Holland & Hart
FAQ

Holland & Hart has remained true to its core values established by its founders nearly 60 years ago - an unwavering commitment to community and volunteerism. Today, the firm's culture of service and giving back to the communities in which we live and work is stronger than ever.

In 1947, Joe Holland and Steve Hart established a new law firm in Denver to which they brought a strong belief in giving back to the community that had given so much to them. Today Holland & Hart LLP is a firm of more than 400 lawyers in fifteen offices. The firm's commitment to community is stronger than ever.

Throughout the Rocky Mountain West, Holland & Hart attorneys and staff are making a positive impact in their communities through pro bono legal work and volunteerism.

Under the leadership of retired partner Sam Guyton and his wife, Jean, and with the support of firm management, the Holland & Hart Foundation was incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable and educational organization in November 1998.

The Foundation continues to focus on three primary goals:

Recognize and encourage existing individual and group volunteerism

Support additional opportunities for individual, office and firm-wide volunteer projects

Provide educational programs on topics of interest

All of these activities include present and former attorneys, staff and their families.

If you are interested in starting a Community Volunteer Foundation in your business, please contact Bob Connery at rconnery@hollandhart.com.