Lucy Hojo DensonAssociate Attorney
Lucy Hojo Denson is a native of Southern California. Lucy graduated from Chapman College in 1975, received her Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver in 1979, and received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver in 1988.
Lucy has been with Hinds and Hinds Family Law since 1994. Her extensive experience in the field of family law is demonstrated by her keen perception on complex financial matters and compassionate outlook related to child custody issues. With a Masters Degree in Social Work, Lucy has a special understanding of the dynamics of families and high conflict situations. She represents clients with the perfect balance of strength and sensitivity. Lucy’s client representation and legal skills are reflected in her well-respected reputation in the Denver legal community.
Lucy is incredibly well respected among her peers and clients. She has served as president of both the Colorado Women's Bar Association and the Asian American Bar Association. She has been recognized many times for her services to the community including most recently in September of 2016 by the Women's Bar Association.
Paralegal: Tamara Hanna - THanna@RTHinds.com
- University of Denver Sturm College of Law - Juris Doctor
- University of Denver - Master of Social Work
- Chapman College - Bachelor of Arts
Awards & Distinctions
CWBA Foundation Raising the Bar Award
2016 for maintaining a significant and sustained commitment to pro bono services
Donald W. Hoagland Award
2002 presented by Colorado Bar Association for representation of low income persons
Charles B. Dillon Award
2003 presented by Arapahoe County Bar Association for outstanding public service
Colorado Woman’s Bar Association
Asian American Bar Association
- Colorado Bar Association
- Arapahoe County Bar Association
- Metropolitan Denver Interdisciplinary Committee on Child Custody
Appointed in 2012 by the Colorado Supreme Court
Pursuant to Rule 251.17 as part of a pool of Hearing Board Members who hear attorney disciplinary cases
- Minoru Yasui Inn of Court