 25, and Mollie, 18.

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