Colleen Candace Marron
- Civil Tax Law 60%
- Criminal Tax Law 40%
Colleen Marron graduated from Penn State Dickinson Law with a Juris Doctor in 2023 and was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar in 2023. She quickly earned a reputation as a skilled advocate, trusted advisor, and fierce defender of clients' rights.
While working for the U.S. Department of Justice, Appellate Taxation Division in Washington D.C., Colleen learned to hone her legal research and writing skills. Colleen’s writing was selected and published in the Dickinson Law Review, the nation’s fifth-oldest legal journal and the first review in the nation that hired a woman editor.
Advocacy and innovation have always been core values for Colleen. As such, volunteer work is also important to Colleen. Colleen participates in the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program to help provide legal assistance to those who cannot afford it. Additionally, she volunteers at DFW Pug Rescue and Habitat for Humanity Restore to help those in the community who desperately need housing.
In her spare time, Colleen’s favorite activities to wind down include athletic pursuits and playing with her beloved pug, Emerson. Whether she’s climbing the Matterhorn, or arguing an exhaustively researched appeal for a client, she brings intelligence, passion, and determination to every endeavor. As an associate attorney at David Coffin PLLC, Colleen is both an asset to the firm and a tireless advocate for her clients.
- Penn State Law, University Park, Pennsylvania
- North Carolina, 2023
- Freeing Females from Toplessness Bans: A Strict Scrutiny Analysis, Dickinson Law Review, 127, 2023
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