Attorney and Counselor at Law
Peter Edward Muccio was born in Massachusetts and was raised in Michigan. He is a graduate of Alma College in Michigan, where he carried a double major in economics and political science. During college, Pete was actively involved in student government and athletics. He also participated in the Model United Nations program and was on the World Champion team four years running. As an undergraduate, he held various student government offices, captained the cross-country and track teams, and was a DJ on a commercial radio station. Additionally, he served as General Manager one year at WQAC, the local college radio station.
Pete received his law degree from the University of Denver where he simultaneously earned a Masters of Law in Taxation from DU and the Daniels School of Business. While in law school, he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Transportation Law Journal and clerked for a local criminal attorney. He is lead attorney in the Firm’s HOA practice and frequently does educational training for our HOA clients as well as representing TS with the CAI (Colorado Association Institute). Peter also serves as the Firm’s representative with NARPM (National Association of Residential Property). Pete’s diversity of talent and eclectic interests were evident from an early age. He competed in Model Rocketry competitions and won several awards at the National Association of Rocketry National Championships. He also earned a black belt in tae kwon do, played the piano and drums, and was involved in theatrical productions. But the direction of his future career began to be self-evident when he became involved with student government, debate, and theater in high school and college in Michigan. His love of athletics began at the age of 4 when he started running competitively, continuing through high school, college and graduate school and remains an important part of his lifestyle even today. In addition to running, Pete is an avid hockey fan, enthusiastic skier, golfer, and hiker and occasionally has been known to indulge in the less active and sedentary competition of poker.