Dan Sapienza

Dan Sapienza joined March, Olive & Sapienza, LLC in August, 2019 as a Law Clerk, pending admission to the Colorado Bar. Beginning in May, 2020 as an associate attorney, Dan works with the partners and clients on a variety of matters, focusing on civil litigation, municipal law, and business law.

Education and Licensure

B.A. Colorado State University – Fort Collins, Colorado – Political Science and Sociology, 2003

J.D. George Mason University School of Law – Arlington, Virginia – 2009

Admitted to the Virginia State Bar in December 2009, currently inactive. Admitted to practice before the Colorado State and Federal Courts, May 2020.

Career History

Dan Sapienza uses his varied experience in government, business, and non-profits to offer clients an important perspective on legal matters. After serving as a legislative advisor to a member of the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, Dan then worked as a lobbyist and legislative analyst for private firms and local government entities in Colorado. This work included advocating for policy and legislation on behalf of clients in Washington, in Denver, and at the local level across Northern Colorado. Dan has extensive experience inside municipal, county, and special district government in Colorado, as well as experience navigating local, state, and federal processes on behalf of clients.

In addition to owning and several businesses in Fort Collins, Dan has served on the board of a variety of non-profits, including the Fort Collins Municipal Railway Society, the Fort Collins Musicians Association, and the Northern Colorado AIDS Project. With this experience, he has led trainings for non-profit board members and executives on advocacy and leadership.