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BWJ LLP welcomes new Associate, Ellen Duffy

Blankenau Wilmoth Jarecke LLP welcomes Ellen Duffy as an associate attorney. She received a B.A. in Environmental Studies from the University of Kansas in 2011. Duffy then matriculated to the University of Nebraska as a dual J.D./M.S. student, completing both J.D. and M.S. in Natural Resource Sciences in 2014. “We believe Ellen’s multidisciplinary background, combining both law and environmental science, makes her particularly well suited to service the complex and ever evolving needs of our unique client base,” noted Tom Wilmoth, a partner in the growing firm. Prior to graduation, Duffy worked as a law clerk for Blankenau Wilmoth Jarecke LLP, during which time she developed an understanding of the firm’s primary practice areas of water law and public power.

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