Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck is pleased to announce Christine Samsel has been named President-Elect of the Faculty of Federal Advocates (FFA) Board, taking on the role of President effective January 1, 2017. In this role, she will chair and serve on several committees.
Samsel, a shareholder who practices in the firm’s Denver and Los Angeles offices and has clients nationwide, is a highly respected labor and employment attorney. She has participated in various FFA events, including presenting training on aspects of federal court litigation and moderating roundtable discussions. Currently she is active on the following committees: 2017 Forum Committee (co-chair); Annual Reception Committee (chair); Nominating Committee (chair); Treasury and Budget Committee; Fellowship Program Committee; Membership Committee; New Lawyers CLE Program; History Project; Trial Advocacy Committee; and Liaison Committee.
Formed in 1997 as a Colorado non-profit corporation, FFA is an organization of attorneys dedicated to improving the quality of legal practice in the state’s federal courts by enhancing advocacy skills, professionalism and the integrity of practice. For more information, visit: www.facultyfederaladvocates.org.