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Frederic King Conover

Frederic King Conover, American Lawyer ( law: pract. & administration)General practiceCivil litigation, stateCorporate, generallawyer. Served to Lieutenant United States Navy, 1955-1959.; Fellow American College Trial Lawyers, American BarFound., Colorado Bar Foundation; member American Bar Association, Denver Bar Association (president 1983-1984), Colorado Bar Association (president 1990-1991), Law.


Conover, Frederic King was born on June 4, 1933 in Portchester, New York, United States. Son of Julian D. and Josephine T. Conover.


Amherst College (Bachelor of Arts, 1955). University of Michigan (Juris Doctor, 1961).


Worked at Faegre & Benson LLP (Minneapolis, Minnesota) specializing in General Practice. Admitted to the bar, 1962, Colorado. President, Denver Bar Association, 1983-1984.

President, Colorado Bar Association, 1990-1991. Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers. Founded in Minneapolis in 1886, Faegre & Benson is one of the 100 largest law firms in the United States.

The Firm consists of 291 lawyers practicing in virtually all areas of law from offices located in Minneapolis, Denver, Des Moines, London, Frankfurt and Almaty. The Firm represents both businesses and individuals. For many years, the Firm has regularly represented many of the leading commercial, financial, service and industrial companies in the Upper Midwest of the United States, including the region's largest merchant, its largest bank and several of its largest hospitals.

We also represent Fortune 500 companies internationally and in the United States in particular practice areas.


Member Hope for Generations Fund Denver Foundation. Member of Denver Bar Association (president 1983-1984), American Bar Association, Colorado Bar Foundation, American Bar Foundation, Colorado History Society, Denver Partnership, Lawyers Alliance World Security (board director), Center Public Resources (member panel of distingl. neutrals), National Center Preventive Law (board governor, trustee), Denver Regional Council Government (chairman citizens advisory committee), Legal Aid Society (director), Mount Airy Psychiatric Center (trustee), Generations of Hope Fundst. Society (founder, board director, board director), The Denver Foundation, Colorado Bar Association (president 1990-1991), Denver Tennis Club, City Club of Denver (director), Law Club (vice president).


Married Kathryn B. Conover, December 21, 1955.; married second, Jacquelyn Wonder, August 24, 1979. Children: Frederic, Elizabeth, Pamela, Margaret.