Sarah M. Clark (née Mercer), an attorney and policy advisor at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, joined the Denver Bar Association (DBA) Board of Trustees this month.
Clark is a member of Brownstein’s Government Relations Department whose practice consists of helping clients navigate legal, political, and regulatory issues involving local, state, and federal government, as well as providing strategic political and policy advice. She has been an active member of the bar association since graduating from law school, and also serves as one of the DBA’s representatives to the Colorado Bar Association Board of Governors where she sits on the Executive Council. Clark’s new position allows her to contribute directly to the governance and oversight of the DBA’s management and operations. The length of her term is three years.
The Denver Bar Association is the professional body of lawyers for the Denver metro area. The DBA is dedicated to serving both the community and the legal profession through pro bono, educational, and mentoring programs. For more information, see: http://www.denbar.org.