Mary Kominek Linden
is an AV-rated attorney in private practice in Colorado Springs. Mary’s practice consists of representing small businesses and individuals in civil litigation, at both the trial court and appellate levels, and her focus, strength and passion lie in legal writing and analysis. Upon graduating from the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, then passing the California bar exam, Mary took the geographically-natural next-step of accepting employment with a law firm in Colorado Springs. Practicing law in what feels like a very small legal community has provided Mary with the opportunity to interact closely with talented attorneys and judges, and practice in an environment where professionalism and integrity to the ideals of justice, and the judicial process, are regularly discussed and explored. In 2015, Mary was appointed by Governor Hickenlooper to the Judicial Nominating Commission for the Fourth Judicial District. She has been a member and/or pupilage leader in the Ben S. Wendelken Inn of Court for over a decade. Mary is an active member of the Minority Over-Representation Sub-Committee of the Fourth Judicial District Juvenile Best Practices Court Committee, and was President of the El Paso County Women’s Bar Association in 2015-16. Mary is a Colorado native and a proud graduate of Arvada High School and the University of Colorado’s School of Business, in Boulder. For the past 4,500 days, Mary has enjoyed the adventure of practicing law with her husband/law partner at the Linden Law Group, and, most importantly, her three amazing children, ages 18, 17 and 15, keep her focused on the challenges and opportunities we are creating for future generations.