LAW WEEK COLORADO
David Fine, managing partner of McKenna Long and Aldridge’s Denver office, was named the chair of the board of directors of the Center for Legal Inclusiveness.
In his role as board chair, Fine will spearhead the center’s mission to further advance diversity in the legal profession through education and support of private and public sector legal organizations to create their own culture of inclusion.
Fine has been on the CLI board for several years. He has served in various leadership roles during his tenure, including chairing the strategic planning committee.
Fine focuses on complex matters at the intersection of policy, business and law. He has worked at high levels within government and the private sector. His knowledge of the operation of government and politics allows him to represent business organizations, nonprofits, trade associations and governments involved in complex disputes, transactions and investigations. Fine’s career is distinguished by his ability to resourcefully discover solutions to complex problems.
Prior to joining McKenna Long and Aldridge, Fine served as the city attorney for the city and county of Denver from 2007 to 2011. In that capacity he provided policy and legal advice to the mayor and other city leadership, and served as the final decision-maker on all critical legal decisions facing the city. Among these highlights, Fine managed all legal matters related to the 2008 Democratic National Convention.