LAW OFFICE OF HALEY WRIGHT 
ATTORNEY     HALEY    B.    WRIGHT

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ATTORNEY PROFILE



HALEY B. WRIGHT
ATTORNEY AT LAW


EDUCATION

Quinnipiac University School of Law; Law; Juris Doctor; 2006


Mount Holyoke College; Bachelor of Arts; cum laude; 2003

Rochester Community and Technical College; A.A. Liberal Arts Studies with Honors; 2000

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WORK EXPERIENCE

Law Office of Haley Huiting/Wright; Attorney at Law; since 2009


Adjunct Professor of Paralegal Studies at Winona State University; 2008–2012


Judicial Law Clerk at Minnesota Judicial Branch; 2006–2009

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MEMBER

Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; since 2014

 Eau Claire Interfaith Hospitality Network/Beacon House Board Member and Volunteer; since 2012


Eau Claire County Bar Association, since 2011

Chippewa County Bar Association, since 2011


State Bar of Wisconsin, since 2009


State Bar of Minnesota, since 2006




ABOUT
ATTORNEY HALEY B. WRIGHT


Haley Wright, formerly Haley Huiting, was born and raised in Rochester, Minnesota. She earned an Associates Degree in Liberal Arts with Honors from Rochester Community and Technical College in Rochester, Minnesota in 2000, before earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree Cum Laude from Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts in 2003. She graduated from Quinnipiac University School of Law in Hamden, Connecticut in 2006.

Following graduation from law school, she relocated to Minnesota and became licensed to practice law in Minnesota in 2006, while at the same time beginning a full-time position as a Judicial Law Clerk for the District Court Judges in Winona, Minnesota. In the Spring of 2008, she became an adjunct professor at Winona State University in the Paralegal Department, where she taught until the Spring of 2012. In 2009, she relocated to Wisconsin, and became licensed to practice law in Wisconsin (as well as Minnesota), and ended her service as a Judicial Law Clerk to open her own private law practice in Buffalo County, Wisconsin. She has since moved her office to Eau Claire, Wisconsin, but continues to practice throughout Western Wisconsin, in the following counties: Barron, Buffalo, Clark, Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin, and Trempealeau counties.

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