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U.S. District Court of Wyoming
University of South Dakota School of Law, Vermillion, SD
Juris Doctor, May 2001
Black Hills State University, Spearfish, SD
Bachelor's of Science, December 1996
The Law Office Of Christina L. Williams, Owner, (2012-Present)
Preuit and Williams P.C, Partner (2007-2012)
Campbell County, Wyoming, Deputy County Attorney (2005-2007)
Rapid City, South Dakota, Deputy States Attorney (2004)
The Blount Law Firm, Attorney (2003)
Fourth Judicial Circuit, Deadwood SD, Law Clerk (2001-2002)
University of South Dakota, Graduate Assistant to Professor David S. Day (2000)
Barker Wilson Reynolds & Burke, Legal Intern (2000)
Brady Pluimer, LLC, Legal Intern (1999)
Professional Associations & Memberships
Wyoming State Bar Association (2006-Present)
While in law school, Ed was a member of the MC Law Moot Court Board, Law Student Bar Association, Phi Alpha Delta Honors Program, American Association for Justice, and the Mississippi Association for Justice. As a member of the 2016 ABA Arbitration moot court competition team, Ed won first place in the National Championship. He was also a finalist in the...
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