Ken Fellman is a partner in the Denver law firm of Kissinger & Fellman, P.C. He has worked with local governments and non-profit entities nationwide in connection with technology, telecommunications, broadband and public safety communications issues for over 30 years.
In addition to his representation of individual local governments, Ken has provided communications and broadband consulting services to state chapters of the NATOA in Colorado, Washington and New Jersey; the Colorado Municipal League; the Association of Washington Cities; the Association of Idaho Cities and the National League of Cities. He currently serves on the FCC’s Intergovernmental Advisory Committee, and previously served as chair of the FCC’s Local and State Government Advisory Committee. A former local elected official, Ken served as Mayor of Arvada, Colorado from 1999 – 2007 and on the Arvada City Council from 1993 – 1999. He has testified on communications matters before the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, and the Colorado General Assembly. For the past 7 years, Ken was named as one of Law & Politics’ Colorado Super Lawyers, a list that represents the top 5 percent of Colorado attorneys.
Ken’s involvement with the University of Colorado includes periodically teaching Telecommunications Law and Policy, past service as a member of the board for the Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program, guest lecturing in classes and serving as a volunteer coach for CU Law’s team in the National Telecommunications Moot Court Competition.
In his spare time, Ken enjoys playing the guitar, and while he has occasionally joined friends and colleagues in public performances, he is often advised to keep his day job.
Ken received his BA from Johns Hopkins University, and his law degree from the University Of Denver. He can be contacted at (303) 320-6100.