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David Hammond, Retired Partner, Davis Graham Stubbs LLP

After specializing in complex civil litigation at both the trial and appellate levels throughout the western United States for 35 years, David Hammond retired from the practice of law in January 2015.  For his entire career, including 30 years as a partner, Davis Graham & Stubbs was his professional home. 

David now devotes more time to his community activities.  He has been a member of the Board of Trustees of the Mile High United Way since 2001.  He has participated in several strategic planning efforts for the United Way, including the decision to move from a model providing for the annual funding of established partners to a competitive request for proposals process.  Three times, he has chaired the Board’s committee that selected winning proposals for multi-year grants.  He led the Board’s task force for two major revisions of the United Way’s bylaws. 

David is also Vice Chairman of the Board of Executives Partnering to Invest in Children (EPIC). For EPIC, David has written several newspaper guest columns, served on the Board’s public policy committee, and participated in the successful effort to extend Colorado's Child Care Contribution Tax Credit, and promoted the collaborative use of the tax credit.  He has been very involved in the development and formation of a new EPIC chapter in Grand Junction.  Most recently, he was asked to join a task force formed by the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce and its partners to develop a plan to increase the availability of affordable, accessible, high quality child care in Larimer County.

In 2017, David joined the Board of the Early Childhood Council Leadership Alliance, which works with Colorado’s local Early Childhood Councils to improve young children’s access to quality services and supports.

 David graduated from Dartmouth College, summa cum laude, and from Harvard Law School.