Wesley B. Tetsworth
Wes is a 2018 graduate of Lewis & Clark Law School, where he earned a Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law. He focused on litigation and trial advocacy, participated in Environmental Moot Court, and received a Best Oral Advocate award. He also founded and directed the popular Student Angling Law Society.
A Virginia native, Wes earned his bachelor’s degree in Politics from Washington & Lee University in the town of Lexington. He then worked for Trout Unlimited on freshwater conservation issues across the country. While at Lewis & Clark Law School he worked for Advocates for the West, participated in the Earthrise Legal Clinic, and worked for Greenspoon Marder LLP.
Outside the office, Wes enjoys fly fishing, live music, and exploring his beautiful Hood River home.